Asus has a new custom graphics card called the Cerberus GTX 1070 Ti. Prior to this, the Taiwanese manufacturer had unveiled its other custom GTX 1070 Ti offerings a few weeks ago (you can read more on that here). According to Asus, the Cerberus GTX 1070 Ti is built with durability in mind – which is why it is aimed towards internet cafes.
When it comes to design, the Asus Cerberus GTX 1070 Ti features an all black cooler shroud, which houses two 80mm open-air cooling fans. Since this is indeed a “premium” graphics card, it is bestowed with a full-length metallic backplate as well. It’s worth keeping in mind that the cooling solution on this graphics card is at least 2.5-slot thick.
Performance-wise, as most of our dear readers may have already known, custom GTX 1070 Ti graphics cards do not come with factory overclocked clock speeds. This is due to restrictions imposed by Nvidia. Because of this, the Asus Cerberus GTX 1070 Ti will ship with standard clock speeds of 1607MHz (base) and 1683MHz (boost). These frequency speeds can be overclocked using Asus’ tweaking utility, of course.
Other specifications of the Asus Cerberus GTX 1070 Ti include two HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 ports each, along with one DVI port. Unfortunately, local pricing and date of availability was not mentioned by Asus at the time of writing.