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I have know doubt that TechpowerUp try keep as many variable's consistent as possible, please do tell of this difference for the less technically inclined.
Tech Power Up do not report Delta T on there temps so its probably just a case of different ambient temps if the cards are tested in the same ope air bench.Cards look identical except different colors and slight back plate design changehttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1070_Quick_Silver_OC/4.htmlhttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1070_Gaming_Z/4.html
Just a heads up MSI released there updated BIOS for the 1070's I have the Gaming 8gb and have gone from a 220+ Mem OC to 500+ (4512mhz) Testing lots stable so far any higher and not so stable, no black squares etc so far. Core is at 2100. Happy with the improvement http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10682249
I have near identical specs (i7 2600k @4.5ghz, 16gb 2133 Ram, 1070 @ 2.1 core 8400 Mem Windows 10) my fire strike run for reference http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15560429I run with ultra Preset at 1080p Gpu utilization is 99% constant frames vary between 100-160fps all game (64p conquest)is Vsync off ? do you run a frame rate cap ?Win 7 vs Win 10?when I went to 16gb 2133 from 8gb 1600 I notice smother gameplay in BF4 ( did the upgrade last year)Your PC should be fine what are...
IMO any card, they all OC the same due to the GPU 3.0 design. So your choice should be based on Price, Warranty, Looks, Noise, Cooling ability. You cant pick the non Micron Memory Cards so its down to luck of the draw, also there dosent seem to be a silicon lottery with the 10x0 series. I personally went with MSI Gaming cause I knew the non X would OC like the X and Z, and I choose the MSI over the EVGA due to it being cheaper and a having a larger cooler (1 inch...
Everything I have read about the actual 1070's consumers have in there hands are a mix of Micron and Samsung memory.It seems all brands have a mix including some founders edition cards having it.A Vbios is coming from most brands and MSI has said on there forums that it is coming in 2-4 weeks.For reference I have a MSI Gaming 1070 running at core 2062mhz and memory of 4353mhz this is with %100 Core voltage increase Power limit 126% and temp limit 92deg.If I go any higher...
So long time no update cause not much has changed until now. I have added a Samsung 850 Pro and have gone from 2x 670's in SLI to the single 1070's and have been able to run every game with full settings+4xMSAA and gain 30-50fps depending on game compared to having to reduce setting's and MSAA due to a 2gb Vram in the 670's. The card is the MSI Gaming 1070 and its OC'd to 2050 Core and 8800mhz Memory. Card runs at idle 45-50deg with fans at 0% and on load 65-70deg with...
Server performance can affect your FPS irrelevant of your PC's specs.Also running on my system at 1080 with 2x Gtx670's I lock the frames at 80fps and to maintain a constant 80fps in 64P servers with no drops I run no AA at all. But the server can bog down and it doesn't matter what settings you have it will dive into the 40-50's
So got some PCI-E extensions for the second card, its tidy enough for me very happy with how it looks.
That looks pretty good to me I have 2 GB WF3 670's one can do core1202 Mem3650 but the other can do 1310core 3700Mem. That's stable in games. I would say that is probably the limit of that card its a silicon lottery with the 670's
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