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Haven't oc'd yet, but what should I expect?

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bob4933

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Jan 3, 2014
So, g1 gaming gtx 1070. It self boosts to a ridiculous 2025mhz....

When I finally get some time off and do my water cooling loop (ha...), should I expect the card to be "tapped out" or is there more hiding in there?
 

Woomack

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Jan 2, 2005
Most cards are losing stability ( or generate single artifacts ) at 2100+. Max boost can be 2025MHz but for most of the time clock will be lower. I guess if you make it run at stable 2100MHz then it will be good result. Max for my card was about 2080MHz but it's Founders Ed.
 

Rainwater

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Nov 10, 2016
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Ya it seems that even on water they lose stability pretty close the same speeds as they do on air. The most I can get out of mine is 2139 MHz. When it gets to around 48-52c which is the hottest it gets, it can drop to 2126 MHz but won't ever go lower than that and stays at 2139 MHz for a good chunk of time.
 

Vellinious

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I've never messed with the 1070s, but they're the same core with less heat as the 1080s so I can't imagine they'd be much different. I've owned 5 1080s and not a single one of them wouldn't overclock to at least 2100 on air with just setting the offsets. They'd all do at least 2150 with mild corrections to the frequency / voltage curve. 3 of them would do 2200, but not run as well as 2150 would. Now on water, both of them (the ones I kept) will run 2200 with normal ambients and with lowered ambients have hit runs in SLI @ 2252.

The frequency / voltage curve is the key....that and temps, temps, temps. The lower, the better.

To err, on the side of caution, maybe around 2100...if you get more, smile big.
 
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