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I just ordered a Gigabyte 1070 G1 Gaming that gets here tuesday. biggrin.gif

Im going to showcase some severe ignorance here so feel free to tease me if needed. redface.gif

How easy are these cards to overclock?
I could never get the hang of pushing my 780 and I assume the 1070 is a similar situation in regards to base clock OC, Boost OC, thermal and voltage throttling etc?
Does anyone know of a simple-easy-stupid OC guides for these cards because they are a total overclocking mystery to me.
(the last time I successfully OCd a card was a GTX480)

I posted this a long time ago, should be a good starter:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1601546/official-nvidia-gtx-1070-owners-club/740#post_25339752
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I just ordered a Gigabyte 1070 G1 Gaming that gets here tuesday. biggrin.gif

Im going to showcase some severe ignorance here so feel free to tease me if needed. redface.gif

How easy are these cards to overclock?
I could never get the hang of pushing my 780 and I assume the 1070 is a similar situation in regards to base clock OC, Boost OC, thermal and voltage throttling etc?
Does anyone know of a simple-easy-stupid OC guides for these cards because they are a total overclocking mystery to me.
(the last time I successfully OCd a card was a GTX480)

Honestly wasn't too bad, it's strange for me to see the actual boost go WAY above what it says in GPUz (I was used to it going to what it said the boost should be), mine says 1863boost but it will go to 2050+ with the right conditions, but it will usually sit around 2020ish. I maxed the power limit first without touching anything else, then tested the boost clock and it was already in the 1900s.
 
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So I'm looking to upgrade from a 970, is there any particular 1070 I should be looking at? I like the look of the Asus strix, and it's a bit cheaper than some other cards.
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I just ordered a Gigabyte 1070 G1 Gaming that gets here tuesday. biggrin.gif

Im going to showcase some severe ignorance here so feel free to tease me if needed. redface.gif

How easy are these cards to overclock?
I could never get the hang of pushing my 780 and I assume the 1070 is a similar situation in regards to base clock OC, Boost OC, thermal and voltage throttling etc?
Does anyone know of a simple-easy-stupid OC guides for these cards because they are a total overclocking mystery to me.
(the last time I successfully OCd a card was a GTX480)

severe ignorance indeed!

they are quite easy to overclock....if all you want out of it is 2000mhz.

just snag afterburner, do +80mhz on the core slider and +500mhz on the memory slider and you'll be golden. if you feel like diving in the deep end that is bios locked-voltage limits with us, crank the core slider up to +125 and see how you do. haha we're all frustrated on this voltage lock. everyone's cards are essentially the same so we're all in the same boat.
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severe ignorance indeed!

they are quite easy to overclock....if all you want out of it is 2000mhz.

just snag afterburner, do +80mhz on the core slider and +500mhz on the memory slider and you'll be golden. if you feel like diving in the deep end that is bios locked-voltage limits with us, crank the core slider up to +125 and see how you do. haha we're all frustrated on this voltage lock. everyone's cards are essentially the same so we're all in the same boat.

You can't just pop in someone else's offset numbers because every card boosts differently at stock. Your +85 might be his +35, or +150. It'll work for memory since they are all the same, but not core.

If you are targeting a specific number (like 2000) the easiest way is to run GPU-Z and start the render test while watching the actual clock speed on the sensors tab. Take 2000 (or whatever you want to try) and subtract the actual clock speed from GPU-Z. Plug that in as your offset, and bingo, you have you desired speed. It may change a little in actual gaming as the boost moves around, but it's an easy way to start.
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You can't just pop in someone else's offset numbers because every card boosts differently at stock. Your +85 might be his +35, or +150. It'll work for memory since they are all the same, but not core.

If you are targeting a specific number (like 2000) the easiest way is to run GPU-Z and start the render test while watching the actual clock speed on the sensors tab. Take 2000 (or whatever you want to try) and subtract the actual clock speed from GPU-Z. Plug that in as your offset, and bingo, you have you desired speed. It may change a little in actual gaming as the boost moves around, but it's an easy way to start.


Sure you can. because those offset assumptions are based on an AIB card. Founder's (reference) cards would just require higher offset settings. So if anything, he'd still have more headroom if he by chance didn't snag an AIB - which by the way I would greatly recommend DO snagging an AIB card.

I wasn't being ignorant in my simplified advice.



Anyway, I finally got around to running Time Spy!



I cranked my fans to 90% to get away from any boost throttle, and it kept the card at 57c. LOL
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severe ignorance indeed!

they are quite easy to overclock....if all you want out of it is 2000mhz.

just snag afterburner, do +80mhz on the core slider and +500mhz on the memory slider and you'll be golden. if you feel like diving in the deep end that is bios locked-voltage limits with us, crank the core slider up to +125 and see how you do. haha we're all frustrated on this voltage lock. everyone's cards are essentially the same so we're all in the same boat.

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You can't just pop in someone else's offset numbers because every card boosts differently at stock. Your +85 might be his +35, or +150. It'll work for memory since they are all the same, but not core.

If you are targeting a specific number (like 2000) the easiest way is to run GPU-Z and start the render test while watching the actual clock speed on the sensors tab. Take 2000 (or whatever you want to try) and subtract the actual clock speed from GPU-Z. Plug that in as your offset, and bingo, you have you desired speed. It may change a little in actual gaming as the boost moves around, but it's an easy way to start.

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