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best settings for a full power gtx 1070 in a laptop?

PostThu Dec 06, 2018 11:43 pm

looking for the ideal settings in NVIDIA control panel for a gtx 1070. and the compatible driver number. fusion edits run for a little while then crash, due to the wrong settings. Thanks!!
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Re: best settings for a full power gtx 1070 in a laptop?

PostFri Dec 07, 2018 6:24 pm

It may take some experimentation, particularly with the driver version, as it's unlikely anyone has exactly the same configuration as you. In general, turn off FXAA, MFAA and Ambient Occlusion—you don't want any of those things disguising your work, anyway.

Keep your screen at its native resolution and refresh rate.

Turn off any overclocking, if applicable.
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Re: best settings for a full power gtx 1070 in a laptop?

PostTue Dec 11, 2018 4:18 pm

You would not happen to know which driver is the current recommended one?
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Re: best settings for a full power gtx 1070 in a laptop?

PostTue Dec 11, 2018 8:06 pm

Not for the 1070, no. We're running the Titan X on v398.36.

I think I have a 1060 on home working well with the latest game ready driver, whichever that is. But like I said, there may be interactions with other parts of your hardware or software that can change the recipe.
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