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Loud coil whine only occurs at high frame-rates correct?

If you lock frame-rate to 60FPS there's no coil whine? At least that's how it is for all of us.

Don't worry too much, hopefully these videocards get an unlocked BIOS, which would make the EVGA 1070 FTW by far the best option. Not only does it have a powerphase of 8+8 Pin but it has DUAL BIOS. Which will allow you to flash on one side without worrying too much about anything going wrong. And if anything goes wrong you can always switch back to the default BIOS.

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PS: How did you determine 2025MHz is the highest you can achieve?

Are you using MSI AfterBurner (latest BETA version)? What are your settings?

I was using EVGA Precision X OC but I noticed it doesn't overclock correctly. Say for example I add +60mhz on the core it drops it down to +50mhz and it still has that issue at boot where it slows down the keyboard. Installing Afterburner now since I believe I can get a higher overclock.
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I was using EVGA Precision X OC but I noticed it doesn't overclock correctly. Say for example I add +60mhz on the core it drops it down to +50mhz and it still has that issue at boot where it slows down the keyboard. Installing Afterburner now since I believe I can get a higher overclock.

Make sure you install the LATEST Beta version of AfterBurner.

Go to settings and tick (enable) unlock voltage control, but make sure you DO NOT enable "Force Constant Voltage".

I have an MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X

My settings are:

Core Voltage Percentage = +100%
Power Limit = 126% (yours will be around 113% maximum).
Core = + 106 MHz
Memory = 666 MHz

However for benchmarking purposes, to HIT the 21K Graphics Score mark, I used a manual CURVE for CORE/Voltage, and set memory to +850 MHz

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13449623
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Make sure you install the LATEST Beta version of AfterBurner.

Go to settings and tick (enable) unlock voltage control, but make sure you DO NOT enable "Force Constant Voltage".

I have an MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X

My settings are:

Core Voltage Percentage = +100%
Power Limit = 126% (yours will be around 113% maximum).
Core = + 106 MHz
Memory = 666 MHz

However for benchmarking purposes, to HIT the 21K Graphics Score mark, I used a manual CURVE for CORE/Voltage, and set memory to +850 MHz

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13449623

Was able to complete Time Spy at 2100mhz but with a few artifacts. MSI Afterburner definitely applies voltage correctly along with core frequency unlike EVGA Precision. I am able to run 2075Mhz without any artifacts.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13449964?
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Hey guys, apologies if this is a dumb question..but does the 1070 work with Windows 7? I keep reading people having to upgrade to Windows 10 so I'm a little confused.
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Man my strix is ****. I have been filling out the RMA claim so I ran a time spy at stock clocks to show them. It's under 55c and clocks will drop to the 1700s. When I was Ocing it, the worst I seen the clock fluctuate was from 2062 to1867mhz in heaven. I think I have the worst 1070 chip ever made.



good card for comparison

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Sorry I misread your question. I thought you mean how many watt your system is using total lol.

that is easy, what i need is something that tell me the wattage that a gpu take from the pci MB connector
post #1217 of 9458
i noticed some strange with my 1070, when i open chrome it work in p2 state only even if i'm running a strong application, is this a bug or something?

i don't want to force p0 state
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So the guys that are having a lot of clock fluctuations, is that during an OC or stock? In theory the card "should" run fine without under clocking up to what the manufacturer states as the clock speed, correct? I won't have a need to overclock my card for a long time, so more of a curiosity question.

So the MSI Gaming X that I ordered should be able to run at a constant 1771 in gaming mode?

Trying to figure out if the complaining is mainly people who expect it to run faster than advertised.
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So the guys that are having a lot of clock fluctuations, is that during an OC or stock? In theory the card "should" run fine without under clocking up to what the manufacturer states as the clock speed, correct? I won't have a need to overclock my card for a long time, so more of a curiosity question.

So the MSI Gaming X that I ordered should be able to run at a constant 1771 in gaming mode?

Trying to figure out if the complaining is mainly people who expect it to run faster than advertised.

From what I understand. MSI guarantees that card will run at 1771 boost at 82c (thermal limit) and 100% (power limit) before it starts throttling. In real world though, the AIB cards run under 65c and should boost approx 200mhz higher than stated max boost. So in game, as long as you are under thermal and power limit, your card should run around 1958-1971Mhz stable.

The issue I was having with my strix is that it would throttle by 100mhz at 50c for really no apparent reason. The clock was also unstable, it should have ran at 1898-1911 but would drop to the 1700s.
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Originally Posted by Mudfrog View Post

So the guys that are having a lot of clock fluctuations, is that during an OC or stock? In theory the card "should" run fine without under clocking up to what the manufacturer states as the clock speed, correct? I won't have a need to overclock my card for a long time, so more of a curiosity question.

So the MSI Gaming X that I ordered should be able to run at a constant 1771 in gaming mode?

Trying to figure out if the complaining is mainly people who expect it to run faster than advertised.

At gaming mode it will run at constant 1882 mhz on the core, and 2002 mhz on the memory. With oc mode, it would run around 1924mhz on the core and 2025 mhz on the vram.

The complaining, you are talking about, is that most reviews show the card running short of 2ghz constantly with out overclocking around 1974mhz. And with many on the forums are hitting over 2050 mhz on the core with overclocking. My piece of **** chip, couldn't even maintain oc mode from msi, and it maxed at 1902mhz, and with overclocking 1924 mhz. Anytime i added over 50 mhz to the core, the application would crash. For a 500 euros card, being one of the most expensive gtx 1070 cards, it should offer better overclocking potential. Therefore lies my dissatisfaction with the product. These cards were advertised by nvidia during their press 2 months ago, to hit over 2.1 ghz, why should i settle for mine at 1900mhz, when others enjoy 2+ ghz chips?
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