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Originally Posted by ogow89 View Post

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?

Ok, makes sense. This wasn't directed at you. I've read several people complaining about the same thing. I just wasn't sure if the throttling was on the factory OC or an above and beyond OC.
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Got my 1070 Seahawk EK X yesterday. It was hitting almost 2Ghz out of the box without me making any changes to the settings. I can really tell how much lower the temps on this thing are. I am seeing around 10C+ reduction in gpu core temps as compared to a 480 on the same cooling system. Even at 100% load temps remain under 40C which is 5-8C better than other cards I have used on this same cooling setup.

This weekend I got to let it sit on some furmark for a few hours to finish up a long burn in before I jump into actual overclocking.
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Hi guys, everybody is okay?

well i bought one GTX 1070 G1 Gaming and she work very well, i can over it to 2025mhz GPU Core Clock (+85mhz) and 4504mhz (500mhz) memory without voltage. when i set more voltage, i had one big thrott and can't have more than 2038-2050mhz with + 90mhz. The TDP all the time is in limit.

In this GTX 1070 G1 Gaming the max power limit is 111%, the temperate never above 49c without voltage, and with + 100mv the max is 52c. So please, can anybody help me try to get 2100mhz hehe, there any bios i can put on my VGA without brick it?

Thanks to all you guys.

OBS: My memory is samsung.
Edited by izidour - 7/20/16 at 9:48am
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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.

Yes it works with windows 7, I installed mine last night and had no issues.
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Have you guys found any way to avoid the freq bouncing?
My card keeps changing from 2038mhz to 2063mhz when gaming. (+100 core). Can I use the Voltage Curve to avoid it, or is it only tied to gpu temps?
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I think you just didn't notice it, GPU Boost has always behaved that way when you're close to the limits. Hell, I spent several hours closely watching the frequencies on a GTX 980 non-Ti just last week bouncing around in GPUPI1B. I did eventually manage a run through at 1,700 MHz but not before about 200 runs of it bouncing down as low as 1,640.

Err, right, but isn't GPU Boost 3.0 far more temperature dependent? From what Anandtech has shown and what a few people have posted, it starts adjusting max boost at around 40 to 50C. Was that true with Maxwell and GPU Boost 2.0? I don't know--I never had a Maxwell card, frown.gif
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Cheapest GTX 1070 I have seen. http://slickdeals.net/f/8943303-asus-gtx-1070-turbo-385-s-h-newegg

We're so close. That's still $5 over MSRP, though, a month after launch. tongue.gif But this is better, much better than before.
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II see zilch temperature throttling, I think people saying pascal throttles before it hits temp target are wrong, I think they misdiagnosed PWR throttling as temp related.

Hmm...it's definitely temperature related, as Anandtech, Oj010, and marik123 have shown. It's actually a very direct relationship. How long are you testing for? Anandtech writes,
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To start, Pascal clockspeeds are much more temperature-dependent than on Maxwell 2 or Kepler. Kepler would drop a single bin at a specific temperature, and Maxwell 2 would sustain the same clockspeed throughout. However Pascal will drop its clockspeeds as the GPU warms up, regardless of whether it still has formal thermal and TDP headroom to spare. This happens by backing off both on the clockspeed at each individual voltage point, and backing off to lower voltage points altogether.
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I just did more testing tonight and my GPU stays at 2100mhz boost if temp < 40c, then drop 12.5mhz per 3-5c increase. The lowest I seen in boost is 2037.5mhz when temperature reached 65C during Heaven 4.0.

That lines up exactly right with what Anandtech showed. 12.5MHz is the GPU core frequency bin/strip size, so it drops one bin per 3-5C. Hmm...I wonder why some people see it and some don't? I wonder...are individuals not running tests long enough? Or are they not monitoring GPU frequency as the "test ramps up" and only look at the results at the very end?
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I remember during the press release, it was said that these newer cards would fully support SLI even if the game did not as it's hardware driven. I'm assuming that's on DX12 games only, anyone have more information on this?
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So, the excitement begins. Anandtech is releasing their 30+ page GTX 1080/1070 review tomorrow. I poked Ryan Smith (Editor in Chief at Anandtech) in the comments of this hard drive review and he CONFIRMED OUR SUSPICIONS.



GPU Boost 3.0 actually starts reducing your maximum GPU boost at possibly even 39C! He was kind enough to tease this image from tomorrow's upcoming review.



So....all the more reason to water-cool? haha, well, if you care about ~70MHz, that is.

That totally explains why my boost clock drop all the way down to 2037.5mhz during Heaven 4.0 when temperature reached 65c from 2100mhz boost when temp is <38c. mad.gif
    
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That lines up exactly right with what Anandtech showed. 12.5MHz is the GPU core frequency bin/strip size, so it drops one bin per 3-5C. Hmm...I wonder why some people see it and some don't? I wonder...are individuals not running tests long enough? Or are they not monitoring GPU frequency as the "test ramps up" and only look at the results at the very end?

Normally you would drop 1-2 bins if temps get high. My card unfortunately was dropping 10+ bins when running under 55c.
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That totally explains why my boost clock drop all the way down to 2037.5mhz during Heaven 4.0 when temperature reached 65c from 2100mhz boost when temp is <38c. mad.gif

Just gotta make a custom fan curve. Most AIB fans dont even turn on till 60c. Change that to 40c and with fans around 60% you wont clock down as much if at all, also make sure you increase temp and power limit to max.
Edited by whicker - 7/20/16 at 11:37am
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I just got my Gainward 1070 GLH. I ran a Firestrike and it says my card got these specs:

Memory 8.192 MB
Core clock 350 MHz
Memory bus clock 2.126 MHz
Driver version 10.18.13.6881

Does that seem accurate?
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