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

Yes, with +100 core, +500 memory, it stays at 100%-109%, but have some spikes to 111%. Checking with MSI Afterburner and GPU-Z.
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post #1052 of 9486
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Yes, with +100 core, +500 memory, it stays at 100%-109%, but have some spikes to 111%. Checking with MSI Afterburner and GPU-Z.

What's the actual clock speed? Maybe I need to check mine again.
post #1053 of 9486
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Yes, with +100 core, +500 memory, it stays at 100%-109%, but have some spikes to 111%. Checking with MSI Afterburner and GPU-Z.

The GTX 1070 and other high-end cards are very dependent on what resolution you're using as to what the power limit hits. Back when I was using my GTX 780 @ 1920x1200, It was rare to see the card go over 100% power limit, even when I had the power limit maxed to 106%. However, as soon as I got my 3440x1440 monitor, it almost always stayed above 100%.

Same with my dual GTX 1070s; ever game that I play that will max out these cards hits 100%+ on the power limit easily @ 3440x1440.
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post #1054 of 9486
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What's the actual clock speed? Maybe I need to check mine again.

2050-2063mhz with some spikes to 2076mhz.
Temp is 57°c max and fans at 70%
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post #1055 of 9486
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The GTX 1070 and other high-end cards are very dependent on what resolution you're using as to what the power limit hits. Back when I was using my GTX 780 @ 1920x1200, It was rare to see the card go over 100% power limit, even when I had the power limit maxed to 106%. However, as soon as I got my 3440x1440 monitor, it almost always stayed above 100%.

Same with my dual GTX 1070s; ever game that I play that will max out these cards hits 100%+ on the power limit easily @ 3440x1440.

Well, my monitor is also 1440p, but how can resolutions influence the TDP??? I thought it was only dependent on core/voltage vs GPU usage.
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2050-2063mhz with some spikes to 2076mhz.
Temp is 57°c max and fans at 70%

Hmm. I'll have to check again. I'm at 2050/+500 and I don't think I've ever seen it above 100% in AB. Around 40C with a waterblock. My card doesn't seem to want to go above 1.062V, so maybe that's why.
post #1057 of 9486
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Hmm. I'll have to check again. I'm at 2050/+500 and I don't think I've ever seen it above 100% in AB. Around 40C with a waterblock. My card doesn't seem to want to go above 1.062V, so maybe that's why.

My card is hiting 1.082v.
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post #1058 of 9486
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Well, my monitor is also 1440p, but how can resolutions influence the TDP??? I thought it was only dependent on core/voltage vs GPU usage.

I'm unsure of the intricacies of GPU architecture, but as the resolution goes up, the GPU resources and pipeline get more highly saturated. It probably also has something to do with more VRAM usage, as well.
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Anyway, I finally got around to running Time Spy!


Nice! Is that with the FTW bios?

I'm kinda surprised your CPU scored as high as it did - actually amazed, my 6700K at 4.7GHz scores ~1000 points less!!

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13326932
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post #1060 of 9486
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2278 is probably not fully stable. Try to drop the speeds down a tad and test again.

I lose score by switching to Manual curve and changing nothing vs. same 2126MHz clock in the normal tab with +125.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13333860
vs.
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13326932


Unfortunate. 2278MHz Manual scores only slightly better than 2126MHz, which trounces 2126 using Manual.

Hoping to figure this out better soon. Have never seen higher clocks mean worse performance (vs. crashing/artifacts) from GeForce FX to now.
Edited by Ranguvar - 7/16/16 at 6:43pm
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