The card and its massive heatsink take up roughly two and a half slots, but its I/O bracket will take up a full three slots on your rig. The GTX 1070 Ti FTW Ultra Silent makes use of EVGA's ACX 3.0 cooling system, which allows for superior performance with regards to heat removal, while allowing the fans to spin at the bare minimum to keep noise levels down (while also preventing your GPU from roasting to death). On the other hand, the "overbuilt" cooling system should leave you plenty of headroom when it comes to overclocking the card.
Speaking of overclocking, the GTX 1070 Ti FTW Ultra Silent features EVGA's Precision XOC and OC Scanner X for one-click overclocking and automatic overclock tuning.
When it comes to other specs, EVGA's latest graphics card is a standard fare offering with two eight-pin power connectors, and 10+2 phase power delivery. Base and boost clocks are listed at 1607MHz and 1683Hz respectively, and there is 8GB of GDDR5 memory onboard. EVGA lists peak power draw at 235 watts, which is slightly above the 217-watt norm that we've seen with most the enthusiast company's other GTX 1070 Ti cards. You will also find three DisplayPort, HDMI and DVI connectors for hooking up multiple monitors.
The EVGA is GeForce GTX 1070 Ti FTW Ultra Silent is available now with a price tag of $499.