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BTW this the least overclockable card/generation yet. It seems that nVidia not feeling the heat from AMD made her to cut back in allowed tweaks and performance boosts.

Just last gen I could routinely get 20% + performance increase, even 30% + under water. From what I'm reading in this thread even under water we cannot top 15% performance boost over stock clocks/boost.
This is the card/gen that needs tweaked bios the most... let's see what we'll get.
Stock Boost ist ~1530 so when people like me are hitting 2000+ on air already thats already an OC over 30%. We will see what happens when we put those monster under water with voltage control thumb.gif
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Stock Boost ist ~1530 so when people like me are hitting 2000+ on air already thats already an OC over 30%. We will see what happens when we put those monster under water with voltage control thumb.gif
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interesting , 1417 + 45% is 2054 , i get a stable benchmark run @ 2098 that's roughly 50% Over Stock

Well, what I did was to measure what I was getting before overclocking (stock) and afterwards. I got about 10%-13% extra performance in my Titan XP. I'm not sure how you got more.

Guru 3D's overclocking review backs me up, the actual gains are minimal: http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/nvidia_titan_x_(pascal)_overclock_guide,12.html

Here's hoping to get more from water + voltage + bios tweaks.

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Well, what I did was to measure what I was getting before overclocking and afterwards. I got about 10%-13% extra performance in my Titan XP. I'm not sure how you got more.

Guru 3D's overclocking review backs me up, the actual gains are minimal: http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/nvidia_titan_x_(pascal)_overclock_guide,12.html
Quite easy really , Stock clock is 1417MHz , it Boosts itself by 30% from factory to around 1860MHz and you can easily oveclock to 2050MHz in most cases and +50Mhz in some. Overall its about 50% over stock 1417MHz
EDIT: If you do the Math 9Series were worse then 10Series , 980 @ 1127 Stock most common OC was 1506MHz over 1127MHz STOCK , thats not even 35%
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Finally got home from my trip today and installed my TXP that has been sitting at my house since Friday. Threw a simple OC on it, +190/+485. Really like it so far. Used the settings for top 30.





If you have time can you do it in 4k, i scored: fps:44,4 score:1118 min 21,2 max 99,6. smile.gif
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Quite easy really , Stock clock is 1417MHz , it Boosts itself by 30% from factory to around 1860MHz and you can easily oveclock to 2050MHz in most cases and +50Mhz in some. Overall its about 50% over stock 1417MHz
EDIT: If you do the Math 9Series were worse then 10Series , 980 @ 1127 Stock most common OC was 1506MHz over 1127MHz STOCK , thats not even 35%

I understand the math, but in actual performance overclocking (as it currently stands, pre-modding and pre-good cooling) is not much worth it.

Just by keeping it stock you get 90% of the performance, this certainly did not happen last gen. My last Titan X pre-overclocking (and modding) was at 75% of the performance , ultimately making the overclocking worth my while. In this gen, I don't see much point to overclocking, I'll probably return to it when more bios/voltage tweaks are in and when I'd receive my hybrid cooler; as of now I'm kind of underwhelmed.

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4.3.0 Beta 11 to offer voltage control, to be released says Hilbert. This will be nice if it works. http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/nvidia_titan_x_(pascal)_overclock_guide,2.html

Good news if they limit max voltage to 1.08v. People just dont seem to understand how inadequate the Titan X VRM is and how big the risk of blowing up the card is for anything over 1.1v when overclocking.

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Stock Boost ist ~1530 so when people like me are hitting 2000+ on air already thats already an OC over 30%. We will see what happens when we put those monster under water with voltage control thumb.gif
Nvidia lists stock boost as the minimum possible. All cards so far have boosted to 1800MHz completely stock out of the box, with 90%+ of them at 1850MHz. So really, that is stock. Not 1500MHz.

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I understand the math, but in actual performance overclocking (as it currently stands, pre-modding and pre-good cooling) is not much worth it.

Just by keeping it stock you get 90% of the performance, this certainly did not happen last gen. My last Titan X pre-overclocking (and modding) was at 75% of the performance , ultimately making the overclocking worth my while. In this gen, I don't see much point to overclocking, I'll probably return to it when more bios/voltage tweaks are in and when I'd receive my hybrid cooler; as of now I'm kind of underwhelmed.
Well, i was able to push 980 to 1582MHz , lets just wait and see what BIOS Tools will bring thumb.gif Nvidia did take it to the next level of tryin to lock that biggrin.gif
And yes Hybrid kit is stashed away until needed , as of today no matter what my OC is , didn't get over 74 degrees.
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What form of TIM is on the stock backplate if any? is it the 3mm adhesive pads?
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If you have time can you do it in 4k, i scored: fps:44,4 score:1118 min 21,2 max 99,6. smile.gif

Heres mine at 4K. I havent tweaked my OC yet, I could go higher for sure.

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What temps do you get at 100% fan? What is your ambient?

I question validity of the SLI option... running 1080s in SLI and thinking of moving to a single TX. Just for well, the boost everywhere. It's 30% but it's everywhere. SLI, on the other hand, doesn't run that well, I mean, doesn't run at all in many games.

I never ran my 1080s at 100% while gaming, but they are both sold off as of today, officially. I did do so just to see what 100% fan was like. I actually made a video of a single G1's fan speed at 100%. I'd say it's every bit of annoying as any cooler (blower or AIB) at 100%. Temps on those cards were about 81-83C for the top at around 75% fan and the bottom card got to around 73C with about 60% fan. This was with a custom fan profile that was set to be more aggressive near the top of that temperature range.

I don't run my Titan X P at 100% either, but temps will hit the 85C limit that I set. My ambients are ~77F/25C.

My biggest suggestion is to take into account what game you think you'll play the most or the majority of the games you are interested in and go from there. If you're into a lot of indie titles or triple-A games with mediocre SLI support (i.e. Fallout 4), then most definitely stick to a single card if you want to avoid as many headaches as possible tongue.gif. However, if you're a BF4 or Battlefront fan, SLI is an amazing thing. My 1080s pushed BF4 completely maxed at around 80+ FPS in 4K. Currently, my plan is to stick to a single Titan X P, but I'm getting the itch for a second card again...I ordered a mITX board for my system to downsize and actually prevent me from doing SLI again, but I still am unable to decide redface.gif.

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