The GTX 1070 Thread

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

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  1. Solfaur

    Solfaur Ancient Guru

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    Pretty much, looks and noise level. OC is pure lottery.
     
  2. Loophole35

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    Well I just joined the club. Picked up a 1070 SC today. Will get it set up in my i5 rig. The i7 watercooled rig is awaiting the 1080Ti or big Vega and a core upgrade.
     
  3. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Prices continue to drop here in Holland, looking good! :D

    €474 and dropping.
     
  4. Loophole35

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    Firestrike score is a little low. wonder if it is due to 2500k only at 4.5Ghz or PCIe 2.0? I mean it's only off Hilbert's GFX score by 400 points.
     

  5. mahanddeem

    mahanddeem Master Guru

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    My Gigabyte 1070 G1 scored a graphic score of 19435 before I returned it. It boosted to 1935-1974. Sort of regret returning it! Looks like even MSI with its 10 power phases in general don't boost higher! On bone stock that is.
    Only thing with it was it constantly hit power limit of 95-107
     
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  6. Corbus

    Corbus Ancient Guru

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    That or you might have custom driver settings in the Nvidia CP. Increasing eyecandy decreases score. But your platform is dragging the score down a bit ,im sure.


    Out of curiosity ,why did you return it?

    Also my power limit is a bit weird, don't know if a bug or not from MSI AB but i once saw a power limit of 144% after a Timespy run , even though max in AB is 120%, and when playing games i often see 122-124 %.
     
  7. mahanddeem

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    Wasn't a wise move! I'm still torned between getting a 1070 or getting 1080ti when it'll be available.
    Also didn't like the plastic shroud and it turned out all these cards became plastic.
     
  8. CronosX9x9X

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    My Gaming X with PL in AB 126% goes to 1947Mhz on boost kinda just left it there because I've been sidetracked with going out for my bday weekend and dates and such. I've kinda regreted not waiting but every time I see the thing in my case I smile and just don't worry.

    I'll try to get some OC tests today then put the OC bios on and see my performance.

    I doubt I need to keep any of the OC for 1080p and keep it on the default OC bios mode and only crank it up If I really need to but I think unless it's DX12 I should be good unless I decide to get a 1440p monitor.
     
  9. Loophole35

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    Nope fresh driver install no profiles yet and After Burner is not installed. I will play around with it more later. I had a feeling that my Sandy Bridge may hold it back just slightly. Again not by much.
     
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    Ah, you upgraded! Congrats!

    Your score is ok, my physics score is also low with 2500k @4.5ghz see here
    http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=5295501&postcount=964
     
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    Yep, exactly what I'm doing, minus the water.
     
  13. Solfaur

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    I thought I'd have a bit of buyer's remorse, but I serioulsy don't. Until AMD puts out a contender, prices on 1070/1080 will not drop significantly anyway.

    Unless you have a 144Hz monitor, for 1080p the 1070 out of the box OC is more than enough. I'd still advise to put some memory OC in 5-600 will do. But other than that, the difference is minimal when it comes to core OC.

    I'm at 1440p @60Hz and I'm very happy with performance @2068~/9410MHz.
     
  14. mjorgenson

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    I think the 1070 is a better deal than the 1080. with the 970/980/980ti, the 980 became the weird middle child. Same as the 1080 will be when the 1080ti comes out.
     
  15. Loophole35

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    QFT 100% agree.
     

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    Just flashed my GB WF2 1070 with G1 BIOS and while no benefits flashed the Xtreme Gaming one...despite the 114 vs 111% maximum PT the memory flew up
    10ghz mark was hit with GDDR5 on stok AIR cooler :))
    [​IMG]
     
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    the review for the 1070 g1 gaming, say this

    "The card has a 160 Watt rated TDP, 75 Watts is delivered though the PCIe slot, then 150 Watts through the single 8-pin PEG (PCI Express graphics) power connector and another 75 Watts though the extra 6-pin connector. "

    where is that additional 6 pin connector?
     
  18. oGow89

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    Lol

    Well you know, being a computer nerd ahem Hilbe... sometimes requires taking part in some recreational activities, in which one at times starts writing a review. :banana:

    Give the man a break, seeing how many cards coming out at once with so many people asking for reviews. Besides if you notice, you would see him talking about the gtx 1070 cards in general. I'd say the review was written to include all gtx 1070 cards with slight changes to suit each card being reviewed. This card has only 1 8 pin pci connector.
     
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    OKAAY!! Just upgraded to Windows 10 and all my stuttering issues have gone...no more BF4 laggy stuttering..... smooth as silk!!
     
  20. Koniakki

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    Guys I need some input please.

    Has anyone any experience with Palit GTX 1070 Dual? I can't find anything solid on it.

    Looks like a Founder's Edition PCB with a cheap double fan cooler?

    Do you think the JetStream it's worth the price premium of 30euros over the DUAL model(439 vs 469 euros)?

    I'm feeling "cheap" right now and I'm thinking about this Palit GTX 1070 DUAL card but something tells me I might regret it later.

    Any info would be appreciated.


    Palit GTX 1070 DUAL specs:

    http://www.palit.com/palit/vgapro.php?id=2679&lang=en&pn=NE51070015P2-1043D&tab=sp

    Palit GTX 1070 JetStream specs:

    http://www.palit.com/palit/vgapro.php?id=2624&lang=en

    [​IMG]
     
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