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Yeah I use DDU almost every time, my afterburner looks the same as yours except I only have 112% power limit and not using curve. The driver might be the culprit. I'll post a screenshot tonight and try the newer and older drivers to see how it is. Worst case it might be Bios?
Go for curve mode. When i tried to oc this card i started with old style slider changes. Voltage behaved strangely. For example i could not even bypass 1.075 with sliders.
From my post at guru3d forums: "I struggle to understand right now what makes GPU determine which point on curve to choose as the max voltage value, but all i get for now is that throuh curve you can achieve 1.093, whereas with slider-style i capped at 1.075v." - so go for curve mode.
I also would like to try Zotac Firestorm, seems reasonable to try out.
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Finally my GTX1070 is shipped out yesterday, will be here on next Monday. biggrin.gif:thumb:
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Finally my GTX1070 is shipped out yesterday, will be here on next Monday. biggrin.gif:thumb:
gratz mate! don't froget to make them benches after you configure everything)
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My Gaming X keeps hitting voltage limit... Both GPU-z and afterburner states that as clock limiter, gained 40 Mhz just by maxing out the voltage slider but it still wants more. Thought that most pascal cards didn't even scale that well with voltage, might end up nicely with a custom bios later, runs really cool and far away from power limit.

Not the best score, not really tuned the overclock yet. Probably able to push out a bit more still, that was with max clock 2065 + memory 8800.
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First DX12 Results from 3DMark:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13197090

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LINK to higher quality of IMAGE Below:

http://i.imgur.com/NL5Bl22.png

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At home now. Uninstalled msiab, ran ddu, installed 368.39, installed msiab beta4. Gonna run some benchmarks and follow up.

I still find its bouncing around alot but im getting okay scores. Seems like the more i boost the clock the lower voltage it wants to use. At stock it was almost always at 1093mv.


Edited by whicker - 7/14/16 at 4:28pm
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Just got my MSI Gaming 1070 8G and I'm pretty damn happy. SO much better than the Gigabyte WindForce OC.
The fans are so silent, no grinding issues like with the Gigabyte. Thankfully I'm 2 for 2 with no coil whine!

I flashed the MSI Gaming 1070 X 8G BIOS to my card which I had to obtain through a cached version of the page since its been removed for the 1070 for some reason... 1080 BIOS is still up on their site.
This made it boost 100mhz higher, to 1999.5mhz.

With a custom fan curve to hit 50% at 50c and 100% at 80c the card hit 57c/61%/1514rpm max in a run of Unigine Valley Extreme HD.
The Gigabyte fans were obnoxious around 60%, these fans you can barely hear.

Also, the extra 6-pin helps a lot.
With a single 8-pin the Gigabyte WindForce OC was smashing against its 111% TDP and giving pwr perfcaps. With 8+6 pin the MSI it hit 72.4% in Unigine Valley, and limits at 126% in MSI AB.

It's only VRel perfcaps present now which is for 100% of Pascal, and is possible to be fixed when BIOS modding becomes available.

Now to begin overclocking!
I'll also be flashing to the MSI Gaming 1070 Z 8G BIOS whenever that becomes available.
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Just tried a run on Time Spy

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13207589?

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Just got my MSI Gaming 1070 8G and I'm pretty damn happy. SO much better than the Gigabyte WindForce OC.
The fans are so silent, no grinding issues like with the Gigabyte. Thankfully I'm 2 for 2 with no coil whine!

I flashed the MSI Gaming 1070 X 8G BIOS to my card which I had to obtain through a cached version of the page since its been removed for the 1070 for some reason... 1080 BIOS is still up on their site.
This made it boost 100mhz higher, to 1999.5mhz.

With a custom fan curve to hit 50% at 50c and 100% at 80c the card hit 57c/61%/1514rpm max in a run of Unigine Valley Extreme HD.
The Gigabyte fans were obnoxious around 60%, these fans you can barely hear.

Also, the extra 6-pin helps a lot.
With a single 8-pin the Gigabyte WindForce OC was smashing against its 111% TDP and giving pwr perfcaps. With 8+6 pin the MSI it hit 72.4% in Unigine Valley, and limits at 126% in MSI AB.

It's only VRel perfcaps present now which is for 100% of Pascal, and is possible to be fixed when BIOS modding becomes available.

Now to begin overclocking!
I'll also be flashing to the MSI Gaming 1070 Z 8G BIOS whenever that becomes available.

Did you get your MSI on Newegg.ca at $620 CAD ?
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

Just got my MSI Gaming 1070 8G and I'm pretty damn happy. SO much better than the Gigabyte WindForce OC.
The fans are so silent, no grinding issues like with the Gigabyte. Thankfully I'm 2 for 2 with no coil whine!

I flashed the MSI Gaming 1070 X 8G BIOS to my card which I had to obtain through a cached version of the page since its been removed for the 1070 for some reason... 1080 BIOS is still up on their site.
This made it boost 100mhz higher, to 1999.5mhz.

With a custom fan curve to hit 50% at 50c and 100% at 80c the card hit 57c/61%/1514rpm max in a run of Unigine Valley Extreme HD.
The Gigabyte fans were obnoxious around 60%, these fans you can barely hear.

Also, the extra 6-pin helps a lot.
With a single 8-pin the Gigabyte WindForce OC was smashing against its 111% TDP and giving pwr perfcaps. With 8+6 pin the MSI it hit 72.4% in Unigine Valley, and limits at 126% in MSI AB.

It's only VRel perfcaps present now which is for 100% of Pascal, and is possible to be fixed when BIOS modding becomes available.

Now to begin overclocking!
I'll also be flashing to the MSI Gaming 1070 Z 8G BIOS whenever that becomes available.
Bad times with the Gigabyte?

I've been hearing bad things. I'm considering the Strix to go with my Asus board. I looked at the MSI but they made some pretty shaky X99 boards......
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