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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Overclocking Review

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Overclocked Testing:

Fallout 4:

Bethesda Game Studio's latest Fallout game, Fallout 4, takes us to post-apocalyptic Boston in the year 2287. This first or third-person RPG sees our created character explore the area, take on quests, build settlements, and unravel a long story with plenty of twists and turns. Fallout 4 runs on a modified version of the Creation Engine, the same that powers The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.


  • Ultra Preset
  • Adjust advanced settings to Max






Grand Theft Auto V:

Take a trip back to San Andreas and Blaine County in Grand Theft Auto V, the latest entry in the long-running series. Developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games, the game runs on the RAGE engine with help from Euphoria and Bullet. In GTA V, we get three distinct criminals to control throughout a story with different twists and turns that has us upping the ante in each outing. Or just stealing cars and blowing up a lot of stuff. Your choice, really.




  • MSAA  4x
  • Very High settings





Starting out with Fallout 4, the performance in-game with the GTX 1070 is pretty solid all the way up to 4K, where the FPS drops to 36, with a solid jump to 44+ when you put the screws to the clock speeds. In GTAV, I see the same kind of behavior, with overclocking generating a 5FPS bump in average FPS levels at 4K. Anything below that will be playable without issue with fairly high settings.

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