Another GTX1070 blew with me and mine P375SM

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  1. andrewff2

    andrewff2 Notebook Evangelist

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    Ok i've flatten it up but when i start kombustor screen crashes (screen gets all jumbled up!!)

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    O yeah this is my card when msi is in full screen:


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    Yeah I meant between 0.975 and 1.062V.

    It'd be crashing because you've boosted the clocks too high at the low end where they sit under kombustor power limit.
     
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    oooh ok as i told u guys before i need people to draw it for me lol :D but even so the freaking card doesnt stick to the max core it stays even at 1Ghz. Am i doing some stupid **** again? could be the thermal throttle? that brings the core clock down??

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    It's normal, furmark/kombustor is an artificially heavy load on the cores which under a power limit will clock the card down way more than you would see in any game.
     
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    The only game that i play most of my time is path of exile... sometimes it gets below 45fps in 1080p thats why it bogles me sometimes... should i stick with nvidia newer drivers or there's a good old one?
     
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    Good hardware cant totally make up for bad coding :p monitor clocks under normal usage and show us the graphs.
     
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    Hey meaker sorry being so stupid but can you give me some tips onto how i can do this?! :D
     
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    Dor the gpu a program like MSI afterburner logs a chart over time. For the CPU then XTU. Marry them up and you have some idea of what is going on second to second.
     
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    Something like this??
     

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