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GeForce GTX "Pascal" Faces High DVI Pixel Clock Booting Problems

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Seeing as the 1070 cannot even max out 120 fps on a 1080p monitor in all games, I don't see why DVI-D can't be a high end connection. There is no single-GPU in the world that can saturate that connection with all the content you can play on it.

So what the fuck are you on about? 4K or 1440p says nothing at all about what 'end' you're on it just means you have a crapload of pixels to push.

My AOC IPS displays were driven by DVI-D and had no HDMI hookup. Id argue that they looked better than some peoples 4k displays, but thats none of my business.
 
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I think sometimes people talk smack about AMD because they think it's funny to see how worked up emotionally AMD fans can get when they do that.

from everything I read on forums its more the case that AMD has fans..and Nvidia has fanboys...
How often you see someone on a random forum telling you Nvidia is the only way to go and AMD is crap vs the other way around? 100 vs 1?
AMD users far more often tell you about getting what is the best at that moment and what works for you personally with your personal needs in mind....or ya know...sane consumers.
 
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Well, the "generally impossible" has been working with pretty much all previous gen NVIDIA and AMD desktop graphics cards. In fact, I am now running 384 MHz on GTX 780 Ti just fine. I am very sad to hear I can no longer do 96Hz 1440p on this really amazing QNIX 27" panel. Might have to resort in spending 800 euros on a new screen, which only advantage would be G-SYNC and few Hz more. :(
This guys facing the actual issue , and despite many of you're opinion on it a quick Google round says 1440p 144Hz are here big time this year , I suppose they will all be displayport or something eh ,even the cheap VA ones.
 
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At least there is no suprise of crippled vram :p
I'm running my monitor at 60Hz so no problem for me.
Once I upgrade to a 1440p monitor I will keep in mind to buy one with DP if it has a higher refresh-rate.
 

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This guys facing the actual issue , and despite many of you're opinion on it a quick Google round says 1440p 144Hz are here big time this year , I suppose they will all be displayport or something eh ,even the cheap VA ones.

I may be wrong but this isn't about 144hz displays. It's about pixel over clocking manually?
 
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I may be wrong but this isn't about 144hz displays. It's about pixel over clocking manually?

In the Dutch tech news they said:
"Nvidia GTX 1000-gebruikers die een 1440p-monitor met een refreshrate hoger dan 90Hz hebben "

Which is translated:
"Nvidia GTX 1000-users who own a 1440p-monitor with a refresh-rate higher than 90Hz"
 
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This guys facing the actual issue , and despite many of you're opinion on it a quick Google round says 1440p 144Hz are here big time this year , I suppose they will all be displayport or something eh ,even the cheap VA ones.

Well, I doubt that any monitor manufacturer will sell monitor out of spec(and if monitor have multiple inputs, most likely only dp connector is 1440p@144Hz). Overlord computer(no defunct) was one of the first that was selling those OC ips 1440p@120Hz korean dual link dvi monitors for western customers. But those too were 1440p@60Hz(like korean qnix, catleap, etc.) at stock, OC were left for the customer. Lovely monitors from the era before 1440p@144Hz ips/VA dp monitors.
 
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And this is why all of the gtx 1080/1070 pascal's are sold out!... seriously. makes sense.
Nvidia is correcting the problem, in secret, and will have a new version out "real soon now"
 
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I may be wrong but this isn't about 144hz displays. It's about pixel over clocking manually?
You're technically both right and wrong. The issue is people using pixel overclocking to push 1440p at 75+hz on dual link DVI, which does not officially support anything over 60hz at 1440p.

The problem is that people bought these 1440p korean monitors that only have DVI, OCed them past 60hz, and now the new pascal cards dont like that. IMO, the consumer took the risk by OCing a monitor, they have to deal with said issues. It would be nice if nvidia fixed the issue, if they can, but they have no responsibility to do so.
 
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Well, I doubt that any monitor manufacturer will sell monitor out of spec(and if monitor have multiple inputs, most likely only dp connector is 1440p@144Hz). Overlord computer(no defunct) was one of the first that was selling those OC ips 1440p@120Hz korean dual link dvi monitors for western customers. But those too were 1440p@60Hz(like korean qnix, catleap, etc.) at stock, OC were left for the customer. Lovely monitors from the era before 1440p@144Hz ips/VA dp monitors.
Asus and Samsung have 1440p 144Hz monitors out soon, out of spec ??? , that niche you were on about caught on last year ,this year its going enthusiast mainstream.
 
