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how you guys in the US see the market moving with the soon to come 1070TI release? is there people here ready to trade in their beloved 1070 for a TI variant?

are there any idea about retail pricing yet?

 

I cant really see much benefit trading up from a 1070 to a 1070TI. I can run almost at reference 1080 speeds now.

 

Assuming that they don't change the voltage controller from the standard one, I am going to try cross flashing my 1070 with a 1070TI bios to see if I can unlock some extra cuda cores though.

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My GTX-1070 FE is thermal throttling like crazy lately. Any thoughts on possible solutions? I'm down to either changing cases to improve the air intake for it, or trying to shoehorn a watercooling setup into my current case.

If you take the side panel off the PC, does it improve the temps? If not, changing case wont help

 

Have you ever tried cleaning the accumulated dust out of the cooler? The way you state the question sounds like it never used to be like that so dust is most likely the reason for the temp increase

 

You can try some compressed air. Taking the shroud off make make access easier. 

 

You can also remove the cooler completely, clean it out completely and then re-paste the GPU when you put it back together again and you should see an improvement.

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If you take the side panel off the PC, does it improve the temps? If not, changing case wont help

Have you ever tried cleaning the accumulated dust out of the cooler? The way you state the question sounds like it never used to be like that so dust is most likely the reason for the temp increase

You can try some compressed air. Taking the shroud off make make access easier. 

You can also remove the cooler completely, clean it out completely and then re-paste the GPU when you put it back together again and you should see an improvement.

I'll give the compressed air dust-cleaning a shot. My solution is going to be rather dramatic: I'm sticking everything in a SG13b while I prep my Hadron Air case for a full water loop. biggrin.gif
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I found my best performance sweet spot to be around 2088/2076Mhx with memory at 9200Mhz from memory. I could run the card over 2100 MHz but the scores didn't really improve.

You are spot on. My card is doing the same. I finally settled on the core - 2100 at 1.081 is just not worth it. I can achieve 2075 at 1.050 with my temps (i have an FTO2 so airflow is superb). And if i can crank it up abit further i will prob achieve 2088 @ 1050. Worst case scenario - will settle at 1.067 so it never drops the core down.

The real suprise has been the memory - increasing the VTT voltage in the bios allowed me to go way past 8400 on the samsung ram. Im now at 9000 thumb.gif. Steadily increasing whilst testing in firestrike to make sure performance doesnt drop off somewhere. Whats the most efficient way to test memory/artifacts though...long instances of GPU-Z?

Please flash the 1070ti bios - i will be eagerly waiting to see what magic unfolds.. biggrin.gif:D:D
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If you take the side panel off the PC, does it improve the temps? If not, changing case wont help

Have you ever tried cleaning the accumulated dust out of the cooler? The way you state the question sounds like it never used to be like that so dust is most likely the reason for the temp increase

You can try some compressed air. Taking the shroud off make make access easier. 

You can also remove the cooler completely, clean it out completely and then re-paste the GPU when you put it back together again and you should see an improvement.

I'll give the compressed air dust-cleaning a shot. My solution is going to be rather dramatic: I'm sticking everything in a SG13b while I prep my Hadron Air case for a full water loop. biggrin.gif

That will certainly make things run cooler. If that pushes your buttons go right ahead but I'm pretty confident that the compressed air will tide you over until the loop is ready

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I found my best performance sweet spot to be around 2088/2076Mhx with memory at 9200Mhz from memory. I could run the card over 2100 MHz but the scores didn't really improve.

You are spot on. My card is doing the same. I finally settled on the core - 2100 at 1.081 is just not worth it. I can achieve 2075 at 1.050 with my temps (i have an FTO2 so airflow is superb). And if i can crank it up abit further i will prob achieve 2088 @ 1050. Worst case scenario - will settle at 1.067 so it never drops the core down.

The real suprise has been the memory - increasing the VTT voltage in the bios allowed me to go way past 8400 on the samsung ram. Im now at 9000 thumb.gif. Steadily increasing whilst testing in firestrike to make sure performance doesnt drop off somewhere. Whats the most efficient way to test memory/artifacts though...long instances of GPU-Z?

Please flash the 1070ti bios - i will be eagerly waiting to see what magic unfolds.. biggrin.gif:D:D

I found VCCIO and CPU PLL helped me improve GPU stability on my rig. I have come to the conclusion that the "silicon lottery" is way overstated and blamed for many issues that can be resolved with a bit of bios tweaking. "The experts" don't believe me though.

 

I wont do it if the bios is locked for overclocking. I don't think that Nvidia would do that though, I suspect that the rumor about overclocking is a restriction on the AIB partners to sell the cards all at reference settings.

 

I cant see any reason why it should not at least run on the card if the voltage controller stays the same. The memory controller and base chip should be the same. I'm not sure if the cores are disabled because of something physical or only due to a bios setting. This is the first time that a base card and the TI has the same memory and base chip so it will be interesting to see what happens. 

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I found VCCIO and CPU PLL helped me improve GPU stability on my rig. I have come to the conclusion that the "silicon lottery" is way overstated and blamed for many issues that can be resolved with a bit of bios tweaking. "The experts" don't believe me though.

I wont do it if the bios is locked for overclocking. I don't think that Nvidia would do that though, I suspect that the rumor about overclocking is a restriction on the AIB partners to sell the cards all at reference settings.

I cant see any reason why it should not at least run on the card if the voltage controller stays the same. The memory controller and base chip should be the same. I'm not sure if the cores are disabled because of something physical or only due to a bios setting. This is the first time that a base card and the TI has the same memory and base chip so it will be interesting to see what happens. 
lol.
"silicon lottery" is for the weak to explain what they dont know about.
nowadays, enthusiasts are everywhere, playing rgb and tempered glass.
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Originally Posted by gtbtk View Post

I found VCCIO and CPU PLL helped me improve GPU stability on my rig. I have come to the conclusion that the "silicon lottery" is way overstated and blamed for many issues that can be resolved with a bit of bios tweaking. "The experts" don't believe me though.

I wont do it if the bios is locked for overclocking. I don't think that Nvidia would do that though, I suspect that the rumor about overclocking is a restriction on the AIB partners to sell the cards all at reference settings.

I cant see any reason why it should not at least run on the card if the voltage controller stays the same. The memory controller and base chip should be the same. I'm not sure if the cores are disabled because of something physical or only due to a bios setting. This is the first time that a base card and the TI has the same memory and base chip so it will be interesting to see what happens. 

Hi,
Can you explain how CPU PLL improves GPU overclocking? My MSI Laptop (mainboard MS 17-A1) has access to CPU PLL (i forget but i think it's in mv). , but NO memory voltage or I/O voltage settings. There is "AC/DC loadline for I/A domain (CPU core), system Agent (what?), GT sliced, GT uncliced (worthless). I have no idea what changing AC/DC loadline does for the system agent., especially since SA voltage (VCCSA??) is not accessible.

Thank you.
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Physx settings: GPU or CPU?
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Physx settings: GPU or CPU?

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