1) All in game settings are as high as they can go, AA include, EVERY setting is MAXED out. 2) Average FPS matches or exceeds the max refresh rate of your monitors, ideally I'd like to say minimum matches but that's just near impossible to guarantee. 3) Game is being played at the native resolution of your monitor(s)**
**can be said that you are maxing a game out at __ resolution as long as you state that resolution and pass the first 2 criteria
...have been re-configuring the next phase of my 'deskputer' build around the RIVE (and its MaxVE Borg twin on the same cooling loop / deskputer)...finished water-cooling the two 7990s (4 GPUs) yesterday...GPU temps dropped by 43+ C , and even without full range of voltage control (later), have been hitting 1200 MHz in some benches...
...GPUs are on their own cooling loop with 2x MPC655 pumps, 2x RX360/60 rads + 1x BlackIce rad with 15 feet of 3/4 OD tubing...basically a copy of the same cooling setup that supplies the RIVE and MaxVE
...AND FOR COMIC RELIEF (with a touch of photo-art)...this seemed like a good idea at the time...
...now you know why the setup is called 'The Borg twins'... ..and .both CPU and GPU loops add up to a combined 30 feet of blood-red tubing, pulsing with 5.5 liters of bloodshed red liquids via 4 pumps and 1760mm x 60 mm total rad space...and of the 6 cards / 8 GPUs, 4 aren't even liquid cooled >>> I better buy some more red tubing !
Gentleman what do I need to run my CPU at for 3 Titans and for 4 Titans I have not decided if I will get a 4th one yet but just trying to pre plan
...on my X79 system (3970X, RIVE, 32GB 2400 MHz RAM) I need to run at least 5100 MHz to reach GPU usage rates of over 95% uniformly across all 4 GPUs...the better the GPU, the higher the CPU MHz number will have to be as a rule of thumb to avoid any and all bottlenecks (others may have a different opinion, but my )