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About Two5o

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  • CPU
    i7 8700k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z390M Gaming Edge AC
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance RGB 16GB 3000MHZ
  • GPU
    Asus 1070 Ti Cerberus A8G
  • Case
    NZXT H400i
  • Storage
    250GB 970Evo NVMe & 1.2TB Intel SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA 800W G3
  • Display(s)
    LG 38" WQHD+ (38WK95C-W)
  • Cooling
    EVGA CLC 280 with Noctua 140mm 3000rpm
  • Keyboard
    HHKB Lite 2
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 2S
  • Sound
    Logitech Z623
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Pro
  1. Two5o

    The GPU Overclocking Database

    Hi guys, this is my first time posting on the forum so i'm not sure this is the right place. Hopefully it is. 2 months ago I build my first ever PC. Posted it on builds.gg if you want to check it out - https://builds.gg/builds/mighty-micro-6596 Since then, I have read and watched as much as I could and this past weekend i felt ready to explore the OC world. I have a 1070 Ti Cerberus A8G and after 3 days of messing with MSI Afterburner, i think i pushed it to the max for stability. Wanted to post my results and also get some feedback on things i could do better and if you guys were able to push yours further. PC specs: i7 8700k @ 4.7Ghz all cores 16GB Corsair vengeance 3000Mhz Asus 1070 Ti Cerberus A8G 970EVO 250GB NVme 1.2TB Intel SSD Process: I used a combination of Kombustor, valley, Superposition (the game mode is fun) as well as firestrike. But mostly kombustor as i like how it has an artifact meter that goes crazy when you go over the limit. I would also play BF5 (Campaign) & Forza H4 (built in benchmark) in between for real world testing. MSI AB settings: unlocked voltage control and monitoring, enabled force constant voltage, maxed out core voltage and a hefty fan curve to stay at 70C under full load. At first, i didn't want to touch the core voltage but when i reached +180 on core, boost wouldn't go any higher as it was hitting stock voltage of 1.062V. I figured since i got a binned card, it could probably handle more voltage. In this screenshot, i was making final adjustments for stability. When i started this session, the core clock was +235 and memory clock +350. Artifacts would come up every 6-8mins. I started going down on the OC by -5 until i settled on what you see +220 on core and +330 on memory. At the time of screenshot, it had been a good 30mins since the artifact counter hadn't gone up. I ran it for another 30mins for good measure and it was good. This is Pre-OC. my stock clocks were 1847 on the core and 4006(8012) on memory. Post Stable-OC. my current stable OC numbers are 2088 on the core and 4333(8666) on memory. Conclusion: In benchmarks and in games, i gained about 10fps from the OC. I don't know why but 10 doesn't get me too hyped given the hours put into it or maybe that's about what is expected when you overclock. What do you guys think ? Do these numbers sound about right for a 1070 Ti ? Can I get more fps by messing with the clocks differently ? I pushed the core clock more than memory as i read the higher the better for games vs memory. All in all, this was a fun experience. I am able to play BF5 on high settings @60-75Hz on my LG 38" 1440p+ ultrawide. I learned a lot and looking forward to my next card. Thanks