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  1. yes it is... my GTX1070 scores over 4000 FPS in windows 7.. do me a favor? partion one of your hard drives to "34GB" or Shrink drive, download with windows 7 iso from micrsoft make a bootable USB drive using microsofts USB drive installer. install windows 7 on the 34gb partion. install all your drivers,(download them all for windows 7 first and put them in a folder on the 34gb partion) download nova bench run the test again. i bet you score almost double the FPS for your graphics card.. iv been having the same problem and i cant work it out. no one seems to know or want to help.
  2. okay im still looking for help or advice from anyone who can help. i have done some more testing.. im now running duel boot Windows 7 ultimate and windows 10 pro since i could not get my old score back using windows 10. i spent alot of time fine tuning and load testing to achieve a stable and powerful overclock. the results are amazing... for windows 7... windows 10 not so impressive... Computer specs are: i5 4690k overclocked to 4.5 @ 1.22 Vcore Gigabyte G1 gaming geforce GTX1070 16g ram ddr3 ssd drives 750W power supply what i have done is download and install drivers from the gigabyte g1 gaming gtx1070 page. and used the same version for both operating systems. here are the results: (Same PC same overclock, Duel boot) WINDOWS 7 SCORE!!! (i opend the results on my win10 boot to post this, ignore the profile) Verified Novabench Score: 2526 Intel Core i5-4690K 3.50GHz running at 3501 MHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU 16311 MB System RAM (Score: 267) - RAM Speed: 18091 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 582) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 103771116 - Integer Operations/Second: 572798632 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1594395 Graphics Tests (Score: 1662) - 3D Frames Per Second: 4135 Hardware Tests (Score: 15) - Primary Partition Capacity: 223 GB - Drive Write Speed: 256 MB/s ======================================================================== ======================================================================== WINDOWS 10 SCORE Verified NovaBench Score: 2020 Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Intel Core i5-4690K 3.50GHz running at 3501 MHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU 16311 MB System RAM (Score: 270) - RAM Speed: 18615 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 579) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 103756160 - Integer Operations/Second: 574296700 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1571217 Graphics Tests (Score: 1129) - 3D Frames Per Second: 2900 Hardware Tests (Score: 42) - Primary Partition Capacity: 223 GB - Drive Write Speed: 269 MB/s As u can see from the results huge GPU performance drop from nothing more then a OS upgrade.
  3. hi mathew, your not the only one. im still waiting on answers. i lost GPU performance going to windows 10 from windows 7. im also using a 1000 series Geforce GPU gigabyte overclock GF1070 (i5 4690k OC 4.5 @1.2vcore, 16 GIGram 2400, ssd,) i had a huge drop in FPS using nova benchmark. here is the link https://novabench.com/forums/topic/13269-windows-10-upgrade-gpu-score-alot-lower/
  4. I'm still waiting for support for my system in my post. But if your able insert a drive with a windows 7 operating system and see if the gpu performance improves. I know it dose for me
  5. Yes I can run test after test and score almost the same low score now. Insert another drive with Windows 7 pro and you score a much higher graphics score
  6. Okay so iv edited this post, hopefully it's clearer now. iv upgraded my pc to windows 10 pro and now my gpu score is lower why? Is novabench not as compatible with Windows 10? All my other hardware performed the same their abouts, but the gpu scores suffered dramatically. Proof is below only days apart in the tests. All drives are current and latest f8b bios installed. windows 7 ultimate = 3624 3d fps https://novabench.com/view/1071945 Clean install windows 10 = 3030 3d fps https://novabench.com/view/1075602