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1070 that runs like a 1060??

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I replaced my gtx 1060 Zotac Mini with a 1070 Amp! Extreme and it run very strange, it makes the sam amount of fps of the 1060, what could it be the reason??
P.s. I already cleaned the Driver with DDU in safe mode

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What FPS did you get with the 1060 and what do you get now. Also what CPU are you running in your system?

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Check for a bottleneck on another componenet

although going from a 1060 to a 1070 is a very tiny jump in speed regardless over say going from a 1050 to a 1080.

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What games?

What's your monitor's resolution, CPU and motherboard?

Did you actually monitor the fps with something like msi afterburner?

Is Vsync on?

Framerate cap on?

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2 minutes ago, Uptivuptiz said:

What FPS did you get with the 1060 and what do you get now. Also what CPU are you running in your system?

In average there are something like 3/5 fps more than the 1060

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2 minutes ago, bleedblue said:

What games?

What's your monitor's resolution, CPU and motherboard?

Did you actually monitor the fps with something like msi afterburner?

Is Vsync on?

Framerate cap on?

I already  monitor the fps with afterburner.
The monitor is a 1080p 60Hz(to Change), Vsync turn of and framerate cap too

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5 minutes ago, emosun said:

although going from a 1060 to a 1070 is a very tiny jump in speed regardless over say going from a 1050 to a 1080.

it depends on what version, the difference between a 1060 3gb and a 1070 8gb is a fair and noticable one, if the rest of the hardware doesn't bottleneck it.
but going from a 1060 to a 1070 i non logical the 1070ti would be a better option then.


 

 

2 minutes ago, Enzo1998 said:

I already  monitor the fps with afterburner.
The monitor is a 1080p 60Hz(to Change), Vsync turn of and framerate cap too

What cpu do you have
what motherboar?
How much ram?
What power supply

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16 minutes ago, Enzo1998 said:

I already  monitor the fps with afterburner.
The monitor is a 1080p 60Hz(to Change), Vsync turn of and framerate cap too

What games

What CPU

Give us actual fps numbers in said games

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On 11/23/2018 at 9:22 AM, Martijn Klerks said:

it depends on what version, the difference between a 1060 3gb and a 1070 8gb is a fair and noticable one, if the rest of the hardware doesn't bottleneck it.
but going from a 1060 to a 1070 i non logical the 1070ti would be a better option then.


 

 

What cpu do you have
what motherboar?
How much ram?
What power supply

I've a ryzen 1600 at 3.8ghz, Asus Tuf B350 an 16 gb of ddr4 3200mhz cl 16 and a Seasonic 650W Focus+ Gold.
But after a lot of test I think that the problem are Total War Rome II and F1 2015 that are sponsorized by Intel and don't run well on that cpu.

 

On 11/23/2018 at 9:35 AM, bleedblue said:

What games

What CPU

Give us actual fps numbers in said games


However I tested GTA V, Shadow of the Tomb Rider, Rise of the Tomb Rider, Total War Warhammer and Assassin's Creed Odissey, and I reached rispectively 75,84,103,98, and 55 FPS Average on these games, with all the setting maxed and in 1080p

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6 hours ago, Enzo1998 said:

I've a ryzen 1600 at 3.8ghz, Asus Tuf B350 an 16 gb of ddr4 3200mhz cl 16 and a Seasonic 650W Focus+ Gold.
But after a lot of test I think that the problem are Total War Rome II and F1 2015 that are sponsorized by Intel and don't run well on that cpu.

 


However I tested GTA V, Shadow of the Tomb Rider, Rise of the Tomb Rider, Total War Warhammer and Assassin's Creed Odissey, and I reached rispectively 75,84,103,98, and 55 FPS Average on these games, with all the setting maxed and in 1080p

seems a bit low still but are it the same fps numbers that other people get?

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I kinda skimmed the thread, but it almost sounds like you might be playing more cpu bound games. I went from a 960 to a 1070ti and saw +10 consistent fps and less drops and spikes. 

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7 hours ago, Enzo1998 said:

I've a ryzen 1600 at 3.8ghz, Asus Tuf B350 an 16 gb of ddr4 3200mhz cl 16 and a Seasonic 650W Focus+ Gold.

Are you running RAM at the rated speed? What about CPU and GPU temperatures? 
 

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run 3dmark, or heaven, and do a compare with same GPU to ensure you are in spec. 

 

Heaven benchmark also shows the BOOST clock in the corner, ensure it runs okay.. an example is that my 1060 6GB boost to 1936 and my 1080ti boost to 1999 stock.

 

if boost clock is correct, then check PCI link with, 8x should be enough, but maybe it is lower, 1-4 x and you are hit by link performance issues, because of a wrong pci port, or some setting.

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if the game you're running has vsync on, it will only do 60 fps no matter what high end card you put it in your rig. cross check performance numbers using firestrike/ timespy or heaven.

why everybody post the spec of their rig here? i dont! cuz its made of mashed potatoes!

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On 11/27/2018 at 8:48 AM, Quadriplegic said:

Are you running RAM at the rated speed? What about CPU and GPU temperatures? 
 

Round 50 degrees on cpu at 1.32v 3.8GHz, 51 degrees  at the top on gpu under superposition and firestrike, and the ram ar at 3200mhz cl16 18 18 18 38.

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