the difference is marginal, unless you're rich as f
$$ imagine the price in brazil, you can buy a car
wait for reviews + polaris 10
You either buy 1070 or wait for new amd technology or wait for 1080ti
wait for everyone to sell their 970s to get 1070, grab 2 and go sli, as long as you stay 1080p you should be fine for a couple of years
you dont really need the 1080 but it got a cool name
1080 unless youre a poor mofo
there's no such thing as 1070p monitors your going to get scammed
just wait untill they can be used for real
For csgo 1070 is more than enough as its a bit better than a titan
The name 1080TI itself makes me cream my pants
Wait for AMD to release their cards and wait for actual benchmarks. Remember how NVIDIA advertised the 970 and made it much weaker with 3.5gb vram? NVIDIA building hype with worda
It depends of your purpose, for most games the 1070 is more that enough, but if you want to, lets say try a VR, than get the 1080.
No much difference in price. I'm going for two 1080
I will get the 1070. it's enough.
Wait for 1080ti kek or no wait for 1180ti
i got a 980 ti already, so no need to upgrade.
1070 is going to have 7 GB of VRAM so you should buy the 1080 instead
I bought 1070 SLI but well it will handle every game anyway
I would stick with an 1080 if you have a decent budget ofc
wait 3 month for the gtx 1080ti
all these retards with 1080p monitor talking about buying a gtx 1080 roflllll
Don't buy either unless you are going to play 1440p 144hz or 4k. 970 is so sick for 1080p like everyone here has.
Even 770 is overkill for CsGo it's not a GPU intensive game
I mean, 1080 is you can afford it. If you are looking for a budget GPU just go for the 1070, it's still powerful for the future. Best of luck.
I currently have the 970, but I will propably get the 1080. Or possibly go for a cheap 970 sli for 6 months and then buy 1080 TI at 2017 Q1. A good rule of thumb is to never buy anything made by AMD. Their CPUs are not made for gaming, and their gpus dont compete with Nvidia. Buying amd is just waste of money. Unless you are building a really cheap computer for only crappy games and you dont care about frames per second.
Really depends on what you play and on what resolution.