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20 minutes ago, TheDankKoosh said:

 I think the later the card was made, the better it generally overclocks.

For just about anything that you can overclock this is "generally" true.

 

There are exceptions, but generally, you've got the right idea.


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29 minutes ago, TheDankKoosh said:

That's actually pretty great, from what I know it depends on how late the production run for your card is. Mine can get up to +550 stable on micron memory, and I think the later the card was made, the better it generally overclocks.

it's a pretty late one... like a couple months before rtx


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9 hours ago, LukeSavenije said:

I'm not sure... but i might hit the lottery here. my micron equipped 1070 ti sc black seems to get up to +650 (4452 mhz) in x1. did i do something that special, or is this average on micron dram?

 

thanks in advance everyone

My 1060 uses memory that works at 4800 MHz (+780 MHz). It's a 3 GB model so there are less chips to overclock.  4.4 GHz is very good for a 1070 Ti.


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14 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

it's a pretty late one... like a couple months before rtx

That's nice, during the early pascal production runs I know that micron was putting out some pretty bad memory. I saw 1070 owners only getting +200 in some cases, I'm glad my 1070 ti can oc well on the memory, especially since the 1070 ti is mostly limited by the gddr5.


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4 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

My 1060 uses memory that works at 4800 MHz (+780 MHz). It's a 3 GB model so there are less chips to overclock.  4.4 GHz is very good for a 1070 Ti.

If I were a betting man, then I would wager that your 1060 uses samsung memory since I usually see that reaching higher clocks than micron stuff.


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16 minutes ago, TheDankKoosh said:

That's nice, during the early pascal production runs I know that micron was putting out some pretty bad memory. I saw 1070 owners only getting +200 in some cases, I'm glad my 1070 ti can oc well on the memory, especially since the 1070 ti is mostly limited by the gddr5.

yeah... I've seen that hynix and micron performs less, but i wouldn't expect Samsung in a base model personally, so I'm fine

 

it crashes at 700, so no room there


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4 hours ago, Velcade said:

Are you saying +930 on the mem or the gpu?

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4 hours ago, TheDankKoosh said:

If I were a betting man, then I would wager that your 1060 uses samsung memory since I usually see that reaching higher clocks than micron stuff.

Ding ding ding! My 1060 also has thermal pads for 6 chips even though it's got 3.


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3 hours ago, X_X said:

Probably somewhere around 85% of that.

 

@LukeSavenije what VBIOS are you using?

just the normal sc black one


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