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post #141 of 9500
Got 3DMark on Steam, summer sale btw. I keep crashing nonstop. mad.gif

I can run the 4K benchmark halfway.... that's the furthest I have gotten. Will play around with the settings and whatnot after the migration to the Phanteks enthoo evolv tempered glass edition. Highest stable core clock is 2063 with out increasing the voltage.
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where did you get a new bios? I didn't know you could edit these already.

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How did you flash the BIOS?

Nice score with stock voltage.

Download on MSI Official Support page or zippyshare
http://www20.zippyshare.com/v/7UTkg1MH/file.html

run .bat and press O ---> for oc mode default
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Got 3DMark on Steam, summer sale btw. I keep crashing nonstop. mad.gif

I can run the 4K benchmark halfway.... that's the furthest I have gotten. Will play around with the settings and whatnot after the migration to the Phanteks enthoo evolv tempered glass edition. Highest stable core clock is 2063 with out increasing the voltage.

thanks for the heads up, I just bought 3dmark also smile.gif. great price.
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So I just got my card(MSI Gaming X) this morning and been rock stable running Fire Strike for the last couple of hours.

I've been Team Red for a while and it is nice to change it up.

Also, is there any certain settings or configurations that should be used while running Fire Strike?

My score below:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12666542
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So I just got my card(MSI Gaming X) this morning and been rock stable running Fire Strike for the last couple of hours.

I've been Team Red for a while and it is nice to change it up.

Also, is there any certain settings or configurations that should be used while running Fire Strike?

My score below:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12666542

Nice graphics score. You can go into Nvidia control panel under 3d settings and change some settings specific to Firestrike. I can't remember right off the top of my head what they are, but if you go to one of the Firestrike threads I think they mention it there.
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thanks for the heads up, I just bought 3dmark also smile.gif. great price.

You're welcome. smile.gif

Too bad I can't run it for some odd reason, but I guess the issue is on my end, or so it seems. I will get to the bottom of it. biggrin.gif
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So...Not that this matters to anyone here, but I guess I can say that I am an owner of a 1070 for now. Sometime earlier this week, I made an impulse buy on a 1070 when I saw a particular one available on Newegg. I was gonna sell it off, but I just have this inclination of keeping it. Somehow, I am really waiting for Vega's release more than I would want a RX 480 at this point. Besides, I haven't run an NVIDIA card in ages.

I guess I can add mine when I get it, which should be tomorrow.
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I have continued to experiment around with MSI Afterburner 4.3 beta 4 and only recently figured out that by pressing Ctrl+F you can enter an advanced core overclocking mode in which you are allowed to modify Nvidia's Boost 3.0 curve. This has been very useful to know about. In my experience the best way forward is to drag the right-most node with Ctrl+left mouse button UP so as to make the curve somewhat steeper. I think my right-most node now has an offset of about +155. The nodes as 1.081V and 1.093V are +109 and +117, respectively.

This means that in Firestrike my core clock now never falls below 2100Mhz. Still cannot break the 20.000 graphics score barrier but get as far as 19.663. But then again my CPU is not overclocked to 4.6Ghz and I think the graphics score can not be completely independent of the CPU performance. I have never seen my GPU display voltages higher than 1.1V I think... in most cases in-benchmark my voltage settles down to 1.081, so that is where my calibrated offset matters the most. I really wonder how badly NVidia has decided to voltage-cap these Pascal cards, this really seems to hold back the overclocking performance.

In any case with fan speeds cranked up only a little bit from standard settings these partner-board 1070 GPUs (especially with amazing coolers like the MSI gaming X) can be made to run stable at no less than 2100Mhz for sure...

can you make a flat curve using that advance option (manual tweaking of those nodes) ?

that would be the same effect as having boost disable.
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can you make a flat curve using that advance option (manual tweaking of those nodes) ?

that would be the same effect as having boost disable.

To be honest, I have not tried that option, but am suspecting that it may not work that way. Been following the recommendations I have seen on some youtube videos. Also probably you do not want a completely flat curve as this would potentially kill the power-saving features of the card. You can however try and give the curve a somewhat flatter segment in the area of clocks where the card tends to oscillate under intense loads. This can stabilize the clocks a bit perhaps. Anyways, with my current curve profile I can always keep my MSI gaming X above 2100Mhz and will not try to push any further as this a sufficiently good enough stable OC result for me... and I still think that Firestrike graphics scores @20.000 and above are also the result of a modern and overclocked Skylake platform and do not exclusively depend on how well you managed to overclock your Pascal GPU!
Edited by Subz80 - 6/24/16 at 7:47pm
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...for what it's worth here are my current results (I also got 3dmark on the Steam summer sale!)
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