The GTX 1070 Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Netherwind, May 31, 2016.

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  1. Vxheous

    Vxheous Maha Guru

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    Just use Afterburner to add core/mem. I'm pretty sure you can't use the OC bios on the Founders version
     
  2. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    Yeah I wasn't sure. Got AB on now,

    Power Limit - 112%

    Core - +150

    Memory - +700


    Run 3DMark 11 Performance had no issues scored as follows

    Scored 20741P

    Run 3DMark 11 Xtreme

    Scored - 9081

    no artifacts at all


    Run Firestrike - Same settings as above

    Scored - 16795

    Run Firestrike Extreme - Same settings as above

    Scored - 8915

    Run Firestrike Ultra - Same settings as above

    Well that sucked, Graphics Driver Stopped Responding :'(

    Guess I'll have to back the core down 25 and see what happens, in the meantime I now have to leave for work :'(
     
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  3. 0blivious

    0blivious Ancient Guru

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    Those temps though! 33c max? Nice!
     
  4. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Driver Stopped Responding happens on Non OC videocards as well.

    Noone knows how to fix it, not MS nor NVIDIA.

    Its worse in Windows 10 when it happens while Gaming, as it locks up the system.
     

  5. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    Haha, it was 33 then I upped the power limit and overclocking the mems and core, now it's a staggering 36c lol
     
  6. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    Oh right, didn't know that, perhaps my oc is OK then. I haven't unlocked voltage in AB yet, not sure how much if any the volts will go up by, heard the cards are voltage locked in BIOS so not sure moving the slider up will actually change anything. I'll try when I get home from work!
     
  7. Stormyandcold

    Stormyandcold Ancient Guru

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    Bring core to +123 and go from there. I'd take off at least 100mhz off the memory, not needed.
     
  8. haz_mat

    haz_mat Master Guru

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    Enjoying my new 1070, ended up with the fanboy edition :O - the MSI cards flew off the shelves at microcenter. This one seems to clock ok though, currently getting +200 core at +100 voltage and +112 power.

    Seems to hold >2ghz just fine in firestrike but 2.1 (+205 core) crashes the driver.

    With my 3770k @4.6 I see a nice 44% gain in graphics score over my 290x.
    Firestrike (normal):
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    1070 vs 290x
     
  9. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    You got the MSI FE mate? Thats the one I have. Going to unlock the voltage in AB see how much further I can go
     
  10. haz_mat

    haz_mat Master Guru

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    This one is the Gigabyte FE. Push it as much as it can take, temps don't seem to be a big issue this time around.
     

  11. goat1

    goat1 Ancient Guru

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    So I order an Asus GTX1070 from Newegg on Tues. I have it rush packaged and 3 day shipped. It said I should get it Fri... Its Friday, I checked tracking a little bit ago and it says next Tues. WTF! I got it rush shipped so I would have it for the weekend.. I'm not happy..
     
  12. mjorgenson

    mjorgenson Master Guru

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    I bought a EVGA GTX 1070 SC and am getting similar benchmarks as Matt26LFC. And it seems I can push it farther as it does not seem to be breaking a sweat.

    It is a really nice card.
     
  13. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    I'm liking mine dude! Just been playing fallout4 maxed at 1440p not even overclocked at it runs so nice! Well as well a bethesda game can lol

    I got some better scores in the benches too

    Currently 1st place on HWbot for 3DMark11 Extreme with 9288marks

    I also got a 2nd and 4 3rd places, mostly can't beat them because there running 6-8 core CPUs

    Only thing that can make me consider upgrading is if I go 3440*1440 then perhaps I'll go 1080Ti depending on how much they cost.
     
  14. goat1

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    I'm sure my Asus will be really nice..If I ever get it. Grrrrr!
     
  15. Blackfyre

    Blackfyre Maha Guru

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    Voltage is locked unfortunately on ALL GTX 1070's at the moment. This is why we can't overclock properly (we're all locked on the core between 2000MHz and 2150MHz for those who are lucky enough).

    It's locked to 1.09v to 1.092 Max, regardless of how much you push it using AB. It's either BIOS or hardware locked using regulators. Only time will tell. Fingers crossed it's BIOS and someone manages to unlock it. This is with regards to all after market cooled versions, not sure about the FE, but it's probably locked too.

    :nerd:
     

  16. Fender178

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    Maybe with the Gaming Z cards from MSI the Voltage might be unlocked considering MSI is gearing those cards to have the highest clocks out of any of the MSI 1070 cards. Either way it sucks that the voltage is locked but It could be unlocked via the BIOS. I have seen older cards with Voltage lock unlocked with a different or modified BIOS.
     
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  17. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    That really sucks, hopefully the extreme overclocking guys, Kingpin, TiN, Dancop etc etc will figure things out. Especially as I've watercooled mine and a little extra volts aren't going to ruin my temps! Hottest I've seen so far with OC is 37c!

    Thats running +100mv 112% +225 core +675 mems something in that area

    I need the volts!
     
  18. 0blivious

    0blivious Ancient Guru

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    I hope this locked down like a vice overclocking isn't the future. How boring for the PC enthusiast. Tinkering is a big part of the fun.
     
  19. Blackfyre

    Blackfyre Maha Guru

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    Pretty much the only reason I spend said money on these parts. For overclocking. Otherwise what the hell is the point if the manufacturer is locking in my ability to overclock.

    They could literally start producing products that cost them $200. Lock it at different intervals and sell at different prices.

    Soon they'll produce the exact same cards; BIOS or Hardware locked via resisters, clocked at:

    1000MHz Core / 2000MHz Memory = $500
    1500MHz Core / 2500MHz Memory = $750
    2000MHz Core / 3000MHz Memory = $1000

    All costing them $200 to produce.

    :3eyes::3eyes::3eyes:
     
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