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Has any of these cards been revealed to NOT whine? I've read a lot of these have a high pitch whine...

They only whine at High FPS. The higher the FPS the higher the whine. So if you're the type of person who has V-Sync on in 95% of the games and they're running @ 60FPS, like me for example, my card never whines.

When I play CS Go and FPS is through the roof, and V-Sync is off, it whines. But speaker or headphones make it inaudible anyway.
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Has any of these cards been revealed to NOT whine? I've read a lot of these have a high pitch whine...

I haven't heard anything from my MSI but I don't run anything at high FPS. If I am getting more than 80fps on average I turn the settings up, if the settings can't go up I play it on my 4k screen.
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You can also set a specific frame rate target in the nvidia control panel and the card will clock itself down or up to try and meet that target. Set it to the refresh rate of your monitor and the whine should go away.
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I haven't heard anything from my MSI but I don't run anything at high FPS. If I am getting more than 80fps on average I turn the settings up, if the settings can't go up I play it on my 4k screen.

It usually happens in menus where the card is going full steam rendering thousands of useless frames a second.
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They only whine at High FPS. The higher the FPS the higher the whine. So if you're the type of person who has V-Sync on in 95% of the games and they're running @ 60FPS, like me for example, my card never whines.

When I play CS Go and FPS is through the roof, and V-Sync is off, it whines. But speaker or headphones make it inaudible anyway.
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You can also set a specific frame rate target in the nvidia control panel and the card will clock itself down or up to try and meet that target. Set it to the refresh rate of your monitor and the whine should go away.
It usually happens in menus where the card is going full steam rendering thousands of useless frames a second.
I have a 4K monitor. One frustration I have is the 1070 isn't quite powerful enough to give me 60FPS @ 4K on new games. My backlog for old games is enormous, though.

I do wonder how electronic whine isn't resolved before shipping. I had a laptop with an Intel chip that whined...I didn't keep it long.
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Alright @Blackfyre, I downloaded firestrike today and did as you said. I started off bringing the power limit to the max which was 112 for me. Then I started with 500MHz+ with msi afterburner (new beta) and ran firestrike, no problems at all. Then I kept increasing it and now I'm at 900MHz+ and it still is running fine on firestrike. Kinda seems abnormal since yours was 600MHz+, what gives? I've paused my OC'ing for now.
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Hey mates, bought two days ago Palit 1070 Super Jetstream and happy as F*** smile.gif) 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:

Screens: http://imgur.com/a/g8faK

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?
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Alright @Blackfyre, I downloaded firestrike today and did as you said. I started off bringing the power limit to the max which was 112 for me. Then I started with 500MHz+ with msi afterburner (new beta) and ran firestrike, no problems at all. Then I kept increasing it and now I'm at 900MHz+ and it still is running fine on firestrike. Kinda seems abnormal since yours was 600MHz+, what gives? I've paused my OC'ing for now.

The gains that you get from overclocking the memory past the 600MHz to 700MHz region are minimal. It's not worth going higher.

Also the temperature we are getting on MSI AfterBurner or any other program is the reading for the CORE, not the memory. Basically you don't know what the memory temperature is running at. Increasing it to 900MHz could mean it's running really hot without you knowing. So yeah, could be damaging in the long-term (it's unknown). So it's better to be safe and stay in the 600MHz to 700MHz region.

CORE overclocking on the other hand, every +25MHz results in bigger changes when it comes to benchmark scores or frame-rate. But we're all limited.

For Anyone Interested:

I did hit 21K finally on the GRAPHICS score on 3DMark today by increasing the fan speed & creating a custom curve CORE/VOLTAGE.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9295027

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I do wonder how electronic whine isn't resolved before shipping. I had a laptop with an Intel chip that whined...I didn't keep it long.

Components have always whined, it's a byproduct of working chips to their max. Computers only got quiet enough for people to notice relatively recently. I guarantee my old Pentium III and GeForce 4 whined, but there was no way I was ever going to hear it over the din those old-school component fans made.
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So what's the reason these cards don't get more stable when you apply more voltage? anyone got any guesses?
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