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November 18, 2017, 05:47:13 AM
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dont put your vga close to wall  put in room with air flow , if you use 4++ vga buy some extra fan

i use 6x 1070  strix oc 8gb

core default
memory default
power limit 90%
Target Temperature ℃: link with power limit
fan speed lock 50%

average temp 58-65 max,  hash rate 431-450
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November 18, 2017, 05:48:36 AM
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Hello all

i try to switch from ETH Mining to Zcash Mining but have problem with the OC

i have some GTX 1070's
running on ewbf-0.3.4b / simple mining / linux

i put OC

Core Empty, Memory +500, Power limit : 120 watt

i get 420 Sol/s but my GTX 1070's are getting very very hot about 80 C

i am lost

does somebody have an OC stable with GTX 1070's under 70 C ?

thank you all for your help sincerely.
Regular 1080 is not good at all for mining Eth, hash rate = 18~20
1070 is ok for both, 28~31 Eth, 430~460 Zec
1080Ti is another story, 31 Eth (even when TDP is set all the way down to -50%) and 712/Sol Zec stock.

The above reading are based on my cards.
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November 18, 2017, 07:30:47 AM
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Hello all

i try to switch from ETH Mining to Zcash Mining but have problem with the OC

i have some GTX 1070's
running on ewbf-0.3.4b / simple mining / linux

i put OC

Core Empty, Memory +500, Power limit : 120 watt

i get 420 Sol/s but my GTX 1070's are getting very very hot about 80 C

i am lost

does somebody have an OC stable with GTX 1070's under 70 C ?

thank you all for your help sincerely.

tdp 77, core_delta 120, memory_delta 680 :


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November 18, 2017, 08:24:10 AM
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Hello.
Just my five cents:

I have 1 rig with 8x1070 Gygabite G1 8Mb.
I use W10 and Afterburner.

Settings are:
+100 core
+700 mem
TDP: 70%
Fan: AUTO

+- 30m/h ETH
+-450 equihash

Temps all around 65º
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August 03, 2018, 12:27:50 PM
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 Hashrate 490 Hash/s
 Algorithm Equihash
 Manufacturer Gigabyte
 Power Consumption 130
 Core Clock 2012 MHz
 Memory Clock -
 OS Windows 10
 Driver Version 384.73


 Description
The Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1070 G1 provides hashrate of 490 Hash/s for Equihash at Coreclock 2012 MHz while consuming 130 watts.


 Gpu Specs

The Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 G1 is a graphics card by Nvidia. It comes with GDDR5 memory and has 256 bit memory interface or bus width.

Inside Geforce GTX 1070 G1 there is a GP104 graphics processor chip which has 1920 shaders. The base operating core clock speed of Geforce GTX 1070 G1 is 1506 MHz and memory clock speed is 2002 MHz.

For rendering purpose it comes with 64 render output unit's and 120 texture mapping unit's.
 
here is the link for more info
https://miningchamp.com/gpus/77/Gigabyte-Geforce-GTX-1070-G1-hashrate
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