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  1. #381
    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array Detleg PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)ROG G750JM, ROG GL 702VMk
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    Processori7-4930k , i7-6700k, i9-7900x, i9-9900k
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    Graphics Card #1ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 8GB ROG STRIX / EVGA GTX 780 Hydrocopper, EVGA GTX 1080ti, EVGA RTX 2080 TI XC
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    CPU CoolerKoolance CPU-380I , 2x custom water cooled loop EKWB, TT D5
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    Power SupplyEVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2, 80+ GOLD 1300W, ROG THOR 1200 Platinum
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    No lol, I was talking about 3D Mark on steam
    Quote Originally Posted by ravenomega View Post
    Who had an update? Are you talking about my issue with 3dmark? lol

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    Moderator Array Nate152 PC Specs
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    Memory (part number)16GB G.Skill Trident Z - 3600MHz 15-15-15-30-1T
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    Sound CardROG SupremeFX 2015
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    Since you mentioned about the Doom videos I'll post one.

    Performance is great with this game, unfortunately Xsplit Gamecaster doesn't work with Vulkan but works with Open GL 4.5, with Vulkan and depending on your configuration you can expect another 7 - 10 FPS and maybe more, the game pretty much runs at 100+ FPS at 2560 x 1440 resolution with the highest settings and no AA.

    Here is Doom with the latest nvidia driver and the ROG Strix 1070 with my overclock settings in the guide. What I like about this game is it plays great with the FPS well above my monitors refresh rate, I have a 60Hz monitor and with 100 - 150 FPS there is no screen tear or funky mouse movement.


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    Moderator Array Nate152 PC Specs
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    Yeah that is the nvidia driver crashing, your overclock is apparently still a little too high, try backing it off a little more.

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    I think this is my final result. Still have to mess with cpu more, but got it up to 4.4ghz. Probably as high as I'd feel comfortable with for using it daily, unless I go with a better cooler. Right now I have a Hyper 212 Evo. Same gpu OC as before, but now with cpu at 4.4ghz. Also running 1440p natively now, was using Nvidia's DSR before.

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    For comparison, here's my first results with stock cpu and gpu.

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  5. #385
    Moderator Array Nate152 PC Specs
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    hey.toast that looks great !

    In your first screenshot you're 1 FPS faster than me and with a 4670k cpu to boot.

    You did a great job overclocking, with Haswell 75c is the max safe temp so you could try 4.5GHz if you wanted. Don't let the cpu temp go over 90c when stress testing, 90c stress testing temp says you're at the limit.

    Gaming temps max 75c.

    With Skylake Intel says max safe temp is 64c but I don't feel uncomfortable running mine at 70c.

  6. #386
    ROG Enthusiast Array SimDuch PC Specs
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    Cannot push my Strix 1070

    Hi guys, been reading here a lot last couple days... it seems to me that my card wont go very far.

    First ive got Micron memory...sadly

    Second, the minute I push the Core Voltage all the way up, with a minor memory overclock (+250) white squares everywhere with reboot.

    Power Target is at 120

    I was able to put the core voltage to +20 with +500 Mem and +100 GPU and run a succefull Valley bench, but Firestrike will hang and reboot.

    Now I am back with +20 voltage +33 GPU and + 250 Mem all is fine and I score around 6000 at Valley and 15600 Firestrike... !

    What can you suggest to help me push it more ? the temps are always around 60...

    Sorry for my bad English
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  7. #387
    ROG Enthusiast Array warbosschoppa PC Specs
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    MotherboardASUS Z170 Aura/Pro-Gaming
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    Power SupplyCorsair RMi850
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    I have a GTX 1070 Strix non OC version with Micron memory. Before flashing the OC bios onto it I was hitting ~6100-6200 in Time Spy, 2580-2630 in Heavan (Ultra max settings @1080res x8 AA), and around ~6500-6900 in Valley (Ultra max settings @1080 res x0AA). My CPU is a i6700K @ 4.5GHz.

    My average overclocking was around 2114MHz-2151MHz (peak speed when GPU usage exceeded the 112% limit on rare occations) on the Core using a curve and +435 on the Memory. These settings with +100 core voltage and 112% Power Limit. I would crash occasionally at the 2151MHz with the card using the most up to date BIOS for the non OC version of the STRIX card. Card would never exceed 51C in serious constant benching. Usually dropping to 2088MHz regularly in most cases.

    Today I flashed my GPU and loaded the most up to date bios for the O8G OC gaming version of the Strix card giving me a 120% power limit. I've set the Core Voltage to +100 and now with the available higher power limit have that set to 120%. Core is at a +100 giving me a max peak of 2151.5 MHz but 2126MHz speed at regular usage. I also have my memory now at +415 which is a little lower than it was before without flashing my bios with the OC version of the Strix card. Both bios version are the Oct 20th release with the Micron supposed fix for the memory. As a result I've been able to keep my 2126MHz speed without setting a curve or having it drop much with the power allowing the card to be used at 120% power limit.

    With the new bios I can hit 6800-7000 in Valley, 2670 in Heaven, and 6456+ in Time Spy, and 16,767 on FirestrikeClick image for larger version. 

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    Something magical happened, I managed to hit an all time high on both benchmarks for Valley and Heaven.
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    I have also noticed running these benchmarks I don't get consistent results. The other day with Nate's suggestion of setting the power management to high performance I hit over 7000 in Heaven for the first time. But after running the test again shortly after I got 200 less points. I feel until we have the ability to lock voltages or are allowed to set them higher since the true limitation is around ~1.2 (which yes will kill your card) we won't be able to reach our cards full potential with more power giving us a stabler core clock at higher frequencies. Or giving us consistent results in testing.

    And stuff got even more wackier, I hit 7003 in ValleyClick image for larger version. 

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  8. #388
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    Hey guys,

    so I got 1070GTX Strix yesterday and I'm super curious about the 6 points on top of the card, anyone knows how does this work with Asus ROG Series motherboards (I've got Rampage IV Extreme)

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    Thanks a lot for any info on this topic

    o/

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    ROG Enthusiast Array warbosschoppa PC Specs
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    It looks like to me where the 6 pin power connector would normally be soldered into the PCB but the card doesn't have this connector so nothing is soldered into place there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbosschoppa View Post
    It looks like to me where the 6 pin power connector would normally be soldered into the PCB but the card doesn't have this connector so nothing is soldered into place there.
    No no, it would be next to the other power connector, I think that this is the VGA Hotwire thing :

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