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Does fan curve require a tweak in the voltage or the power limit?

Roudy sahmarani
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Hello if i want to set a fan curve for the gtx 1070 founders edition should i change the voltage i mean increase it or the power limit or no i should be fine without touching them and one more thing i don't want to overclock my card so changing the fan curve should not make any overclock settings? My card is core clock at 1506 and boost at 1683 and memory at 2002 this is shown in gpu-z this is the right clocks for this card?

 

I am using msi afterburner

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Depends if you want the card to try more. 

 

May at be able to clock higher with more power atleast. Would runner hotter and would need a more aggressive fan curve to compensate. 

 

If you are fine the way it is, no need to do anything. 

 

 

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39 minutes ago, Mick Naughty said:

Depends if you want the card to try more. 

 

May at be able to clock higher with more power atleast. Would runner hotter and would need a more aggressive fan curve to compensate. 

 

If you are fine the way it is, no need to do anything. 

 

 

Thank you but my main question is if i have changed the fan curve should i increase the power limit or the core voltage or no? Without overclocking

And about the clock they are normal for my card

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The fan curve won’t have much to do with power unless you are already close to 100% power draw. Maxing the fan out could cause you to hit that limit. No harm in raising the power limit anyway. 

 

As as far as clocks go, sure. It’s hitting it’s stock boost clock. Normally gpu boost will allow the cards to go higher naturally. 

So prolly a limitation of some sort, prolly heat. Unless you got some bstock card, as I’ve got a few that did that. 

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13 minutes ago, Mick Naughty said:

The fan curve won’t have much to do with power unless you are already close to 100% power draw. Maxing the fan out could cause you to hit that limit. No harm in raising the power limit anyway. 

 

As as far as clocks go, sure. It’s hitting it’s stock boost clock. Normally gpu boost will allow the cards to go higher naturally. 

So prolly a limitation of some sort, prolly heat. Unless you got some bstock card, as I’ve got a few that did that. 

Thank you very much but the card will jit 1898 mhz at max speed while gaming with a voltage of 1.063 so it is running fine with gpu boost 3.0

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10 minutes ago, Roudy sahmarani said:

Thank you very much but the card will jit 1898 mhz at max speed while gaming with a voltage of 1.063 so it is running fine with gpu boost 3.0

Well there isn’t a problem or anything out of the norm. 

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2 hours ago, Mick Naughty said:

Well there isn’t a problem or anything out of the norm. 

Thank you so much.

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