Mixolyd: welcome to the poor cards club, I've installed Firestrike and that damn thing keeps pushing the OC too high with high temperatures and makes the card crash. There might be some driver hidden crap trying to push the card a little too much when Firestrike is detected. I even switched to a stripped down AfterBurner, no change. Will see after I swap OS and test more games and benches.GTX 1060 stock reference clocks and limits:13307
Clocks usually max out 1848MHz but I forgot to check during this one.GTX 1060 lowered OC so it passes the power hungry crazy Firestrike, +175MHz, +550MHz, max limits:14760
Clocks max out 2012MHz under sustained load and 150W max power consumption, with the newest drivers it takes a while for the clocks to drop down, they must have changed something because with older I was going below 2000MHz with this low OC. Normal gaming is around 110-130W, yet Firestrike peaks into 140-150W.
Dunno why the physics scores are so different, I guess they are not that much CPU bound since CPU ran the same clocks and I also have my crazy Firefox and HWiNFO running in background for the OC result... oh yeah and a background downloading.Edited by JackCY - 9/25/16 at 1:31pm