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I am running a Asus Nano now but have interest in the Gigabyte Extreme Gaming 1070 the problem is idk if EK will release a block for it. I told myself i wouldnt buy $600 + gpu's anymore so no 1080 for me biggrin.gif
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Sadly Gigabyte still has not solved the problem with overkill fan curve on 1070 G1 edition with latest BIOS update (link) so I am sticking with my custom fan profile as follows, the card is very quiet during load with this setup and keeps up to 75 celsius temps:

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Why do so many cards stop at 2088? Is it some kind of limitation? I´ve clearly entered higher numbers in afterburner but it still stops at 2088, seen a lot of other cards aswell with the same clock. GPU-Z and afterburner reports everything to throttling the card (voltage, power limit, temperature etc) which seems impossible because the values are good. A MSI Gaming X btw.
Edited by ProHitZ - 7/16/16 at 11:46am
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Originally Posted by Bee Dee 3 Dee View Post

(2) ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 8GB ROG STRIX OC Edition
(STRIX-GTX1070-O8G-GAMING)



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You sir have patience.
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Why do so many cards stop at 2088? Is it some kind of limitation? I´ve clearly entered higher numbers in afterburner but it still stops at 2088, seen a lot of other cards aswell with the same clock. GPU-Z and afterburner reports everything to throttling the card (voltage, power limit, temperature etc) which seems impossible because the values are good. A MSI Gaming X btw.

IIRC, since Kepler, Nvidia has "GPU clock straps". The GPU die can't run at every frequency (2085, 2086, 2087, 2088,...); it only runs at pre-defined straps like 2065MHz and then 2088MHz and then 2094MHz (just examples). For whatever reason, GPU overclocking tools still offer us 1MHz increments, even though the GPU doesn't use those.

You may still be in the 2088Mhz strap? Or, you've already tried a bigger jump like 2110MHz, which definitely should put you into the next strap?

Or, hell, with Pascal overclocking as it is, it could be something completely different, haha biggrin.gif

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About the throttling: everything is being throttled? That is funky. I'm not sure I follow, but I don't have a card yet. :-/
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Originally Posted by ikjadoon View Post

IIRC, since Kepler, Nvidia has "GPU clock straps". The GPU die can't run at every frequency (2085, 2086, 2087, 2088,...); it only runs at pre-defined straps like 2065MHz and then 2088MHz and then 2094MHz (just examples). For whatever reason, GPU overclocking tools still offer us 1MHz increments, even though the GPU doesn't use those.

You may still be in the 2088Mhz strap? Or, you've already tried a bigger jump like 2110MHz, which definitely should put you into the next strap?

Or, hell, with Pascal overclocking as it is, it could be something completely different, haha biggrin.gif

--

About the throttling: everything is being throttled? That is funky. I'm not sure I follow, but I don't have a card yet. :-/

Hmm I see. Had no idea about that, think I have 2102 right now. Can try a bit higher and see what happens.

EDIT: Worked out great man! Apparently i was right below the next strap, 2100.5 running now.

No idea about the throttling reports either, seems the programs are just freaking out at these speeds... Oh well, besides I know my card likes voltage everything is good again!
Edited by ProHitZ - 7/16/16 at 2:10pm
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1070 FTW here.
So guys.... 2126 does indeed beat 2278MHz. For some reason.

  • 2278MHz/2002MHz - 6116
  • 2126/2002MHz - 6272
  • 2278MHz/2357MHz - 6438
  • 2126/2357MHz - 6625

Same in Firestrike.
No throttling, <50C.

Why does Manual curve, +150MHz clock, equal less performance?

I bet anything 2GHz Manual vs 2GHz with just +XXMHz, the latter will win.

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I tried overclocking my monitor, but to no avail. There were dropped frames when I overclocked it even just to 70hz.

I actually had 2 bridges before this, one was a solid bridge, the other was a ribbon bridge, both connected at the same time. It was still slightly stuttery, but not bad. After getting the HB SLI bridge, the stutters all but went away. Since you're planning on getting a high refresh 3440x1440 monitor, I really would recommend the HB SLI bridge. You will more than likely see the difference.
Interesting. Looks like I need an expensive bridge after all.

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1070 FTW here.
So guys.... 2126 does indeed beat 2278MHz. For some reason.

  • 2278MHz/2002MHz - 6116
  • 2126/2002MHz - 6272
  • 2278MHz/2357MHz - 6438
  • 2126/2357MHz - 6625

Same in Firestrike.
No throttling, <50C.

Why does Manual curve, +150MHz clock, equal less performance?

I bet anything 2GHz Manual vs 2GHz with just +XXMHz, the latter will win.

2278 is probably not fully stable. Try to drop the speeds down a tad and test again.
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How do I set the Power Limit to 126%?? The max I can get is 111% with my G1 Gaming (core voltage 100%). I am using MSI Afterburner 4.3.0 beta 4.
Is 111% the max for G1 Gaming??

Edit: Ya, because G1 has only one 8-pin connector! frown.gif
Edited by TheMiracle - 7/16/16 at 3:58pm
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How do I set the Power Limit to 126%?? The max I can get is 111% with my G1 Gaming (core voltage 100%). I am using MSI Afterburner 4.3.0 beta 4.
Is 111% the max for G1 Gaming??

Edit: Ya, because G1 has only one 8-pin connector! frown.gif

Are you hitting the power limit? I don't think I've seen anything higher than about 92% on mine.
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