I'm wondering how the 1070 Ti owners have been doing with their overclocks. I have found I can get the boost clock as high as 2186Mhz (from memory around +260Mhz) and RAM as high as 4.7Ghz (around +650Mhz). However it does artifact badly with red blooms appearing randomly in TimeSpy Graphics Test 1 and the odd bit of tearing. However it does post a Time Spy result of 7969 combined. (CPU 2700X with both favourite cores at 4.35Ghz, second cores at 4.3Ghz and the remaining 4 cores at 4.2Ghz, 1.45V - I don't think this CPU OC will survive a Prime95 soak test though) When I try to go higher still on the GPU I either crash out or oddly the score comes down as I trigger the card 120% power limiter more often. I might have to try dropping the voltage limiter down to see if I can get the teasing 8000 score. With a Kraken G12 + Kraken X52 peak temps in running Time Spy was 43*C. Fur Mark of course takes that much higher to 53*C. My next task is to find the highest it will go without artifacting. I haven't quiet worked out if it's memory or core clock causing it. I first thought it was memory while running with +350Mhz on the RAM, but +340Mhz showed no artifacts. However 340Mhz and another 10Mhz on the core produces artifacts. It might be hard to track down if it's a combination of both. On a related note, does know how to set a custom fan curve on the GPU? The BIOS fan curve is rigged for silence, which only ramps the fans off idle at 60*C by which time the back plate is over 60*C and too hot. I have seen instability. The MSI afterburner default "Auto" mod is much better, but it runs the fan at 40% until 60*C which again results in high PCB temps on the card as the VRAM and VRMs are only fan cooled, no heatsinks. Games currently work fine with the Afterburner curve but I have to intervene on overclock stress tests.