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    GTX 1070 help!

    Hello friends, i need your help.
    I've run the unigine valley benchmark, and i'm worried my gtx 1070 is underperforming heavily.
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    this is the benchmark result.
    I thought that by uninstalling gputweak and afterburner, some performance issues could be solved, but that was not the case. Also i've tried switching to maximum performance in the nvidia control panel, but with no luck.

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    Have you checked your power settings in the Windows system.If they are in power save mode change them to high performance.

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    Hi ibarraisma

    Try reinstalling the latest nvidia driver 375.70

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    Quote Originally Posted by FonzieBulldog View Post
    Have you checked your power settings in the Windows system.If they are in power save mode change them to high performance.
    Dude! The noob prize of the year goes for me. I've been away from pc building for so long that i forgot all about this things. Thanks! This did it for me, big time. And turning vsync off from nvidia control panel. Thank you very much.

    Scores now
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    That looks much better, you should be able to get over 100 FPS overclocking your cpu and gpu.

    Here's my score on page 20, 2nd picture.

    http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...g-Guide/page20

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    That looks much better, you should be able to get over 100 FPS overclocking your cpu and gpu.

    Here's my score on page 20, 2nd picture.

    http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...g-Guide/page20
    Awesome scores! Now that i'm sure i'm not having hardware problems, i'll start tweaking this pc. Let's see how far can I take this baby.

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    All right,

    That's what I like to hear, I'd like to see your score after overclocking.

    There is an ROG Strix 1070 overclocking guide at the bottom of my post my signature, just click on it.

    Or here is the link.

    http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...clocking-Guide

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