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    Use Battlefield 5 as your stability test.

    1) Set voltage to 100%.
    2) Set Power Target/Temp Target to the maximum and click apply.
    3) Fire up Battlefield 5.
    4) Once the game starts, ALT+Tab out of the game and slide the boost clock up one notch and click apply, ALT+Enter to return to the game. Play for a minute to see it's stable. If it's stable, keep doing this until artifacting, freezing or crashing occurs then back it off a notch or two.
    5) Do the same thing with the Memory Clock, you can use 100MHz increments at first.
    6) You can set the fans manually or set a fan curve, I set mine to where the fans are running 100% at 60c.

    Don't forget to click apply every time you make a change in GPU Tweak II.

    Let me know your final overclock with Battlefield 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Use Battlefield 5 as your stability test.

    1) Set voltage to 100%.
    2) Set Power Target/Temp Target to the maximum and click apply.
    3) Fire up Battlefield 5.
    4) Once the game starts, ALT+Tab out of the game and slide the boost clock up one notch and click apply, ALT+Enter to return to the game. Play for a minute to see it's stable. If it's stable, keep doing this until artifacting, freezing or crashing occurs then back it off a notch or two.
    5) Do the same thing with the Memory Clock, you can use 100MHz increments at first.
    6) You can set the fans manually or set a fan curve, I set mine to where the fans are running 100% at 60c.

    Don't forget to click apply every time you make a change in GPU Tweak II.

    Let me know your final overclock with Battlefield 5.
    Hi and thanks for your assistance, i am crashing with these settings https://gyazo.com/653d316c9f3f384f4a5f21bbe7e71b3f

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    You're welcome

    Unfortunately, you'll have to back off the clocks a little or just use OC Mode for Battlefield 5.

    What is your maximum overclock with Unigine Valley?

    Post us some screenshots please.

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    Had to RMA an aio cooler and got the Liqmax II 240, with this extra spare I decided to slap it on my 1070 with some zip ties (and of course some heatsinks + fan). New stable OC on 1080p is 2214mhz core, 4707 mhz mem. Achieved top 2 spot on superposition ranking (though not published). When running 4k bench clocks drop to 2150-2175ish due to power limit. Temps peak at 40-42 with fanspeeds ~800 rpm. Stock cooler at 100% fan speed would peak at 52-54 celsius with ambient temp being 5-10 degrees lower that what I am running with AIO now. Dropping temps by 10 degrees seems to give 50-75mhz extra clockspeed when boosting.
    Last edited by Leeta; 07-21-2019 at 03:00 PM.

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    Wow that is amazing, by doing that you went from a golden Strix 1070 to a platinum Strix 1070. I haven't seen anyone hit 2200MHz+ on the core, you are the first and only one in this long thread.

    Very very nice Leeta, would like to see some screenshots if/when you have time.

    Thank you !

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    Peak superposition 1080p extreme score is 4273 and second highest is 4108. 1xxx scales really well with temps so I'm sure more can replicate it if they zip tie an AIO on gpu.

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    Core clock = 2215MHz
    Memory clock = 9418MHz

    That is extraordinary, thank you for sharing !

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    Double sided thermal tape managed to slip off one of the memory chips and I got errors within minutes of gaming. I'd say if you decide to hybrid mod a GPU then heatsinks + fan are essential. Funniest part is that stock 1070 strix does not have a heatsink on 2 memory chips (because it shares PCB design with 1060) so I wonder if that reduces memory OC headroom when running stock.

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    Sorry for a late reply,

    As far as most of the Strix 1070's can overclock the memory, it doesn't seem to be an issue. There are one or two here with Micron memory that can only overclock 100MHz - 200MHz but the majority of them can hit a 1000MHz+ overclock. The ones with Samsung memory can overclock 1400MHz+. Mine has Samsung memory and is just shy of 1400MHz.

    I would think these memory clocks are pretty much the limits of the memory so I don't think those two memory chips not being cooled is a problem.

    It's good to know though, thank you for pointing it out.

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