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    For the highest FPS set the Nvidia Control Panel with performance settings.

    Manage 3D settings - Click the Global settings tab and enter:

    Ambient Occlusion - OFF
    Anisotropic filtering - Application Controlled
    Antialiasing FXAA - OFF
    Antialiasing Gamma Correction - OFF
    Antialiasing mode - Application Controlled
    Antialiasing setting - Application Controlled
    Antiliasing Transparency - OFF
    CUDA GPU's - ALL
    DSR Factors - OFF
    DSR Smoothness - OFF
    Maximum pre rendered frames - Use the 3d application setting
    Multiframe sampled AA (MFAA) - OFF
    Muliti display/mixed gpu acceleration - Single display performance mode
    Power management - Optimal Power
    Shader Cache - On
    Texture filtering - Anisotropic sample option - OFF
    Texture filtering Negative LOD bias - Allow
    Texture filtering Quality - High performance
    Texture filtering trilinear optimization - ON
    Threaded optimization - On
    Triple buffering - OFF
    Vertical Sync - Use the 3D application
    Virtual reality pre rendered frames - 1

    Click Apply - below the settings it shows what each setting is for and does.

    When playing games set them to high quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    For the highest FPS set the Nvidia Control Panel with performance settings.

    Manage 3D settings - Click the Global settings tab and enter:

    Ambient Occlusion - OFF
    Anisotropic filtering - Application Controlled
    Antialiasing FXAA - OFF
    Antialiasing Gamma Correction - OFF
    Antialiasing mode - Application Controlled
    Antialiasing setting - Application Controlled
    Antiliasing Transparency - OFF
    CUDA GPU's - ALL
    DSR Factors - OFF
    DSR Smoothness - OFF
    Maximum pre rendered frames - Use the 3d application setting
    Multiframe sampled AA (MFAA) - OFF
    Muliti display/mixed gpu acceleration - Single display performance mode
    Power management - Optimal Power
    Shader Cache - On
    Texture filtering - Anisotropic sample option - OFF
    Texture filtering Negative LOD bias - Allow
    Texture filtering Quality - High performance
    Texture filtering trilinear optimization - ON
    Threaded optimization - On
    Triple buffering - OFF
    Vertical Sync - Use the 3D application
    Virtual reality pre rendered frames - 1

    Click Apply - below the settings it shows what each setting is for and does.

    When playing games set them to high quality.
    hey thx for the inputs ! but can you tell me the diff between the 2 tabs that I am speaking of in my last post ? also for benching purpose, do we have to use the "default" settings ? therefore with the filtering set to Quality as it is default. All my results are base on Performance settings in the manage 3d tab

    cheers

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    You can use the slider but I prefer setting them manually.

    You can change the settings as I listed them above for high performance.

    Global settings = the settings will be for all games/programs.

    Program settings - You can set the settings for each program.

    Is this what you wanted ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    You can use the slider but I prefer setting them manually.

    You can change the settings as I listed them above for high performance.

    Global settings = the settings will be for all games/programs.

    Program settings - You can set the settings for each program.

    Is this what you wanted ?
    No :-)

    What setting we should use for benchmarking ? high quality/ quality /perfomance/high perfromance ? that setting is in two different tab :

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    what is the difference between the slider from image top and the scroll down menu from image bottom and what setting is suitable for benchmarking ? quality or performance ?


    thx
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    Last edited by SimDuch; 01-18-2017 at 07:59 PM.

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    For benchmarking you want to use high performance settings.

    Manage 3D settings - Click the " Global Settings " tab and enter:

    Ambient Occlusion - OFF
    Anisotropic filtering - Application Controlled
    Antialiasing FXAA - OFF
    Antialiasing Gamma Correction - OFF
    Antialiasing mode - Application Controlled
    Antialiasing setting - Application Controlled
    Antiliasing Transparency - OFF
    CUDA GPU's - ALL
    DSR Factors - OFF
    DSR Smoothness - OFF
    Maximum pre rendered frames - Use the 3d application setting
    Multiframe sampled AA (MFAA) - OFF
    Muliti display/mixed gpu acceleration - Single display performance mode
    Power management - Optimal Power
    Shader Cache - On
    Texture filtering - Anisotropic sample option - OFF
    Texture filtering Negative LOD bias - Allow
    Texture filtering Quality - High performance
    Texture filtering trilinear optimization - ON
    Threaded optimization - On
    Triple buffering - OFF
    Vertical Sync - Use the 3D application
    Virtual reality pre rendered frames - 1

    Click Apply - below the settings it shows what each setting is for and does.

