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there is a way to know how many wattage a gpu is pulling from the pcie of the MB?

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HWMonitor

HWMonitor? wink.gif

i just got to ask a question.... smile.gif

i switched recently from "CPUz's HWM"... http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

now i'm using "Open Hardware Monitor" and LUV it... http://openhardwaremonitor.org/

But only one prob with "Open Hardware Monitor" is, that it lacks a PSU (watts)... i luv everything else is much better than "CPUz's HWM"... (see pic)

anyone know what to use to complement "Open Hardware Monitor" so i can quickly see watts used by PSU (Current/Min/Max)?

Tanks!smile.gif


     
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Would a 650 watt psu suffice for a single 1070?

I'm running mine with an overclocked i5 on a 450w PSU, so 650w is probably fine. biggrin.gif
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Hello 1070 owners! I think that this thread is the best one to ask this, but do guide me to somewhere else if needed. So;

What is actually 'the best' aftermarket 1070 to buy at this time and age? I've never had a PC and I'm gathering up a build, this being the last part. I've been eyeballing the Gigabyte G1 because I'm going to go with a blackout theme with my build, but then I stumbled across coil whine accusations. Is this true? What are the downsides of each 1070, which should be avoided and which should be favoured?

To give an image about pricing, the G1 stands at 489€, MSI stands at 499€ and Asus at 529€. Also I'd love to go with the MSI one, but I'd love it to match my build, so how would one make the red part of the shroud black without voiding warranty, a non-permanent solution?
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Thanks everyone for the replies... Now i must ask.. Is anyone running dual 1440p monitors on a single 1070? Right now i have a Crossover 27Q but i want to add another 1440p monitor to run vertically and an extended desktop.
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Thanks everyone for the replies... Now i must ask.. Is anyone running dual 1440p monitors on a single 1070? Right now i have a Crossover 27Q but i want to add another 1440p monitor to run vertically and an extended desktop.

I'm running an Acer XB271HU and Dell U2715H off my MSI 1070 Gaming X. They are running in extended desktop with no issues.
    
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Hello 1070 owners! I think that this thread is the best one to ask this, but do guide me to somewhere else if needed. So;

What is actually 'the best' aftermarket 1070 to buy at this time and age? I've never had a PC and I'm gathering up a build, this being the last part. I've been eyeballing the Gigabyte G1 because I'm going to go with a blackout theme with my build, but then I stumbled across coil whine accusations. Is this true? What are the downsides of each 1070, which should be avoided and which should be favoured?

To give an image about pricing, the G1 stands at 489€, MSI stands at 499€ and Asus at 529€. Also I'd love to go with the MSI one, but I'd love it to match my build, so how would one make the red part of the shroud black without voiding warranty, a non-permanent solution?

All aftermarket 1070s are great. But features and cost do matter and maybe one other thing should be considered...

You have to- i have wondered recently- of the possibility of BIOS flashing in the near future may/ could be a big factor. Here's how; i'm no authority on custom made BIOS and flashing, but if after some custom BIOS for 1070 are finally created; one single aftermarket 1070 may be the best one to have (flash to). Although, maybe there's no need to worry. In recent years a single factor like 1 versus 2, six and or eight pin PCI-e power plugs, could be a difference/ factor. Or, many single things might have mattered in the past. But maybe power is not a factor because they all have potential. Hopefully someone that is an all around authority on custom BIOS can comment and clear up things i mentioned here.

on other hand, i could testify why ASUS Strix OC 1070 is best. Only because i got two wink.gif and also because of the extras:
1. it has two four pin fan connects that makes it very unique... (fans connected react to the GPU temp)
2. the HSF on it ROCKS and it is identical to the Strix 1080's HSF...
3. the manufacturing process is unique (100% robot produced and no flux is a cool thing to note.)

GL smile.gif
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The only problem with that is when people don't make it clear that us the standard they are using when they post their clocks/scores. It can lead to inflated expectations of performance/overclocks if people aren't upfront about it.

This is the bane of my existence. I didn't know people threw up benches/clocks that were not game stable. Completely threw me for a loop when I was overclocking my GTX 770.

This thread, sadly, should've been like the Skylake/Haswell OC'ing guides where final clocks (not offsets) & stability test were complied and organized in the OP. Alas, maybe Darkwizze is a unicorn, haha.

BTW, GTX 1060 looks just the same. ~2 to 2.1GHz maximum core clocks, ~9 to 9.4GHz maximum memory clocks.
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Well I just ordered a 1070. I opted for the MSI Gaming but I almost pulled the trigger on the Gigabyte G1. I was anticipating that the MSI's dual larger fans should be quieter and perhaps cool better than the Gigabyte. I imagine there is not much difference though. My 670's are showing their age, especially since a lot of games no longer support SLI. Can't wait to try it out. Should be here next Wednesday.
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All aftermarket 1070s are great. But features and cost do matter and maybe one other thing should be considered...

You have to- i have wondered recently- of the possibility of BIOS flashing in the near future may/ could be a big factor. Here's how; i'm no authority on custom made BIOS and flashing, but if after some custom BIOS for 1070 are finally created; one single aftermarket 1070 may be the best one to have (flash to). Although, maybe there's no need to worry. In recent years a single factor like 1 versus 2, six and or eight pin PCI-e power plugs, could be a difference/ factor. Or, many single things might have mattered in the past. But maybe power is not a factor because they all have potential. Hopefully someone that is an all around authority on custom BIOS can comment and clear up things i mentioned here.

on other hand, i could testify why ASUS Strix OC 1070 is best. Only because i got two wink.gif and also because of the extras:
1. it has two four pin fan connects that makes it very unique... (fans connected react to the GPU temp)
2. the HSF on it ROCKS and it is identical to the Strix 1080's HSF...
3. the manufacturing process is unique (100% robot produced and no flux is a cool thing to note.)

GL smile.gif

Nice to see another happy Strix 1070 owner. I have the same card and I love it. it rocked GTA5 on all Very High settings with 180FPS lol.
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