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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    You can use any overclocking tool you like but if you decide to use the gpu fan headers, you can only control the fans with gpu tweak.

    I'll run the unigine valley test in OC mode and see where the clock speed mostly stays then I'll update this post.

    In OC mode mine mainly stays at 1987MHz too, try increasing the boost/core clock a notch or two it should run at 2000MHz+.

    Make sure v-sync is disabled.
    I'll definitely try this asap. What I am relieved about is to hear that it appears OC Mode boosts up to 2050 MHz then for some reason drops to 1987 MHz and stays constant there. Is there a reason why the card does that under OC Mode instead of holding the highest possible stable boost clock?
    I'll try adding about 60+ to the core and see how it fairs, though I doubt I can crack the 2.1 GHz barrier with this card.

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    It's a power saving feature with the new pascal gpu's is why the core clock fluctuates, not much we can do about that. I can only get +33MHz on the core with my Strix 1070 and it hovers between 2000MHz and 2038MHz, any more than that the display driver crashes.

    Try increasing the core clock one notch at a time until the display driver crashes then back it down a notch. You should be able to get +1300MHz on the memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    It's a power saving feature with the new pascal gpu's is why the core clock fluctuates, not much we can do about that. I can only get +33MHz on the core with my Strix 1070 and it hovers between 2000MHz and 2038MHz, any more than that the display driver crashes.

    Try increasing the core clock one notch at a time until the display driver crashes then back it down a notch. You should be able to get +1300MHz on the memory.
    I will definitely try those values. Are your results for the OC Edition Strix (O8G 1070) or the standard Strix (8G 1070)?

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    I have the OC edition.

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    My results.

    Here are my results;

    I have the OC version of the 1070 here...

    http://i.imgur.com/RgFapgd.png

    I ran the fan @70%, so I'd imagine if I force it to 100% i could get a couple notches out of the gpu/mem clocks. Also, the Uniengine reports wrong clock for my CPU, so I included the HWMonitor screen for clarification; runs @~4.6Ghz@1.25v.

    So I showed the settings in the Tweak window, but the actual maxes during the run were different? So in Uniengine (upper right) it reported that I was @2113Mhz Gpu clock, and @4716Mhz for Mem clock.

    I'll see if I can get couple more notches out of the clocks at 100% fan. And repost results.

    Here's current results for optimizing GPU clock;

    http://i.imgur.com/Actp041.png

    Ran @1930 (2126Mhz in Uniengine) one more time, and reproduced crash. So I'm settled in at @1925; Uniengine reports as 2126Mhz, but Tweak comes in around 2100-2110Mhz.
    I'm going to quickly see if this clock is fine at the normal 70% fan load, b/c @100% the fan is quite loud XD. Then I'm going to test Mem clock.

    Interestingly, running @70% will produce artifacts and hiccups at the same settings. The fan @100% and same clock settings didn't go over >59. With it @70% GPU went >60. Which is when the hiccup happened;

    http://i.imgur.com/c55f3Y4.png

    So I may need to go manual fan speed to get higher fan % (>70% at least) at this overclock. Especially if I'm going to make tweaks to mem upwards.

    Observation as I tweak my Mem clock. I previously had my Mem clock stable higher than it is now. I think (and I'd love for someone to confirm or deny this theory) that overclocking the gpu boost clock has 'cut-into' the potential overclock I can have for my Mem clock. If that's the case, I'm ok with this, as I would rather prioritize the Boost clock. It seems the gains there are harder to come by, then the gains gained by boosting memory. So I'll lower my mem clk until stable and report/benchmark at that point.

    And the MemClk just goes down and down. I don't allow any hiccups/glitches/artifacts to occur during a benchmark, and declining the MemClk wasn't changing anything. So I'm thinking I got a lucky run of the benchmark at my current GPUClk. So I'm going to turn that from 2126Mhz to 2113Mhz (~2100-2110 in Tweak or 1920/+85). And start re-adjusting MemClk from there.

    My hunch was right, knocking the GPUClk down that 10Mhz allowed a stable benchmark.

    Here's the resulting run (2113Mhz/4715Mhz, 100% fan, Max Temp: 62degrees, Max Volt: 1.63); http://i.imgur.com/MN2jgg3.png

    So there's probably my highest numbers w/o further increasing Voltage. These settings might see even an occasional hiccup if I left Uniengine run long enough. However, it ran well enough for benchmark. I think, though, that I'll knock these down a tad, so I can run with fan maxed to 70%. Where noise levels are more tolerable. I'll save this 70% profile for my normal OC gaming usage, and perhaps set aside a bench-marking profile.

    My normal OC profile ended up being; 2100MhzGPU/4700MhzMem @70%, Temps get to around ~63-66 under heavy load.
    Last edited by Carpe; 08-11-2016 at 08:37 PM.

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    Using your OC config (for 1070OC) I get this on a monitor with a 1920x1080 resolution:

    http://i.imgur.com/3D575Lr.png
    I noticed that the video is not fluently at all

    Using default OC profile by gpu tweak i get almost same result, and the video performance works softly I don't understant why!:
    http://i.imgur.com/qaNWgST.png

    Is it good? My 5820K is not OC yet.
    Last edited by SOADxt; 08-13-2016 at 12:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOADxt View Post
    Using your OC config (for 1070OC) I get this on a monitor with a 1920x1080 resolution

    Is it good? My 5820K is not OC yet.
    I don't know that it's good or not but I get like 6343points in Valley with those settings on 1080P resolution.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/4lye2ssn57...1080p.PNG?dl=0

    I guess mine is rather high or you have got to tweak some more.

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    Very nice entrance to the ROG forum Carpe !

    SOADxt - Can you post us a screenshot of your GPU Tweak settings?

    Make sure V-Sync is disabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Very nice entrance to the ROG forum Carpe !

    SOADxt - Can you post us a screenshot of your GPU Tweak settings?

    Make sure V-Sync is disabled.
    Today results (worst than yesterday lol)

    Using this post guide:
    http://i.imgur.com/0Q6HrUf.png

    Default oc profile:
    http://i.imgur.com/JGywBSz.png

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    Your overclock from GPU Tweak looks good, you can use the DSR factors setting in the nvidia control panel to use 2560 x 1440 resolution. It works for games so it should work for the benchmark too.

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