    When playing games set them to high quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    For benchmarking you want to use high performance settings.

    Manage 3D settings - Click the " Global Settings " tab and enter:

    Ambient Occlusion - OFF
    Anisotropic filtering - Application Controlled
    Antialiasing FXAA - OFF
    Antialiasing Gamma Correction - OFF
    Antialiasing mode - Application Controlled
    Antialiasing setting - Application Controlled
    Antiliasing Transparency - OFF
    CUDA GPU's - ALL
    DSR Factors - OFF
    DSR Smoothness - OFF
    Maximum pre rendered frames - Use the 3d application setting
    Multiframe sampled AA (MFAA) - OFF
    Muliti display/mixed gpu acceleration - Single display performance mode
    Power management - Optimal Power
    Shader Cache - On
    Texture filtering - Anisotropic sample option - OFF
    Texture filtering Negative LOD bias - Allow
    Texture filtering Quality - High performance
    Texture filtering trilinear optimization - ON
    Threaded optimization - On
    Triple buffering - OFF
    Vertical Sync - Use the 3D application
    Virtual reality pre rendered frames - 1

    Click Apply - below the settings it shows what each setting is for and does.

    When playing games set them to high quality.
    hey thx ! now how to roll back to high quality ?? sorry man ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    HI Stewpot,

    Install CPU-Z and check under memory type to see if you have samsung or micron memory. If you have micron memory got to the Asus Support Center and install the latest vbios update, this should allow you to overclock the memory further.

    Overclocking your cpu will also give you a better score.

    To get rid of the screenshot you don't want click "edit post", then click "Go Advanced", then scroll down to "Manage Attachments", here you will have the option to delete any screenshot/picture.
    My strix does have Micron memory.

    Also my CPU is a 6800k @ 4.2ghz

    edit: So I went to Asus support and downloaded the file. Got an executable. But it tells me that my VBIOS doesn't need an update? but you seem to think my memory overclock is bad?
    Last edited by Stewpot; 01-19-2017 at 01:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimDuch View Post
    Hi people ! after a few weeks of testing, I cant get better than 15500 point at 3dMark, my Strix 1070 uses the latest bios (micron fix) and my mem is at +1000 but the score at 3dmark wont change a bit, sometimes, it will be lower... am I getting limited by my 4770K @ 4.3 ghz ? graphics score is between 18000 and 20000 (firestike) upon different OC profile under GPU Tweak II !!!

    I see people all around with overall scores of 17 000 + at the same bench (Firestrike default)

    any clues ?

    Cheers

    S.
    What BIOS version is the micron fix? Impossible to get such a simple answer for something so important.. I tried to use the Asus support .exe file to update my bios but says it doesn't need a VBIOS update.. but my memory clock is so bad?

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    It's not that bad, with Micron memory usually after the vbios update most can hit a 1000MHz overclock but 900MHz is still good.

    If it's telling you you don't need the vbios update then the latest vbios is installed. There's not much you can really do now except have fun and play some games and enjoy your overclocked ROG Strix 1070.

    Don't forget your free year of Xsplit Gamecaster, it's a nice bonus from Asus. You can post your videos here too with your FPS and I'd recommend using Fraps, don't plan on using Afterburner's OSD with Xsplit, it tells you to disable it before recording although it did work with crysis 3.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    It's not that bad, with Micron memory usually after the vbios update most can hit a 1000MHz overclock but 900MHz is still good.

    If it's telling you you don't need the vbios update then the latest vbios is installed. There's not much you can really do now except have fun and play some games.
    Well my memory was only stopped at +880/900 due to Heaven crashing.. It probably could go higher for other stuff. I lowered it to 880 cuz of the stick +8888Mhz haha
    Last edited by Stewpot; 01-20-2017 at 12:05 AM.

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