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Originally Posted by StarGazerLeon View Post

Maybe I did win the silicon lottery, as my 1070 Gaming X is 2560x1440 stable in every game I have tried (2 hours at max setings minimum) at just over 2.1Ghz, which is faster than a 980ti at 1600+. And yes, drivers do improve a GPU's performance over time; varies between games but it is there. Fast forward a year from now and I can see 1070 and 1080 being further away from 980ti and TX. We will see.
All of the reviews I've seen state the cards are able to start at 2 ghz + but throttle back during extended use. Are you sure your card is maintaining that frequency or have you set it and assumed it stayed for the duration of playing?

PS just reread my question and it seems to be the wrong tone to me. I mean nothing other than curiosity. Just wondering if you adjusted the power targets and were using a monitoring software. And if so what the adj pt did to efficiency.
Edited by maltamonk - 7/2/16 at 6:32am
post #272 of 389
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Originally Posted by StarGazerLeon View Post

Maybe I did win the silicon lottery, as my 1070 Gaming X is 2560x1440 stable in every game I have tried (2 hours at max setings minimum) at just over 2.1Ghz, which is faster than a 980ti at 1600+. And yes, drivers do improve a GPU's performance over time; varies between games but it is there. Fast forward a year from now and I can see 1070 and 1080 being further away from 980ti and TX. We will see.

Funny that it didn't happen with drivers with 780 vs 980Ti/980 in time, it also didn't happen with drivers 600 series vs 700 series, but whatever. You can belive in Drivers magic, that if fine with me.

Funny that my 1555 980Ti let me play on Max settings on 2560x1440 in every game no problem. And your state about it being faster that 1600 980Ti is BS, as tests shows that 1070 and 980Ti OCed is basicely the same card, with super small performance difference in some games, once for 1070, once for 980Ti. Everybody knows that at this point, that 1070=980Ti.

And 2,1 on your 1070? Man, look at other threads, that is normal, standard OC for this card like 1400 was for 980Ti. Everybody and their mother have 2,1 on OCed 1070 and 1080. Those cards are poor overclockers sadly frown.gif. You win lottery if you show me 2,3 on your card smile.gif.

And belive me, we can both check in few months when you will have your new drivers for 1070 and I can 100% guarantee you that your fps in games and my fps in games WON'T change at all smile.gif.

But whatever makes you feel better man smile.gif.
Edited by Benny89 - 7/2/16 at 6:33am
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Nvm, got it.
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All of the reviews I've seen state the cards are able to start at 2 ghz + but throttle back during extended use. Are you sure your card is maintaining that frequency or have you set it and assumed it stayed for the duration of playing?

PS just reread my question and it seems to be the wrong tone to me. I mean nothing other than curiosity. Just wondering if you adjusted the power targets and were using a monitoring software. And if so what the adj pt did to efficiency.

Mine doesn't throttle at all, but I also can't reach 2.1 Ghz. The highest I can get stable is around 2063 with out fiddling with the power. I'm very pleased with the performance gains it has given me compared to my 780 Ti, to say the least.
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@Benny89: This is not about what makes me 'feel better'. That's a pretty immature tone you've got there. This is about educated guesses based on previous generations and the gradual improvements that new drivers bring to new GPUs. Why would Nvidia even bother releasing new drivers post new GPU release versions?

@maltamonk: No need for the tone clarification, but I appreciate it anyhow. smile.gif As for your question: I am monitoring core clock speed over extended play sessions with RTSS via Afterburner, and my core clock remains at 2126Mhz with the rare dip to 2088Mhz. I set the power target to 126% and have kept it there, so I don't know how much of an improvement it is over 100% power target. I am waiting to see what a modded BIOS can do so I can slap a block on it and go to town.
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all this talk of 1070 overclocks just makes me more anxious for receiving my amp extreme 1070 on friday.
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Mine doesn't throttle at all, but I also can't reach 2.1 Ghz. The highest I can get stable is around 2063 with out fiddling with the power. I'm very pleased with the performance gains it has given me compared to my 780 Ti, to say the least.

I'm in the same boat, went from a Titan Black to a 1080. Huge performance gains, I can reach 2078 on the boost but it rarely stays there for extended periods, I play on 2560x1080.
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Hey guys, I had a question regarding the the maximum performance of the 1070/1080/980 Ti.
I was looking at the 3D Mark Hall of Fame for Fire Strike Extreme (X1 GPU) and I noticed that there wasn't a 1080 or 1070 in the top ten at all, it was all 980 Ti's.
In fact there isn't a GTX 10X0 card to be seen until the 24th overall score.

I would expect if the GTX 1080 is a faster card, then it should have smoked all these 980 Ti scores by now, correct?

I'm sure there's just something I'm misunderstanding.
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I had a 980 ti G1 would do 1550 core 500 mem stock with my custom bios I could do 1590/600 mem and get 22,600 fire strike extreme 1 gpu..at 2k 1070 close with 980ti at 4k 980 ti starts to make 1070 look like I would never upgrade/sideways grade to a 1070 from 980 ti unless you care about power savings... I bought titan x with what I sold my 980 ti for .. I did sell my ti early before they all hit ebay ..My titan with water block custom bios does 1530/520 22,500 fire strike but I game at 4k and when I game I can turn setting up higher with my titan x with 12 gb ram than I could with my 980 ti.. and I thought about buying 1080 because I know it is faster but could not see hassle for a 10-18%
when it still can't max 4k.....glad I waited with new titan p rumors my 2c...
post #280 of 389
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Originally Posted by Butthurt Beluga View Post

Hey guys, I had a question regarding the the maximum performance of the 1070/1080/980 Ti.
I was looking at the 3D Mark Hall of Fame for Fire Strike Extreme (X1 GPU) and I noticed that there wasn't a 1080 or 1070 in the top ten at all, it was all 980 Ti's.
In fact there isn't a GTX 10X0 card to be seen until the 24th overall score.

I would expect if the GTX 1080 is a faster card, then it should have smoked all these 980 Ti scores by now, correct?

I'm sure there's just something I'm misunderstanding.

You have to understand what you're looking at.

The top 980 Ti scores are all examples of extreme to the point of virtually unobtainable systems. The level of CPU, memory, and GPU overclocking those systems are using is NOT indicative of anything normal people could achieve. The #2 on the list has a 980 Ti overclocked to 1977mhz. You're never going to hit that with any normal cooling system. Unfortunately overclocked CPUs aren't accurately listed but I'll bet that his CPU is well in excess of 5GHZ as well.

And the CPU makes a HUGE difference in Firestrike/Extreme/Ultra. Simply moving from a 4790k to a 6700k at the same speed will increase your score by 1500 or so. Firestrike Extreme is NOT a GPU benchmark, it's a full system benchmark. Which is why you see the R9 Fury X at #26 beating out hundreds of 1080s and 980TIs.
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