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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/07/26 09:27:31 (permalink)
Congrats, would be interested to see if there is much if any performance difference between it and the SC.


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/07/26 16:42:01 (permalink)
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It seems that the 1070 FTW was just in Stock... It also seems that one was just ordered under my account... Interesting.

That IS interesting. ;-)


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/08/07 18:18:57 (permalink)
As i am not a fan of the very flawed PPD estimating system, since we don't get the same work units constantly, I have been watching my PPD over the last 96 hours.. 551k average at this time. I am folding only on a single 1070 FTW with no further overclock other than the factory overclock. I will check occasionally and get better numbers as the month goes along, but like I said, the PPD estimate from FAH is consistently wrong, since it always showing around 660k ppd estimated. 550 is no where near 660 in my books.

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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/08/08 19:29:53 (permalink)
I'm showing a consistent ~580k ppd over a week of straight folding once you subtract the cpu folders I have. I'll experiment with some gentle overclocks after I watercool the cpu to see what I get to push during my short term folding binges.
 
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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/08/08 19:37:36 (permalink)
you guys are both getting numbers that seem like what i was getting before i made my GPU run in PCI-E 3.0 and 1900MHz your gpu's are boosting up to ~1900 and not sitting around 1550 right?


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/08/09 03:17:45 (permalink)
That's what I'm seeing on both of my cards, once the full run begins - It'll bounce around but stay in the ~1900 MHz range, per GPU-Z.


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/08/09 08:50:06 (permalink)
Could it be a difference between running at x16 and x4?


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/08/09 09:39:31 (permalink)
If it's x4 maybe, but gen 3.0 x8 should be enough.


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/07 20:31:28 (permalink)
I'm getting ~650k PPD with my 1070 in PCI-E 2.0 (2600k wont allow 3.0)
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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/22 17:01:12 (permalink)
Finally I received my 1070 SC Black Edition. So far so good:
Project 13500 -- 635099 PPD  (two 1080p monitors connected and I am browsing)
 
 

 

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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/27 20:37:52 (permalink)
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OK, i got a video for you to watch and i think you'll be as perplexed as i currently am about this power issue.
 
https://youtu.be/t8Iyp3BFF30
 
in short, if you want 100% GPU utilization you'll have to open a youtube video, pause it, and leave it there. otherwise it will drop right back down to ~60%.
 
i did this test after doing the clean driver install again when i got home, just to double make sure no issue there, and i also removed my second monitor, just to eliminate another variable.
 
EDIT: i think i'll run a couple units tonight after doing that workaround thing and see if and by how much the PPD may change.




Did you find any other way around for this? My gtx 1070 is hovering around 75-80 % utilization. Youtube trick didn't work.
 
 
 



 
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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/27 20:51:55 (permalink)
Try opening the protein viewer, thats what i have been using lately.


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/28 08:16:53 (permalink)
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Try opening the protein viewer, thats what i have been using lately.



I tried that, too. 
I used Precision X to push the card to max power target, didn't happen. It folded overnight and when I checked in the morning I saw that the power target percentage was up from 75-80% to 95-110%. I have no idea why and how that happened. 
Probably this utilization issues will get solved when NVidia gets some competition and unlocks "true power if pascal" with their future drivers... ;)
 



 
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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/28 09:25:28 (permalink)
I have a 1070 in a PCIE 2.0 x 16 slot on my machine I use daily.  The clock typically boosts to around 1962.  However, there are times it drops to 1600.  This has happened with some web pages open (I think when certain content includes video) and sometimes Visual Studio.  If I close the offending applications, the clock goes back up to 1962'ish.  However, the entire the GPU usage stays around 96, but the power % drops proportionally to the clock.  Not sure if this is your issue, but it's what happens to me.


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/28 09:39:23 (permalink)
Its basically the same thing i was seeing but in reverse. With nothing running the gpu was not boosting to 1960 but when i start the protein viewer or a youtube video it would then boost. I think its either a windows issue or an issue with gpu boost on the latest series of cards.


