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I don't think cards with better coolers are really seeing better overclocks... just slight better temps, at least it seems to be the common theme. Some are luckier than others but 2100Mhz seems to be a reality on even reference boards... Other that have installed a HYBRID cooler aren't reporting anything higher either AFAIK. mad.gif
Thanks bud! +REP

I'm really curious CLOCK for CLOCK if Pascal architecture itself is faster than Maxwell architechture. or is it strictly the speed bump behind it all? I suppose others might have been curious, so here goes:

I don't know why 3DMark doesn't report the correct speed but my GPU was running at exactly 1607Mhz, identical to the Pascal speed. I do have a 6 core so a small advantage (comparing against a quad core) but the CPUs are running at almost identical speeds ~4.8Ghz..outside the Physics test it's mostly GPU workload so I would say this is a somewhat fair comparison.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/9276158/fs/9289741



The results speak for themselves... interesting... I would have expected Pascal to be at least the same if not slightly faster... doh.gif

980Ti has almost 300 more cuda cores and 32 more rops than a 1080. A 980 and a 1070 clocked the same would be a much better comparison.
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Can someone please share the GTX 1070 and/or GTX 1080 BIOS with us?

So I follow the request with the bios of my Palit Game Rock 1070 (not premium!!!) wink.gif.

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AlVIuaHlsAFL4RGG8cSTcJ6tHnCu

Speeds should be:
GPU: 1556 MHz
Memory: 4004 MHz
Max. Power Target is 114%

The bios was exported with Palit's tool Thunder Master. I also exported the bios with the newest GPU-Z (1.9.0) and the files are exactly the same. I compared the Sha512 checksum.

Maybe it helps. I can't wait to flash the Game Rock 1070 Premium Bios. I am very interested, if my card can handle these speeds.
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980Ti has almost 300 more cuda cores and 32 more rops than a 1080. A 980 and a 1070 clocked the same would be a much better comparison.

Agreed, it would be closer and would like to see that also. As you pointed out, the advantages in the additional CUDA cores and ROPs are spot on and exactly why we see those results.

Taken from here:

" Those Streaming Multiprocessor blocks are paired up and then combined with an aforementioned PolyMorph Engine to create a Texture Processing Cluster. Within the architecture each of these TPCs with 256 cores and 16 texture units is considered an independent processing unit and can be called upon to process workloads ranging from compute to graphics. Since there are 20 of these SM’s within the GP104 (versus the 16 within GM104) the Pascal architecture has an incredible amount of process routing granularity so one section of the core can handle different workloads without overly impacting game performance. This is particularly important for items such as Asynchronous Compute, physics processing and other natively parallel workloads. "

So nope, not true apples to apples comparison in either case. It was still interesting to compare head to head with what is "the current best of both generations at the identical clock speeds" nothing too scientific. This test must be repeated again with 1080Ti vs 980Ti. Maxwell SMB = 128 cuda cores each and Pascal SMB = 64 cuda cores. So Pascal is basically a die shrink and and split the SM's in half (described above). I think the test has enough evidence to suggest that performance improvements in Pascal are almost exclusively based on the increased clock speeds alone (as far as GPU performance, not including memory) which there's nothing wrong with, Maxwell is a great design and shrinking that down to get things cooler sounds like an awesome GPU to me. Pascal marketing ...well that's a whole different paint job smile.gif.
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GTX980 and GTX1080 are pretty close clock for clock. A bench comparison I did a while back FYI with clocks close. Note the GTX1080 drew about 90W for this.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8822259/fs/6914310#




Similarly if CPU's came out with 50% higher clocks but little IPC I would be happy.
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Similarly if CPU's came out with 50% higher clocks but little IPC I would be happy.
50% higher clocks and similar to lower power consumption. Oh an 2x the memory. ;-) 980 came out as a 4G card, only saw 8G in MXM as far as I know.

Now if I could just get the same OC in linux that I get in windows... (which unfortunately requires BIOS modding).
post #216 of 600
could somebody pls link/upload the bios of the -Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 1070 X3
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time to watercool it lol. though it sounds like there is a thermal limit on that XOC bios, hence why the guy was running ln2 on his card with that bios.

Done. Installed a Kraken G10 + Kraken X41 to my ROG Strix GTX 1080 tonight and applied some Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut thermal paste. Temps went down from 63c to 41c in Battlefield 4.

Also, my 3DMark Time Spy score went up from 6987 (stock STRIX bios) to 7576 after simply flashing the EVGA SC bios. Clocks are exactly the same but I noticed the EVGA cards are currently leading in the 3DMark scores so I wanted to give it a try, and it worked.

ROG Strix (2,101 MHz / 1,377 MHz)
Score : 6987
Graphics Score : 7260
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/7747

EVGA SC (2,101 MHz / 1,377 MHz)
Score : 7576
Graphics Score : 7993
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/71580

Card gets about 5 degrees hotter with the EVGA SC bios.

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Oops was cleaning my 3DMark scores and the above two are gone now. tongue.gif
Edited by m0nsky - 7/17/16 at 6:43am
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Question for ya guys...


it's been established that these cards are all the same except power delivery.
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Done. Installed a Kraken G10 + Kraken X41 to my ROG Strix GTX 1080 tonight and applied some Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut thermal paste. Temps went down from 63c to 41c in Battlefield 4.

Also, my 3DMark Time Spy score went up from 6987 (stock STRIX bios) to 7576 after simply flashing the EVGA SC bios. Clocks are exactly the same but I noticed the EVGA cards are currently leading in the 3DMark scores so I wanted to give it a try, and it worked.

ROG Strix (2,101 MHz / 1,377 MHz)
Score : 6987
Graphics Score : 7260
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/7747

EVGA SC (2,101 MHz / 1,377 MHz)
Score : 7576
Graphics Score : 7993
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/71580

Card gets about 5 degrees hotter with the EVGA SC bios.


Incredible. If only there was a way I knew with 100% surety that a 1080 bios would work on my 1070. I'll try and find a 1070 SC bios in the meantime though. Nice work my friend.
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Question for ya guys...


it's been established that these cards are all the same except power delivery.
Incredible. If only there was a way I knew with 100% surety that a 1080 bios would work on my 1070. I'll try and find a 1070 SC bios in the meantime though. Nice work my friend.

1070SC.zip 149k .zip file

Here ya go! Just watch out because some fans don't spin as fast with this bios, but I think its only the FE ones.
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1070SC.zip 149k .zip file

Here ya go! Just watch out because some fans don't spin as fast with this bios, but I think its only the FE ones.

That's for a FE right?
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