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02-24-2020 02:57 PM
gtbtk
Quote: Originally Posted by neoflix View Post
Better late than never, just got my gtx1070, msi gaming x
My old card was r9 280 so it was really good upgrade for me

Timespy result, memory is +600 and core boost around 2024
https://i.gyazo.com/48e679ada1dc0b6d...ed66c09bde.jpg
My Card really struggled with the memory above about +400 in timespy.

play with the curve rather than the slider to overclock core clock. You don't need to overclock the frequency points at the lower voltage settings to get the performance.

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/651325

https://www.3dmark.com/fs/11532231
02-23-2020 03:38 AM
neoflix Better late than never, just got my gtx1070, msi gaming x
My old card was r9 280 so it was really good upgrade for me

Timespy result, memory is +600 and core boost around 2024
https://i.gyazo.com/48e679ada1dc0b6d...ed66c09bde.jpg
02-21-2020 08:55 PM
gtbtk
Quote: Originally Posted by JustEngry View Post
Hello,
I own gtx 1070 MSI Gaming X with flashed bios to Gaming Z (86.04.1E.00.6C). After overclocking my card I got results of: https://www.3dmark.com/spy/9359082 I can't get 2100Mhz on Core Clock. Gpu-Z shows that I have Samsung Memory. So far my maximum was 2 076 MHz. Everything higher causes freezes (not artifacts). Is there any other BIOS that could help me to break the 2100 wall? My Msi afterburner settings:
Core Voltage: 100
Power Limit: 126
Core Clock: 70
Memory Clock: 775.
Your card has a very old vbios installed on it. Check GPU-Z and see what type of memory that card has installed. If you have Samsung memory, you are fine. If you are running Micron memory, you need to do a bios update. You can get the update utility from the MSI web site for the Gaming Z.

To get 2100 on the card, you need to use the Voltage/Frequency Curve and not the slider. (Assuming that the Silicon is not a complete dog)

Max the Voltage, temp and power limit sliders in afterburner.

Open the Curve editor using CTRL-F

Reset the curve to stock and only boost the voltage points from 1.043v and above. set the 1.043 to say 2050, 1.050v to 2080, 1.063v 2100 and leave the the rest of the points flat after 1.063v at try it out.

if it crashes, reduce the levels of the voltage points that you set to something lower and try the next highest voltage point on the curve at 2100. Rinse and repeat until you find something stable.
02-21-2020 08:41 PM
gtbtk
Quote: Originally Posted by icold View Post
I just wish remove 55°C throttling to have fixed 2152mhz
Late reply. Sorry.

The card is not throttling. it is performing as per teh design of GPU boost.

To keep the card at a stable frequency. you need to have the max frequency that you wish to obtain set at least one step below the max available voltage on the Voltage/frequency curve. 2 steps will be even better.

GPU boost works by starting at the highers frequency point on the curve. As Temps rise, as each 5 degree temp step, the card will firstly attempt to step up the voltage to maintain frequency until it hits the hard limit of the card and then secondly, step down the frequency.

If you have the curve set to the max frequency at max voltage, there is no voltage headroom available so the only way the cars has to go is to drop the frequency.
01-19-2020 03:24 AM
icold
Quote: Originally Posted by JustEngry View Post
Hello,
I own gtx 1070 MSI Gaming X with flashed bios to Gaming Z (86.04.1E.00.6C). After overclocking my card I got results of: https://www.3dmark.com/spy/9359082 I can't get 2100Mhz on Core Clock. Gpu-Z shows that I have Samsung Memory. So far my maximum was 2 076 MHz. Everything higher causes freezes (not artifacts). Is there any other BIOS that could help me to break the 2100 wall? My Msi afterburner settings:
Core Voltage: 100
Power Limit: 126
Core Clock: 70
Memory Clock: 775.


My gpu can push 2.152 mhz (below 55°C) The chip is the limit of the overclock
12-30-2019 12:35 PM
Kevinf63 Bit of a cross-post, I apologize! I wrote my thread before noticing this club thread!

My Question:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/69-n...-limit-oc.html
11-23-2019 07:03 AM
TwilightRavens
Quote: Originally Posted by JustEngry View Post
I'm using traditional sliders. My current Gpu voltage is const. 1.093. Max temperature in 3DMark and Heaven Benchmark was 70 degrees. That's how the curve looks like
Personally i’d use the curve, when I used the sliders on my 1080 the highest oc i could get was 2062, but if you just max the fan out and adjust 1.093v first you might be surprised on what you can get. I was able to get 2126MHz at 1.093v then the step down from there 1.081v drops down to 2113MHz, try doing something like that, or I’d honestly start with 2100MHz at 1.093v then 2088MHz at 1.081v then adjust the others in 13MHz increments. Don’t forget to hit apply in afterburner before closing the graph or starting the stress. Keep gpu-z monitoring open in the background when stressing it so you can see at which voltage step and clock the stress fails at (Firestrike is really good at finding an instability in Pascal in the 1st and 2nd graphics tests), if you make note of that you pretty much know which voltage state is unstable. It looks extremely daunting at first but after you get in the rhythm its not too bad.

Oh and honestly its probably not the 2100MHz that is causing the instability, i had a lot of trouble with voltage states 1.043v, 1.050v and the one right above that, 1.081v can almost always be run at the same clock as 1.093v and if not is within 13-26MHz of it, fine tuning the curve can be done on each state by a +/-1MHz intervals with the up and down keys on keyboard, but i’d stick with adjusting them by 13MHz intervals because it’ll just round to the closest for you, instead of doing say 2100, 2095 it’ll just round it to 2100, 2100 or 2100, 2088.
11-22-2019 01:06 PM
JustEngry I'm using traditional sliders. My current Gpu voltage is const. 1.093. Max temperature in 3DMark and Heaven Benchmark was 70 degrees. That's how the curve looks like
11-22-2019 10:39 AM
Tiihokatti
Quote: Originally Posted by JustEngry View Post
Hello,
I own gtx 1070 MSI Gaming X with flashed bios to Gaming Z (86.04.1E.00.6C). After overclocking my card I got results of: https://www.3dmark.com/spy/9359082 I can't get 2100Mhz on Core Clock. Gpu-Z shows that I have Samsung Memory. So far my maximum was 2 076 MHz. Everything higher causes freezes (not artifacts). Is there any other BIOS that could help me to break the 2100 wall? My Msi afterburner settings:
Core Voltage: 100
Power Limit: 126
Core Clock: 70
Memory Clock: 775.
Are you doing curve-OC or the traditional slider-OC?
By fiddling around with the curve you can force a tiny bit higher voltage than normal (1.093v): https://forums.evga.com/m/tm.aspx?m=2820280&p=1


Honestly, slider-OC doesn't really work on Pascal as undervolting can get you higher clocks as the temperatures drop.
11-22-2019 07:38 AM
JustEngry Hello,
I own gtx 1070 MSI Gaming X with flashed bios to Gaming Z (86.04.1E.00.6C). After overclocking my card I got results of: https://www.3dmark.com/spy/9359082 I can't get 2100Mhz on Core Clock. Gpu-Z shows that I have Samsung Memory. So far my maximum was 2 076 MHz. Everything higher causes freezes (not artifacts). Is there any other BIOS that could help me to break the 2100 wall? My Msi afterburner settings:
Core Voltage: 100
Power Limit: 126
Core Clock: 70
Memory Clock: 775.
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