Question 1070 TI low performance

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Hello Guys, just finished updated my setup with AMD 3600 and Gigabyte Aorus Pro B450. My GPU is 1070TI by Palit Dual and prior to upgrading my CPU I was attributing my low performance in certain games (like WoW) to the I5-6500, however I just run a pass mark test I got some funky results on my GPU, which apparently has below average performance in certain workloads.

In Zandalar (WoW) my GPU is hitting 100%, 80-83C and i'm getting around 57-62 FPS on 2560x1980 Ultra settings

CPU - Ryzen 3600
GPU - 1070 TI Palit Dual
Memory - OCed from 2666 to 2933
BoMo - Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro

I have OCed the boost clock to 1847 MHz
Memory clock is 8008 MHz
I ran the test prior to the OC and I got a bit worst results

System up to date, including BIOS

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stefanos50

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I have quite the same system except the brands. I had recently fps drops in games like doom that its quite old because i didnt upgrade to the latest nvidia drivers after the update the problem gone. Use DDU program and clean install the latest nvidia drivers.
 
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Please watch the language
I have quite the same system except the brands. I had recently fps drops in games like doom that its quite old because i didnt upgrade to the latest nvidia drivers after the update the problem gone. Use DDU program and clean install the latest nvidia drivers.
I don't get your point, this is the first driver installed on the system and it's the latest one. DDU is used when driver updates Removed up for example
 
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Phaaze88

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GPU is hitting 100%, 80-83C
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/196202/palit-gtx1070ti-8192-171011-1
83C is the gpu's default thermal limit; it's throttling.

I have OCed the boost clock to 1847 MHz
Memory clock is 8008 MHz
I ran the test prior to the OC and I got a bit worst results
Overclocking will just further emphasize the thermal problem... remove it until the cooling issue is resolved.

What's your case?

How do you have your fans set up?
 
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Case - Fractal Design R5
CPU - stock cooler with 3600, as it turned out that the B450 Aorus pro cannot fit my Scythe Fuma
I have one 140x140 fan on the back side of the chassis and one in the from set up ina a front-to-back set up... cold air comes from the fron and goes out of the rear
 

Phaaze88

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Didn't move at all, eh?

From what I was able to find, the cooler on that particular card isn't very good; there's a reason it was one of the more affordable 1070Tis available...
You need to run a more aggressive fan curve on the gpu, say, 70-80%, or whatever - just get those load temps below 80C.
You also need to add more case fans - the single front and back isn't enough... well, it's got the cpu covered at least.
Add a top exhaust, a bottom intake, and another front intake
 
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I will change the CPU cooler first, as the incompatibility between the MoBo and my Scythe Fuma hit me hard.
But yeah I was thinking of getting one more front and one bottom... I kinda don't want to add a top one, as I keep stuff on my PC :D
 

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