We are always keen to support and give credit to any Overclocker that is willing to share his or her experience of overclocking a specific piece of hardware. That’s why it’s great to Isaiah from OverclockersClub.com make an effort to share his experiences with the Nvidia GTX 1070 card, presenting us with a video and written article that makes a really constructive guide for any less experienced overclocker who wants to push a GTX 1070:
“So, you acquired an NVIDIA GTX 1070 and you want to get the most out of it. Well you are in luck, as this guide I will cover the How-To part of overclocking a GTX 1070. This guide applies to all GTX 1070 cards, no matter the model or brand.”
“As NVIDIA approaches the company's third integer of GPU Boost, it comes at a cost. Although not all bad, NVIDIA Boost 3.0 has been integrated into all Pascal GPUs (i.e GTX 10 Series). Therefore, gone are the days of linear voltage offset and NVIDIA's hands-off approach, allowing users to push the boundaries and easily void warranties. It's not that bad, as the more NVIDIA uses its technology, the more the last few generations of cards have come to a high point for the average user. The ability to click and go is a great addition to getting the maximum performance out of your product.”
The video guide for the GTX 1070 can be found here on the OverclockersClub YouTube channel here. The written guide can be found here on the OverclockersClub website and actually goes into a lot more detail about specific configurations.