Hey mates, bought two days ago Palit 1070 Super Jetstream and happy as F***
) You bet! From 560ti to 1070 lol
Such a nice and quiet card, and so cold - 61 degree at 2100 coreclock at 1500 rpm - amazing cooling sytem!
I will copy my post here from guru3d, maybe someone can help me sort out this new MSI Afterburner curve stuff.Heaven 4 results
So, maximum voltage i could get was 1.093 with new 'curve mode management'.
At 2150 core clock, 1.093v and 114 power limit- Heaven bench crashed for me with blue screen. Driver reset itself.
At 2120 core clock - same thing.
2101 core clock - all fine, passed. No artifacts. 100% GPU usage 100% of the time, temps good - 59-61 degress. Again, not a single artifact which were happening at 1.075v.On very rare occasions
card goes to one state backward on curve, which i set to 2088/1.081v. You can see it on top graphs, very short and rare occasions. Also anyone can notice that when this step backward happens - it is at the exact same time when power limit hits max.
Considering whole bench time card was at 100% those half a second short and rare steps backward can be neglected - 2101 core clock line was dead flat whole bench
<- which is perfect - zero throttling.
So, that my results. Also, for reasons i could only divine - card won't use any point on curve after 1.093v. I tend to think that this due to BIOS limitation for power. So it doesn't matter where you will set curve points after 1.093 - card ignores them. Maybe someone could correct me on that or figure out this curve-stuff.
Question - was anyone able to increase 114 powerlimit?