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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?

They seem to be capped at 1.093v, different GPU architecture, so maybe there's a reason these are limited from the mfg at these lower voltages.
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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?

I was wrong. Mine is doing the same thing too now. Even at stock clocks. There was a 5Mb update to 3DMark around 2 days ago, so when I tested today it was giving me 0% even though it was finishing all 20 runs. Same issue as you exactly.

Update must have made things conflict somewhere.

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Overclock still very stable though.
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I was wrong. Mine is doing the same thing too now. Even at stock clocks. There was a 5Mb update to 3DMark around 2 days ago, so when I tested today it was giving me 0% even though it was finishing all 20 runs. Same issue as you exactly.

Update must have made things conflict somewhere.

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Overclock still very stable though.

Ok, i was scratching my head last night as well. I know i ran this test few days ago and ran fine then last nght I got 2 failed in a row.. Tested it via stock and same thing.. So seems to be a software issue.
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Ok, i was scratching my head last night as well. I know i ran this test few days ago and ran fine then last nght I got 2 failed in a row.. Tested it via stock and same thing.. So seems to be a software issue.

100% Software issue.

It's good I remembered there was a small 5Mb update for it on Steam around 2 days ago. Otherwise I was sitting here panicing too. lol
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Haha, good to hear guys! Was getting a little concerned, guess i can stop the test i literally just started.

Came home from work this afternoon and decided to forget it for a bit so i watched Deadpool instead, gotta say great movie lol Only problem with it is I cant ever see it again for the first time again lol
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Guys how did you force your cards to use 1,093v? My card almost always stays at 1,075-1,81 i saw 1,093 only once, Ive got msi gaming x 1070 with oc bios.
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Guys how did you force your cards to use 1,093v? My card almost always stays at 1,075-1,81 i saw 1,093 only once, Ive got msi gaming x 1070 with oc bios.

Set the sliders (Voltage and Power Target) to max and play a game that pushes your card.
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Guys how did you force your cards to use 1,093v? My card almost always stays at 1,075-1,81 i saw 1,093 only once, Ive got msi gaming x 1070 with oc bios.

I have everything slid to max and I only see 1.093V and 2088MHz in benchmarks.

Doom maxed out I sit between 1.080V-1.093V and 2075MHz-2088MHz.
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Guys how did you force your cards to use 1,093v? My card almost always stays at 1,075-1,81 i saw 1,093 only once, Ive got msi gaming x 1070 with oc bios.

No you shouldn't force constant voltage. It's not safe when the GPU clocks itself down and you're giving it 1.0930v at 200Mhz

However, if you press CTRL + F while using MSI AfterBurner you will be presented with the ability to overclock using a voltage/frequency curve editor.

First of all, don't play with this if you don't know what you're doing. So I recommend reading about it first.

But if you locate where 1093 is on the x axis, and click on it. You can drag it up to the clock that you want to be running at that voltage.

So for example I drag that up to 2101 MHz and exit the curve. And it forces the videocard to use 2101 MHz at 1.0930v but the problem you explain happens because there's this really stupid safety measure in the GPU's that we found which automatically clocks your videocard down the moment it goes beyond 54 degrees celsius. And again after 65 degrees celsius.

So right now we're all basically capped. There's no point of trying to push over the limit, because you can't push much anyway. It's not worth the hassle. We're blocked by the either the BIOS or hardware locks. And it's frustrating.

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OC(O8G) or non-OC(8G) Strix?

Does anyone know if the cards are binned better for OC?

About to pull the trigger on the OC Strix for $419.
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