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Potentially, make sure it isn't cause of power limit though as my card was "throttling" because of power target at higher clocks.

dunno but vrel appears when I hit 42C. Always at 42C.
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dunno but vrel appears when I hit 42C. Always at 42C.

Hmm, well I don't use GPU-Z so I can't say for certain if it shows power usage and such but if ur power usage is reaching the power limit you have set then that's what's causing the dynamic frequency.
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I have power limit maxed at 120% and voltage at 100%. I only get Vrel on 100% load and if my temp is 42C and above (which I rarely get). Some games don't even need 100% load so I only get throttled on heavy games like Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, BF4 (if it reaches 100% load but usually it is just 90%). However at 100% load below 42C it won't throttle at all. VDDC (1.093v) doesn't drop even if it says Vrel though, if youre wondering. Power consumption also around 70-72% TDP
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I have power limit maxed at 120% and voltage at 100%. I only get Vrel on 100% load and if my temp is 42C and above (which I rarely get). Some games don't even need 100% load so I only get throttled on heavy games like Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, BF4 (if it reaches 100% load but usually it is just 90%). However at 100% load below 42C it won't throttle at all. VDDC (1.093v) doesn't drop even if it says Vrel though, if youre wondering. Power consumption also around 70-72% TDP

Hmm not sure man, those temps are extremely low though but nonetheless the 2100+ clock is pretty solid for a 1070 when it comes to not being affected by Dyanmic Frequency (which is what's actually happening here and is a little different then throttling), but I'm not sure how to resolve it as I'm new to OCing myself lol
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This is interesting but really 42C is really low for a temp threshold. I qant to know if this is an isolated case for the Zotac 1000 series cards only or if it affects all others. At this point, I would think everyone already knows, right?
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This is interesting but really 42C is really low for a temp threshold. I qant to know if this is an isolated case for the Zotac 1000 series cards only or if it affects all others. At this point, I would think everyone already knows, right?

Well the thing is the 1060 is a bit easier to OC due to the lower amount of cure cores (or least I've heard) so as I was saying reaching a 100% OC of 2100 on a 1070 isn't too bad, I know I just saw a review of the 1080 Classified which is a supposed king of OCing (getting mine soon) and even though the guy had in his charts that he achieved a 2164 OC I noticed during tests it went down to 2050-2100 or somewhere around there, giving this was on air cooled but yeah.
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This is interesting but really 42C is really low for a temp threshold. I qant to know if this is an isolated case for the Zotac 1000 series cards only or if it affects all others. At this point, I would think everyone already knows, right?

You could probably ask people with the same set up as my card. Probably people with MSI Seahawk or like what I have (kraken g10 + AIO).
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Well the thing is the 1060 is a bit easier to OC due to the lower amount of cure cores (or least I've heard) so as I was saying reaching a 100% OC of 2100 on a 1070 isn't too bad, I know I just saw a review of the 1080 Classified which is a supposed king of OCing (getting mine soon) and even though the guy had in his charts that he achieved a 2164 OC I noticed during tests it went down to 2050-2100 or somewhere around there, giving this was on air cooled but yeah.

You are right, people might have achieved a 2164MHz OC but after a while their cards get throttled down to 2050-2100MHz like you said.

What I think is happening is that it throttles in steps. Like first throttle would be small, like what happens to me, from 2113MHz to 2100MHz. When I hit the next temperature point another throttle with initiate like from 2100MHz to 2088MHz, next would be 2088 to 2075MHz, next 2075 to 2050 MHz and so on. I just don't know how far it goes. When I had my stock cooler (AMP Extreme! with max temp of 52C).

When I still had my stock cooler (amp extreme cooler) which had a max temp of 52-54C my overclock of 2075MHz would go down to 2025MHz immediately once it reaches my max temperature.
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Temp is not the only reason for throttling.. Can be powerlimiters and alot of other stuff too.. I don't like it either. I want static 3D clocks. I had to modify my own firmware to get that..
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You could probably ask people with the same set up as my card. Probably people with MSI Seahawk or like what I have (kraken g10 + AIO).
You are right, people might have achieved a 2164MHz OC but after a while their cards get throttled down to 2050-2100MHz like you said.

What I think is happening is that it throttles in steps. Like first throttle would be small, like what happens to me, from 2113MHz to 2100MHz. When I hit the next temperature point another throttle with initiate like from 2100MHz to 2088MHz, next would be 2088 to 2075MHz, next 2075 to 2050 MHz and so on. I just don't know how far it goes. When I had my stock cooler (AMP Extreme! with max temp of 52C).

When I still had my stock cooler (amp extreme cooler) which had a max temp of 52-54C my overclock of 2075MHz would go down to 2025MHz immediately once it reaches my max temperature.

I'd imagine the steps just begin lower then we think. In short the better temps you have the more stable OC you're gonna get and in my book a stable OC isn't how far you can push ur card before it starts to crash but an OC that remains the same for hours on end. Right now my card on air (MSI 1060) as stated is 2101 with a 690-700 on the memory (still working on it) and it sometimes gets dropped down to 2088 so in the end I'll just leave it at 2088 if I can't lower the temps enough. Where as if this was water cooled I could be seeing near 2150 or even more potentially.

I've also heard that once the tools are released and we can mod the bios that we'll be able to control this dynamic frequency a bit more.
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Temp is not the only reason for throttling.. Can be powerlimiters and alot of other stuff too.. I don't like it either. I want static 3D clocks. I had to modify my own firmware to get that..

Could be, but the real max voltage limit of pascal cards is 1.25v. I really do hope bios editors will come out soon. I had fun overclocking my maxwell card before lol.
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