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Originally Posted by Blackfyre View Post

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.

I am new to pc building and gaming but learning. I have the Msi FE card it boosts up to 2100 on start up but settles around 2063 and stable.
Core Voltage is locked
Power limit 112 %
Core clock +235
Memory clock + 200
With custom fan curve sits just under 70 C when gaming.

Ive tried to get memory higher but thats about it.....

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9281567
Edited by wrathofbill - 7/12/16 at 3:44pm
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I got my new GPU, really happy. I added 650 Mem and 100 core, Power Limit 126 didn't touch my CPU. Broke 20K graphics and 15 overall

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thumb.gif Great Price too!
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thumb.gif Great Price too!

I figured paying $11.14 more than the $379 MSRP isn't that bad, given the fact that it has a way better cooler than reference. I been waiting for the price to go down for 1 month already and was planning to go for the Gigabyte Windforce for $399.99 + $4.99 shipped. I'm glad I waited. biggrin.gif
post #786 of 9393
Downloaded the Afterburner Beta, seemed to help just a little like mentioned earlier in the thread.

2088 MHz looks like the sweet spot for now.



On some testing I did see it touch 2100 MHz sometimes, but that didn't prove to be very stable.
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Quick question. My Zotac 1070 AMP clock boost limit is supposed to be at 1797 MHz, but in gaming/benches it seem to go all the way up to 1949. Is it normal to exceed the boost limit like that?

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Yes, that is normal...GPU Boost 3.0
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Quick question. My Zotac 1070 AMP clock boost limit is supposed to be at 1797 MHz, but in gaming/benches it seem to go all the way up to 1949. Is it normal to exceed the boost limit like that?


As Dude970 indicated, it's not a limit, it's more of a "recommendation." You are seeing more, as Dude970 stated, due to GPU Boost 3.0, which in turn is giving you that gain because the GPU Boost table affords you a better boost based on power limit, voltage point (this is key) and thermals.

It's basically a free overclock.
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Quick question. My Zotac 1070 AMP clock boost limit is supposed to be at 1797 MHz, but in gaming/benches it seem to go all the way up to 1949. Is it normal to exceed the boost limit like that?


Absolutely normal. The card basically pushes itself as far as it can comfortably go without exceeding the power limits. The better the card, the higher the boost. wink.gif
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