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My Strix seems to be okay. I played Arkham Knight for a 20 minutes or so at 4K, 2X AA and all setting maxed (Gameworks off).

I used the Strix utility and put it in OC mode which spins the fans at 38%. GPU was showing 2025Mhz, Memory 8014Mhz, 61*C temp. No whine.

Seems fine?
Edited by Dreamliner - 7/30/16 at 12:51pm
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Easiest way to be sure is to throw up a stress test like Kombuster or similar, it will start in the first few seconds.
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Originally Posted by benjamen50 View Post

What I'm interested in is a overclocked 1070 @ 2150mhz + 600+ offset mem vs GTX 1080 FE. Would be nice to see how close it is to it in terms of performance.

I already posted these results lol:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1601546/official-nvidia-gtx-1070-owners-club/1570#post_25390962



That is a stock GTX 1080 vs. my MSI GTX 1070 Armor @ 2.15 GHz | 9.624 Gbps in the new 3DMark Time Spy demo (both CPUs are the same, except his OC is 100 MHz higher)
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Originally Posted by syl1979 View Post

Some feedback on my Galax 1070 gamer. Defaut boost under load seems 1987mhz, with maximum 2013 mhz. Voltage at 1.06v reduced to 1.05 under load.

Tried overclock. Voltage lock at 1.075v. The card only accept +80 on core, +425 on memory. Gets 2050 under load. Gives around +5% performance increase.

Good temps (70max) and noise
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Originally Posted by chrcoluk View Post

see my earlier post, zotac have a much higher TDP limit on their bios, so the 2nd power connector is not just for show, it stops you hitting TDP limits, and the zotac cards will really shine when a pascal bios editor is finished as they will be able to use higher voltages without hitting TDP limit.

My palit when I set +100% core voltage cannot hold 1.09v as it hits TDP limit, it can only hold 1.09v when the card is under light load.


Guys I just had some very interesting results w/ my GTX 1070 Armor + H110 / G10. When I turned my temp limit down to 60C (since I never break 41C) my card was stable at a higher clock speed vs. having it set to 80C. Also my voltage hit 1.093V and held there stably during the end of each part of the 3DMark Time Spy bench:



As you can kind of see in the picture, it runs at 1.075V during the test and in the last 20-30 seconds it bumps to 1.093V, this never happens with the temp limit at 80C.

Before with the it set to 80C I never went above 1.075V, but it holds at 1.075V the entire run, it's not as low as others are reporting either way.
Edited by NCSUZoSo - 7/30/16 at 4:28pm
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Just got my MSI Gaming 1070 yesterday:





Settled on 2126 core / 2228 Mem:
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9572589


Edited by jrizzz - 7/30/16 at 1:46pm
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What setting should Heaven be ran on? I ran it on Extreme. This is where my card tops out.

2151 Core and 8619 Memory, The core dropped to 2126 then held steady.

Ran it again, but at 1080 and received:

FPS: 102.4
Score: 2579
Min FPS: 32.8
Max FPS: 212.2




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Edited by Mudfrog - 7/30/16 at 2:23pm
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Originally Posted by Mudfrog View Post

What setting should Heaven be ran on? I ran it on Extreme. This is where my card tops out.

2151 Core and 8619 Memory, The core dropped to 2126 then held steady.

Ran it again, but at 1080 and received:

FPS: 102.4
Score: 2579
Min FPS: 32.8
Max FPS: 212.2




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Xtreme on 1080p
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Originally Posted by FuzzDad View Post

Been playing around...I haven't put the card on water yet (that's next months "present"...but these cards are excellent:


Might wanna update that GPU-Z because when I used it on my EVGA GTX 1070 ACX 3.0 FTW the computer decided to shut off immediately and turn on again. This is after I just installed the new GPU.
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Hell yeah guys! I just managed to grab the #1 spot in 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra for my CPU/GPU combo:

http://www.3dmark.com/search#/?mode=advanced&url=/proxycon/ajax/search/cpugpu/fs/R/1419/1090/8157?minScore=0&cpuName=Intel 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/9576878
Edited by NCSUZoSo - 7/30/16 at 6:11pm
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Just installed my 2x Asus ROG STRIX-GTX1070-8G-GAMING, got them for AU$699 each (still need to get a better SLi bridge)

Upgraded from a Single Sapphire Radeon HD 7970 Dual-X 3GB




Edited by mickr777 - 7/30/16 at 5:38pm
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