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Asus and Samsung have 1440p 144Hz monitors out soon, out of spec ??? , that niche you were on about caught on last year ,this year its going enthusiast mainstream.
No, they are in spec for DisplayPort. Displayport 1.2, which came out in 2009, can run 1440p144 just fine, or 4k60. 1.3 can do 1440p165, or 4k120.

The problem is these monitors out of korea that only have DVI, that users clock above 60hz. DVI can only do 1440p60, anybody running higher is running out of spec.
 
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InsanegamerN is correct. I will add to his comment the issue is only present when BOOTING WINDOWS while having your refresh rate over 80Hz on a 1440P panel that only has a dual-link DVI connection. All other resolutions and refresh rates at the DVI spec, or on other types of connection are OK.
 

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According to the post, it implies that it only affects DVI users. So I assume display port and HDMI users are not suffering from this issue right?
 
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not true, "old" native 75/85/120hz monitors use dvi and they seem to work just fine. heck, even some (if not most)144hz monitors have dvi, not the only interface but its probably the primary
sweet move on the late edit, mod. apparently only some can voice their sarcasm around here, what was the problem with
yet another new account made to praise something that has some minor issues
sure, the problem is not in the card, not at all, its in the people that try to use one of standard interfaces in it that have problems, not to mention a sturdier physical connector. those poor people that just dont get it...
that required it to be removed? why not remove the whole post then? dont get it...
 
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According to the post, it implies that it only affects DVI users. So I assume display port and HDMI users are not suffering from this issue right?

No issue there.
 
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I'm using DVI-D and HDMI, both monitor and tv are running at 60Hz, so no problems for me.
If I was running a higher refresh-rate monitor, I would just lower the Hz before shutting down, because I would be uncomfortable flashing my expensive brand new card if there would be a BIOS update soon.

Great. So you paid $700 to have a graphics card without working fans, and it needs you to adjust monitor settings every time you turn it off. Look at the premium Geoforce Experience everybody!!!
 
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Great. So you paid $700 to have a graphics card without working fans, and it needs you to adjust monitor settings every time you turn it off. Look at the premium Geoforce Experience everybody!!!

The fans of my card are working fine, no problems here, no problems with monitor and tv either.;)
 
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Great. So you paid $700 to have a graphics card without working fans, and it needs you to adjust monitor settings every time you turn it off. Look at the premium Geoforce Experience everybody!!!

Wow, people are crazy angry that a NEW VIDEO CARD that does not support analog any longer (legacy, sunsetted feature) will not boot correctly when the DVI connection is forced to work outside it's own spec.

This is just nuts.



Look here, this is not an issue, nor a design flaw. nVidia can hardly be expected to test or design a function that is outside of specification to work on their GPU.
 
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Look here, this is not an issue, nor a design flaw. nVidia can hardly be expected to test or design a function that is outside of specification to work on their GPU.

Well, you can say that it's a regression wrt previous and competing products. I would say dot clock 'overclocking' is far more universal than gpu overclocking. Love me some XFree86 modelines!
 
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All of the low latency korean monitors came with only dvi (multiple inputs increase latency). Tons of them were sold for refresh OCing.

I have no monitors with DP. DP is a new addition to most monitors.

My HP ZR24W from 2010 has display port!
 
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from everything I read on forums its more the case that AMD has fans..and Nvidia has fanboys...
How often you see someone on a random forum telling you Nvidia is the only way to go and AMD is crap vs the other way around? 100 vs 1?
AMD users far more often tell you about getting what is the best at that moment and what works for you personally with your personal needs in mind....or ya know...sane consumers.

Lol people who call others "fan boys" are in fact themselves, fan boys...
I've tried both.. Nvidia has always won.. Performance is what I pay for..
No amount of fan boys, hoping AMD will one day be better, will change anything..
They have their niche. Beneath Nvidia..
 
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Currently issues with DP at higher refresh causing artifacting.

Some have it, some don't. I do not have this issue.
 
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Some have it, some don't. I do not have this issue.

I certainly do. Somewhat annoying my old Titan X ran better than my new 1080.
 
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Mouse Razer Naga 2014
Software Windows 10 Pro
Benchmark Scores FFXIV ARR Benchmark 1600p score 12,098[this means nothing any more!]
It will affect a small number of users (those with high refresh rate no DP ports monitors) but it is an issue nevertheless. I wonder if a VGA bios update will solve this.

Small number ...there's a lot of 1440p 120/144hz users who are still using monitors with Dual DVI...

Man everytime I invest in an Nvidia product, right after wards..something like this comes out.. wtf


I wonder what happens when you use a DVI - D to Display Port adapter.
 
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