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My MSI Gaming X will OC mem pretty high. I have Samsung memory


Nice! You making me want to shoot for 9600MHz. But no way am I running those fans at 100%. These 1070 are getting hot at those memory clock speeds. I'm not talking running those speeds for benchmarking. I'm referring to everyday maxed out gaming. Also seems like it can sit at 1.09 volts all day because its temps are still in the 40s and 50s. As long it will last 3 years within my warranty I'm good lmao
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Originally Posted by ogow89 View Post

If you never flashed a gpu before, then i say better not to do it, and opt for software overclocking via afterburner. As for me, i didn't flash my gpu, i got the gainward phoenix golden sample, which is the same as the super jetstream from palit. Temps never go beyond 65°c, though that depends on your ambient temps.

Just use MSI afterburner, or the plait overclock software that came with your card.

Kinda risky huh? is there a way to do it safely? I can always revert to my original BIOS, right?
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Kinda risky huh? is there a way to do it safely? I can always revert to my original BIOS, right?

If your graphics card has a dual BIOS then the risk is very low, if it only has a single BIOS there is always the possibility of bricking the card. It's not all that risky or difficult to do but I don't really see any reason to flash a BIOS at this point.
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Kinda risky huh? is there a way to do it safely? I can always revert to my original BIOS, right?

First thing first, how much overclock are you getting out of your gpu? Overclock the card via software with either msi afterburner or the one that came with your card. Don't just flash it for the heck of it, if you don't even know if your card is stable at higher clocks. You can always flash it back. Your gpu came with two bioses as far as i know.

But before you flash a 500 bucks card, and void the warranty and run the risk of bricking it, just overclock like everybody else.

There is no safe way of flashing a card, you are always doing it at your own risk, and that applies to any kind of flashing.
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Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post

If your graphics card has a dual BIOS then the risk is very low, if it only has a single BIOS there is always the possibility of bricking the card. It's not all that risky or difficult to do but I don't really see any reason to flash a BIOS at this point.

Mine has a Dual BIOS. Im using a Palit Jetstream but I would want to boost it the same as the Super Jetstream hence i'm considering flashing the BIOS but I understand the risks. I just want a faster clock speed with a very minimal impact to my temps.
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Originally Posted by danjal View Post

I just sent back an evga ftw because of a lot of coil whine.. My first Zotac was silent and overclocked better than the evga ftw.. Going to get another zotac amp edition..


Something else I noticed, the evga led lights dont get red, its more of a salmon red.. The zotac lights get red, and the yellow strip which looks awful when your looking at the card out of the box, looks great installed with the case lit up in red.. I run a phantek enthoo pro m with the tinted panel and it looks great. I cant complain about my zotac at all, plus it runs about 10celcius cooler than the evga ftw did.

The 1070 amp extreme would be a good choice, of go up to the 1080 amp edition.

I run a 32" 2560x1440 crossover monitor and with a single card in bf4 I get around 130fps, same in starwars bf, and Archeage.. gta5 I get around 100fps.... I was going to put the evga 1070ftw in my backup rig, but decided to just stick with the rx480 in it and sli two of the zotac 1070 amp editions, especially after finding the ega didnt overclock well and ran that much hotter than the zotac.

Thank you for the reply bud. I have always liked the Zotac cards. This definitely helped with my decision quite a bit. Should look pretty good in the Evolv too. That is some good numbers for 1440 off one card. now i am definitely looking forward to the upgrade.

P.S. I wish i had the money for a 1080. That would be happening in a heartbeat biggrin.gif
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Palit GeForce GTX 1070 Super Jetstream BIOS and NVflash:

nvflash.zip 1154k .zip file
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It appears I've angered the Micron gods, and they have unleashed their wrath upon me. Another MSI Gaming with Micron, white checkers everywhere mad.gif
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Mine has a Dual BIOS. Im using a Palit Jetstream but I would want to boost it the same as the Super Jetstream hence i'm considering flashing the BIOS but I understand the risks. I just want a faster clock speed with a very minimal impact to my temps.

A different BIOS is not going to get you more clock speed at a lower temperature. If the card you are getting the BIOS from runs higher clock speeds at lower temps than your current card it is most likely because of the different cooling solution, not the BIOS.
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Looks like my gaming X have samsung chips, they clock good.
just my voltage is stuck at 1.043..

Stable clocks for heaven

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