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/28 09:47:46 (permalink)
Also averaging 80-90% power and 93% usage on my 1070SC, driver 373.06
 
Correct me if I'm wrong but do the different FAHcores attributed to each WU kinda influence different GPU behaviors? I have had only 0x21 WU's for the last 3 days and not seeing quite the full GPU utilization

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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/28 10:07:13 (permalink)
It does but if you go back and look at the video the power usage and clock speeds would consistently change while doing the same unit.


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/28 10:21:46 (permalink)
That was way back in June...surely a driver bug at the time when Pascal was in it's infancy?
 
No trouble with clock frequency boosting. It will sit at 2138mhz all day....species, are aware that the latest drivers are unstable for folding? 373.06 is the last one that works until it gets fixed

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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/28 10:30:30 (permalink)
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That was way back in June...surely a driver bug at the time when Pascal was in it's infancy?
 
No trouble with clock frequency boosting. It will sit at 2138mhz all day....species, are aware that the latest drivers are unstable for folding? 373.06 is the last one that works until it gets fixed




Yes, I am aware, I am using 373.06. 
Which card do you have and how do you OC it to 2138?



 
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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/10/28 10:43:58 (permalink)
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Yes, I am aware, I am using 373.06. 
Which card do you have and how do you OC it to 2138?




I have the EVGA 1070 SC and use MSI Afterburner to overclock

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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/11/16 10:05:13 (permalink)
FYI, my two 1070's are at 687K and 647K PPD over about 100 wu's each.  One runs at about 2002MHz and the other about 1974MHz.  Dedicated folding machine running Windows 10.  Each is in a PCIE 3.0 x8 slot.  PPD calculations according to HFM.
post edited by mektacular - 2016/11/16 10:06:54


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/11/16 10:30:43 (permalink)
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Also averaging 80-90% power and 93% usage on my 1070SC, driver 373.06
 
Correct me if I'm wrong but do the different FAHcores attributed to each WU kinda influence different GPU behaviors? I have had only 0x21 WU's for the last 3 days and not seeing quite the full GPU utilization




Yes ,they do. I am speaking generally GPU wise though. There were some in the past that, made the cards run warmer and also different utilization percentages, ect. 
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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/11/16 10:31:24 (permalink)
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FYI, my two 1070's are at 687K and 647K PPD over about 100 wu's each.  One runs at about 2002MHz and the other about 1974MHz.  Dedicated folding machine running Windows 10.  Each is in a PCIE 3.0 x8 slot.  PPD calculations according to HFM.




That's each ,right mektacular? 
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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/11/16 10:37:03 (permalink)
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FYI, my two 1070's are at 687K and 647K PPD over about 100 wu's each.  One runs at about 2002MHz and the other about 1974MHz.  Dedicated folding machine running Windows 10.  Each is in a PCIE 3.0 x8 slot.  PPD calculations according to HFM.




That's each ,right mektacular? 


Yes, one got 687K and the other 647K.  They are both 1070 FTW Hybrids.
post edited by mektacular - 2016/11/16 10:38:33


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/11/19 02:48:48 (permalink)
Thanks for the info on the 1070 SC PPD.  I look forward to swapping out my 560TI for a 1070 soon.
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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/11/19 18:18:51 (permalink)
does linux reallyh increase ppd I might try dual booting
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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2016/11/19 18:27:33 (permalink)
about as much as OCing in windows and to my knowledge OCing pascal in linux isnt possible.


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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2017/02/28 16:03:02 (permalink)
Before anyone complains - Yes, I'm aware that dead thread is dead, but figured this might be of use to some in the future:

Taken from my own Sager NP8157 (7700HQ / GTX1070m)
 

post edited by painis4thaweak - 2017/02/28 16:04:07

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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2017/02/28 16:27:06 (permalink)
painis4thaweak you should be able to Fold @ 1900MHz Plus with no problems. Never Mind you are on a Laptop.
What Driver are you running. What is that Tool "GPU Overclock"?
 

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Re: GTX 1070 PPD 2017/02/28 16:32:36 (permalink)
Just getting settled in with this laptop (arrived today) - Its NOT going to be a folder, but wanted to share PPD on a mobile version.

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