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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    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.
    Keep in mind that the use of DSR will result in a lower FPS than at native resolution.
    I ran massive amounts of benchmarks and games in DSR (1080p to 1440P DSR) before buying a 1440P monitor (Benq XL2730Z).
    The result was that the use of a real 1440P monitor increased my fps with min 10FPS to a max difference of 45 FPS (depending on the game played)
    Used 60hz@1080P for 8years... Running 144Hz@1440P 2 months now and would never go back (but that is a personal thing ;-) )

    By the way, this is my result running Valley 1080P @ my 24/7 OC settings:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    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.
    I have a benq XL2411z which is 24 inch. Native resolution is 1920x1080. I prefer not to modify resolution, to be honest I don't have problems with my pc, I play doom with this card in ultra at 145-150fps totally stable.
    Quote Originally Posted by JargonHolpick View Post
    Keep in mind that the use of DSR will result in a lower FPS that native resolution.
    I ran massive amounts of benchmarks and games in DSR (1080p to 1440P DSR) before buying a 1440P monitor (Benq XL2730Z).
    The result was that the use of a real 1440P monitor increased my fps with min 10FPS to a max difference of 45 FPS (depending of the game played)
    Used 60hz@1080P for 8years... Running 144Hz@1440P 2 months now and would never go back (but that is a personal thing ;-) )

    By the way, this is my result running Valley 1080P @ my 24/7 OC settings:

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    That's a nice score!

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    @Nate152


    My STRIX-GTX 1070OC shows different values in GPUTweakII

    The maximum allowed settings are these:

    GPU Boost Clock : +91 = 1926
    Memory Clock : +480 = 8488

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    ROG Enthusiast Array JargonHolpick PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ancalimon View Post
    @Nate152


    My STRIX-GTX 1070OC shows different values in GPUTweakII

    The maximum allowed settings are these:

    GPU Boost Clock : +91 = 1926
    Memory Clock : +480 = 8488
    Hi Ancalimon,

    I made the same mistake as you, probably, did.
    Nate152 wrote in his first post that you have to click the little gear then check the box that says "overclocking enhancement range" and click apply.
    You'll now be able to overclock the further.

    If not, then I guess I can't help you.

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    Yes, enable the "overclocking enhancement range" to overclock the memory further.

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    My first overclock!

    Hello everyone!

    This is my first custom build PC and my first tower that's not a hand-me-down! I have the standard Asus GTX 1070 Strix combined with a non overclocked i7-6700k all in a NZXT h440 case.

    I did my first ever overclock today: I raised the power limit to the max: +112, the core clock +200Mhz and the memory clock +849Mhz.
    I ran the valley benchmark in 1080p (my monitor resolution) and got these scores: FPS: 141,9; Score: 5936; Min FPS: 22,8; max FPS: 226,8.
    This is on ultra settings without AA.

    In the hardware monitoring tab I get these results: Max clock: 2088Mhz; max memory clock: 4860Mhz; Power max: 105%; Max temp: 63°C; max fan speed: 42%
    I also get a lot of 1s in the power limit tab, I think this is thermalthrottling if I'm not mistaken?

    Is this a good overclock and would this do any damage to the GPU? I'm new to all of this so some information about the negative aspects of overclocking would be nice!

    Thanks in advance,
    LightningKill

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    Hi LightningKillTV,

    Welcome to the ROG forum.

    Nice going on your first time overclocking ! Your scores look a little low, the Min. FPS should be much higher than 22 at 1080p and No AA, are you sure AA is disabled?

    Be sure to click apply after changing any settings in GPU Tweak II.

    The only drawback with overclocking is temps, thermal throttling won't happen until you reach 82c and at 63c you're far from that. What raises the temp is increasing the voltage and NVidia has it locked so you can only go so far with it, in fact 1.093v seems to be the maximum for the ROG Strix 1070.

    Can you post us a screenshot of GPU Tweak II ?

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    There's what I managed, I've since gamed on it for the last 2 nights (15 hours total) without issue.

    Strix 1070 Non OC Model, opened box, burned it in, and went right into OC'ing it follow the OP post.

    Won't handle anymore than that. Currently living in my 6700k, Hero Alpha Mobo, H100 on P/P, Mastercase Pro 5 build.
    It's got 3 AF140 intakes and 1 AF140 exhaust.

    Ambient room temps of 65-70F or 20-21C.

    Also new guy,

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    Hi Tokyo,

    Welcome to the ROG Forum !

    I see you got a maximum of 2156MHz on the core, nice job getting it there that is awesome !

    Since yours is such a good overclocker you might can squeeze a little more out of the memory, try the memory clock at 9400MHz or about and see how it goes, that would be a 1.4GHz overclock on the memory.

    Nice job once again thank you for sharing, let us know how it goes with the memory at 9400MHz if you try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Since yours is such a good overclocker you might can squeeze a little more out of the memory, try the memory clock at 9400MHz or about and see how it goes, that would be a 1.4GHz overclock on the memory.
    It's as high as it will go before it crashes. I've tried higher on each of them individually, both will crash if risen any higher.

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