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post #1 of 19
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Hi Nvidia .. good men


I bought the card .. Pascal in 1070 and went to the performance of the existing link in the Firstrike ..
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9882413

All info in link


..

Previously: the card GTX 970 Referance reached to raise the frequency and energy by modifying the BIOS to the performance in the following link, note that the fracture was fit for the Games and tests

This link for fire strike on gtx 970
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9526503

Conclusion: is there will be modified bios card Pascal or not.

Sorry .. bad lang ..💔
post #2 of 19
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Originally Posted by ZakZakXxX View Post

Hi Nvidia .. good men


I bought the card .. Pascal in 1070 and went to the performance of the existing link in the Firstrike ..
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9882413

All info in link


..

Previously: the card GTX 970 Referance reached to raise the frequency and energy by modifying the BIOS to the performance in the following link, note that the fracture was fit for the Games and tests

This link for fire strike on gtx 970
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9526503

Conclusion: is there will be modified bios card Pascal or not.

Sorry .. bad lang ..💔


You should only be looking at the graphics score in Firestrike if you are comparing with other people on line because everyone has a different CPU configuration and it will always change the overall score.

20900 is a very good GTX 1070 Graphics score. The best I have managed is just under 20600 with maximum overclock I have managed but I am also running on an i7-2600 which scores poorly compared to newer CPUs in physics and overall scores.

Your 970 only made about 13,000 on the graphics score which is about 40% slower
post #3 of 19
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GTX 970 is the reference of the ZOTAC This higher overclocking with increasing frequency 1MHZ enough to receive an error message, note that he was raising the maximum consumption of private volts of profile 55-74 in the BIOS and plan .. note that the preliminary result before the break was 9805 Graphics SCORE After amendment became 13569 ..

The 1070 card there is an urgent need to modify the BIOS and set limits on the consumption of energy and heat to die and make the card a fixed frequency is 2012 MHZ and then raise the volts suitable as well as install the memory frequency to 4500 instead of lifting each time
post #4 of 19
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Originally Posted by ZakZakXxX View Post

GTX 970 is the reference of the ZOTAC This higher overclocking with increasing frequency 1MHZ enough to receive an error message, note that he was raising the maximum consumption of private volts of profile 55-74 in the BIOS and plan .. note that the preliminary result before the break was 9805 Graphics SCORE After amendment became 13569 ..

The 1070 card there is an urgent need to modify the BIOS and set limits on the consumption of energy and heat to die and make the card a fixed frequency is 2012 MHZ and then raise the volts suitable as well as install the memory frequency to 4500 instead of lifting each time

I can get 2012mhz with .975mv on the curve so I dont think that these cards are that limited by voltage. Have you tried using the afterburner curve of are you just sticking to the slider? I have found that the curve will limit overclocks to mid 2000s before things start crashing.
post #5 of 19
Thread Starter 
2012 frequency to 0.975 volts is not a fixed frequency in terms of performance, despite declines by high-frequency curve.

Must raise the temperature and voltage limit of the BIOS through any modification tool is now by programming experts and decryption curse Pascal BIOS Editor:o:mad:
post #6 of 19
Quote OP: "is there will be modified bios card Pascal or not."

There is no answer to your question...
post #7 of 19
Thread Starter 
They say that we should wait.
post #8 of 19
The maker of Maxwell bios editor said he would not work on Pascal editor.
So we are probably waiting for nothing.smile.gif
post #9 of 19
Thread Starter 
I buy new gtx 1070 amp for sli and dx12 games supported MLA
post #10 of 19
This is pure speculation..The only way we will get it is if:
1. An nVidia employee leaks it
or
2. Third party partner employee leaks it...
     
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