GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1070 video cards are set to launch in China later this month, and we have been able to get our hands on a copy of one of the cards.

This new card will retail for 1,699 RMB (~£140), and the first batch of units will include a 3GB GDDR5-based card.

The card features an 80mm aluminium die-cast cooler and a heatsink made from plastic, but it will also have an 8mm aluminium shroud.

The card features 8GB of HBM2 memory running at 1,280MHz.

The GTX 1050Ti will be priced at 899 RMB, while the GTX 1080 Ti will be offered for 1.99999 RMB.

The GeForce GTX 1070 Ti will launch on August 30 for 1 RMB ($179).

The GTX 1070 will also be available for 1 USD ($149), while the 1070 Ti is available for 4 USD ($199).

There is also a new GTX 1090 video card from Nvidia for China that is also coming to the market later this year.

It features 6GB GDDR4 memory running on a 1,400MHz clock speed.

This card will be sold for 1,-0.0199999 USD ($0.1697).

The card will feature a 120mm fan for added cooling.

The GeForce GTX 980 Ti will also launch in early October, priced at 999 Rmb ($249).

The GTX 1080 Ti is currently the best looking graphics card in China right now, with a price of 1,399 RMB (approximately £120).

The new cards will be available from July 31 for 1 – 1.199999 USD (~$0.2896).

The GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2090 will also arrive in China soon, priced between 1 and 1.499999 USD (approximately $0.3946).

The RTX 20 80 Ti is also launching for 1 US dollar ($0).