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It's crashing.
Lower your clocks

Nothings overclocked, im running stock frequencies. Im also sat here watching it run the whole way through, takes about 10mins or so and it certainly isn't crashing
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Can you provide some proof that memory is more important than core?

Nowhere did I say that memory is more important than core, nor is it more important in benchmarks and gaming. But Core overclocking is limited, memory overclocking has a bigger potential. This is why you start overclocking the Memory first (which is the advice I was giving). If you get it to a stable +650MHz that's good, stop there. No need to go further, keep it on the safe side. In fact, push it to +700Mhz, make sure it doesn't crash under stress testing, then back it down to +650Mhz. Then start overclocking the core because you won't be going much with it anyway (we're all capped).
post #773 of 9393
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Hey guys I've just run the Firestrike Extreme Stress Test and got 0% Passed twice in a row. Any idea what this means?

Okay it only ever crashes for me if the OC is not stable. Otherwise I get 98%+

Are you running a legal version of 3DMark? Right click it on steam and go properties and check file validity or whatever it's called.

It'll check all your FILES and if there's an update it will force it to update.

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At STOCK speeds you should never be crashing. That's not normal. Hopefully it's a software issue and not hardware.
post #774 of 9393
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Okay it only ever crashes for me if the OC is not stable. Otherwise I get 98%+

Are you running a legal version of 3DMark? Right click it on steam and go properties and check file validity or whatever it's called.

It'll check all your FILES and if there's an update it will force it to update.

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At STOCK speeds you should never be crashing. That's not normal. Hopefully it's a software issue and not hardware.

Yeah its a legal version, bought it through steam last year during the summer sale

Tried looking for the Check file validity, only thing I could find like that was about cache, checked it, says it was fine

Weird thing is its not crashing, its running through all the loops, but when it presents me with a score of 0% it also says only 1 loop completed even though I've just sat here and watched it run through them all, I'm guessing this is a software issue as its fine no matter what else i'm doing, benching or playing Fallout 4, just one of those weird yet annoying things
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The MSI EK X are in stock: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127956

Just picked one up and it is already in packing! I also grabbed a 1TB SSD for some more gaming space!
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For me it's quite the opposite heres my score for compare with 2152 core -> http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9256696 i would actually start loosing points when overclocking them memory over 9300mhz effective (+650 set on ab)

Well you are able to get quite a bit more on the clock than I was, and also able to get more on the memory with that clock.

When I clock to +155 (which equals 2075 until 48 degrees) I can only get +575 on memory. If I back that clock off to +140 I can get +750 on the memory. The extra 175mhz on the memory does more for me than the additional 15mhz on the core clock.

I don't have a Silicon Lottery winning card.
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The best I can clock is + 235 0n the core and only +200 on memory, still happy with a total cook speed of around 2063mhz and memory 4200 mhz ..
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Yeah its a legal version, bought it through steam last year during the summer sale

Tried looking for the Check file validity, only thing I could find like that was about cache, checked it, says it was fine

Weird thing is its not crashing, its running through all the loops, but when it presents me with a score of 0% it also says only 1 loop completed even though I've just sat here and watched it run through them all, I'm guessing this is a software issue as its fine no matter what else i'm doing, benching or playing Fallout 4, just one of those weird yet annoying things

Sounds like a software issue. Either driver or 3DMark's issue.

That's weird. I hope it gets fixed or you find a solution thumb.gif
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Am I doing something wrong or did I pull a short straw somewhere?
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Originally Posted by Matt26LFC View Post

Hey dude, how do you get the power limit to 126% or isn;t that possible for the founders edition?

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Originally Posted by Blackfyre View Post

Nowhere did I say that memory is more important than core, nor is it more important in benchmarks and gaming. But Core overclocking is limited, memory overclocking has a bigger potential. This is why you start overclocking the Memory first (which is the advice I was giving). If you get it to a stable +650MHz that's good, stop there. No need to go further, keep it on the safe side. In fact, push it to +700Mhz, make sure it doesn't crash under stress testing, then back it down to +650Mhz. Then start overclocking the core because you won't be going much with it anyway (we're all capped).

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Well you are able to get quite a bit more on the clock than I was, and also able to get more on the memory with that clock.

When I clock to +155 (which equals 2075 until 48 degrees) I can only get +575 on memory. If I back that clock off to +140 I can get +750 on the memory. The extra 175mhz on the memory does more for me than the additional 15mhz on the core clock.

I don't have a Silicon Lottery winning card.



+ 235 0n the core and only +200 on memory, still happy with a total clock speed of around 2063mhz and memory 4200 mhz. Also tried memory first but get to around +200 and artefacts and crashing start to occur.

Am I doing something wrong or did I pull a short straw somewhere?
post #780 of 9393
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Originally Posted by wrathofbill View Post

+ 235 0n the core and only +200 on memory, still happy with a total clock speed of around 2063mhz and memory 4200 mhz. Also tried memory first but get to around +200 and artefacts and crashing start to occur.

Am I doing something wrong or did I pull a short straw somewhere?

Wait which GTX 1070 are you using? Brand/Model.

I know every card is different, and every cards boosts differently, but how are you only getting 2063MHz with +235 MHz on the core?

I get 2100MHz by adding +110 Mhz (which is where I start seeing artifacts). But by using +106MHz it's perfectly stable (stress testing, bechmarking, and gaming for hours). That basically translates to 2088 MHz.

As for memory I've went up to +800 and it's stable, I haven't pushed further though. I went back down to +666 and left it there.

My current setup for the last few days has been this:

Core Voltage = 100%.
Power Limit = 126%
Core Clock = +106 MHz
Memory Clock = +666 MHz

That and the custom fan curve I posted earlier give me brilliant results and a nice boost over stock on my MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X.
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