Could someone please explain what it's going on with this 1070M......

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  1. yrekabakery

    yrekabakery Notebook Deity

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    From the 3rd image, it doesn't look like you followed @bennyg's advice to add an offset and then flatten the curve. Your graph should look something like this:

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    What you're doing right now, that is, flattening the curve without adding an offset first, is you're limiting the card's max boost, or underclocking it. Obviously, that's gonna reduce performance.

    Since your 115W 1070N is mostly power limited anyway, I'd just add an offset that's stable and be done with it. If you flatten the curve after the fact, you're clamping the max voltage/frequency your card can achieve in less power-limited scenarios.
     
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    benson881 Notebook Evangelist

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    Hi,
    Unfortunately i cant view the image but i think i now understand what he meant. The reason i mainly wanted to clamp them down is to help with temps. Im gonna try this.

    added +100 core and mem with it flattened @ 1.000V and see how it affects the score
     

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    +100 1850mhx 0.975.jpg So heres an update

    I went +100 on core and mem and then flattened off 1898mhz. This didnt work and failed to increase clock when benchmarking (stayed at 1443mhz) so i lowered it to 1850mhz @ 0.975v it seemed to of worked!!!!

    my question is can i now straightened the line to the left to lower the volts?
     
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    +300 1850mhx 0.975.jpg So I've just done a FS run with 1860Mhz Core & +300Mhz Mem and it seems to be ok. I tried lowering the voltage to 0.963v but it adversly affected the scores.
    Do you think my score is pretty solid?
     
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    Score looks good.
     
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