Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Netherwind, May 31, 2016.
omg 534euro for what used to be GTX560 uke2:
nvm, best not to get involved lol
Me neither haha
What? I scored 21481@2152MHz in Fire Strike.
As more and more of the custom 1070 boards are being released, you'll see a lot more scores like mine. My card has been rock solid running valley, fire strike and finally finishing up FO4.
No VR works with 980 Ti but with Pascal architecture, GTX 1070 offers more stable framerates and better visual fidelity.
Question, sorry if it has been asked before;
Can I please get a list of all the GTX 1070's that have dual BIOS mode? (aka a BIOS Switcher). If the AMD 480 doesn't live up to expectations I intend to switch to the green side.
As I know
EVGA GTX 100 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0
Is that actually the only one? Because that's the only one I saw too and couldn't believe it. That's freaking ridiculous.
Is this fair enough?
Vs factory OC'ed 1430MHz boost 980TI
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Imo 3dmark 2011 and firestrike do show some certain perf. patterns.
Each test has its own special feature, highly tessellated objects, extra volumetric fog/lights, enhanced shadows and by fps difference you quickly see where you're at.
Speaking of VR, depends what kind, in Steam VR benchmark a factory OC 980Ti scores this, imo that's perfect VR
What we see in those benchmarks proves that GTX 1070 (ref) dominates GTX 980 ti (ref) in every game.
We can't a superoverclocked card (MSI GTX 980 Ti) to nvidia reference GTX 1070, it is unfair !!!
Let me turn things and compare an overclocked GTX 1070 to a ref GTX 980 Ti
Owner of a 1070 now...
uch:Just joined the 1070 fam here with the purchase of the MSI Gaming X 1070. The gigabyte is the one I was shooting for since it's cheap but it sold out as I was pondering which one to get. The Gaming X is the card I really wanted but the price threw me way off but with a 30$ difference I just pulled the trigger and got gouged but I'm happy I got the alert on nowinstock and that I got the opportunity to get a 1070 seeing how they are always sold out. The G1 gigabyte sold out in 3 mins lol. But if anyone else wants a gaming X it's still in stock I think on newegg maybe because the price.
:cheers:I consider it an early birthday present to myself and hopefully I get it before July 12th which is my bday. I picked the super egg saver here's hoping.
I'll post some pics and a review on here after I get the card and some 3d mark and firestrike.
Happy birthday to you and enjoy your gaming experience with your GTX 1070.
Some pics of your pc build won't hurt.
Guys I'll repost the quote above again, is the EVGA FTW the only one that comes with a DUAL BIOS option? And if yes. I cannot get that since I don't see it in stock in ANY local store in my city in Australia. Should I:
If you guys had a choice between the MSI GTX 1070 GAMING X and the Gigabyte GTX 1070 G1 Gaming for the exact same price, which one would you get? And why?
I do have a high-end Gigabyte motherboard, but I doubt there's any benefit in getting the Gigabyte over the MSI (*such as better overclocking headroom, etc; nonesense*).
I had pretty much the same decision to make as you do (the Gigabyte was even a tiny bit cheaper), still I went with MSI GTX 1070 GAMING X. Not only does it look insanely good (it goes PERFECT with black/red color scheme configurations like mine) but also performs quite good.
It should arrive tomorrow, hopefully it won't have any issues, as it was quite hard to get hold of one. :banana:
I'm considering grabbing it before Friday, so let me know what you think about it, and how it overclocks for you, and as much information as you can here. Thanks.
Or I might try to wait and get the EVGA 1070 FTW since it comes with a DUAL BIOS option and I feel that's very important in the long run with these cards and what people will do modding their bioses later on.
I never mess with the bioses (flashing them) on gpus, it's just a thing for ln2 oc'ers for the most part. My MSI GTX 680 Lightning has those switches, and one of them is even called "LN2 BIOS".
But sure, I will come back to this thread, after some thorough testing when I get it.
Hello, I wanted to ask what do you guys think about Gainward Phoenix GLH. My first Nvidia card was an Gainward GTX460 GLH (before that i owned only AMD) and i was very happy with that card. It was the first overclockable card and until now the most stable oc. So can i consider this over Gigabyte (currently own a 970 G1) or MSI (this in my country is pretty expensive). Thanks.
I just wanted to ask, why the hell do you need 1.29v to run a 6700K @ 4.6Ghz
I've toned down my 4790K from 4.7Ghz to 4.6Ghz and I'm using 1.188v (*which equates to 1.2000v under full load in Windows*).
I didn't know the 6700K needed more voltage than the 4790K. I'm still really glad I bought this CPU when it came out. It has been brilliant.
That should be obvious.
Not all CPU samples are the same... :3eyes:
Got a Gigabyte 1070 G1 today. $466 out the door.
Got 19288 Firestrike 1080p. Card boosts to 1930-1974mhz out the box. Temp max at 63c