Hell yeah guys! I just managed to grab the #1 spot in 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra for my CPU/GPU combo:
Core i7-3770K Processor&gpuName=NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
(In the link you may have to tell it 1 GPU instead of "Any" number)
Those aren't my fastest clock speeds on the VRAM, but to keep the core stable at 2.139 GHz (reported 2.126, but it was peaking at 2.139). I noticed something strange about the voltage applied though. By playing with the core supposed boost and moving in between the actual clock steppings, you could make the same speed on the core stable if you put it directly on the stepping (i.e. +177). Also I noticed when it is crashing is due to the voltage not jumping high enough at the needed time. The same run may be stable once and the not again on the second time. I tried linking and unlinking the voltage/temp, and using different temp settings. I can't really say what it is doing yet, but I do know I saw runs crash with the temp limit at 82C vs. set to 60C (with my load not ever passing 45C).
BTW I can't do what someone asked to lower my fan speeds and check the 60C wall. With my fans at their lowest settings and running 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra back to back, it won't go above 54C lol. I did however notice a change in clock speeds far more often when I was in the 50's so that makes me believe what is being reported after all.
You can compare to me directly using this:http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9576878Edited by NCSUZoSo - 7/30/16 at 6:11pm