The GeForce GTX series of graphics cards provide VR readiness with performance and power in a GPU that is the most advanced ever created.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Gaming Z 8g in particular is ready to deliver superior virtual reality immersion with the lowest latency, and plug-and-play compatibility with the leading VR headsets.  It supports the NVIDIA VRWorks technology so you get VR audio, physics, and haptics that engages your senses of sight, sound and feeling as you game.
This Pascal-powered graphics card distributes higher performance and power efficiency thanks to its ultra-fast FinFET and supporting DirectX 12 features.  As a result you will have a gaming experience that is the fastest, smoothest and most power-efficient in this class.

Here are the SPECS:
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Gaming Z 8G
Interface PCI Express x16 3.0
Boost / Base Core Clock 1860 MHz / 1657 MHz (OC Mode)
1835 MHz / 1632 MHz (Gaming Mode)
1683 MHz / (Silent Mode)
Memory Size 8192 MB
Memory Type GDDR5
Memory Interface 256-bit
Memory Clock Speed 8108 MHz (OC Mode)
8108 MHZ (Gaming Mode)
8010 MHz (Silent Mode)
Output DisplayPort x 3(Version 1.4) / HDMI
(Version 2.0) / DL-DVI-D
Digital Maximum Resolution 7680 x 4320
Maximum Displays 4
HDCP Support 2.2
DirectX Version Support §  12
OpenGL Version Support §  4.5
Multi-GPU Technology SLI, 2-Way
Card Dimensions 279 x 140 x 42mm
Card Weight 1096g
Power Connections 6-pin x 1, 8-pin x 1

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