Originally Posted by KaRLiToS
I have really bad days recently, sorry.
I will update tomorrow.I will leave OCN for a while but will still update the thread everyday without connecting to it.
Really sorry to hear that. I hope things get better.
Originally Posted by ahnafakeef
Throttling? Are you talking about the CPU, because I had no idea they did that. And I dont think that my GPU is throttling, although I can check keeping the OSD on if it is deemed necessary. Had the OSD disabled since I was told that it affects the score negatively.
I did as you asked (Turbo became disables once I increased the multiplier, dont know if thats normal), CoreTemp even showed the the CPU to be at 4322MHz at Windows startup. Is that enough proof of Valley running at 4.3GHz?
I'd be really grateful if someone ran it at 3.9 vs 4.3 for me. Maybe I'll go and ask in the Titan owners thread.
If CoreTemp is showing 4.3 I would think it is correct, however I would still have CPU-Z and CoreTemp up with Valley in windowed mode to make sure it is running 4.3 throughout the benchmark. Yes, Turbo gets disabled when you up the multiplier, that is normal.
I meant to check if your Titan is throttling for whatever reason. With Precision X, I bring up the hardware monitor to make sure the GPU clocks, voltage, and mem clock are all a perfectly flat line at the expected level throughout the benchmark run. That way I know there wasn’t any throttling or problems. Here is a screen shot I posted trying to help another 690 owner, but you can see the graphs I mentioned are all flat with no drops while Valley was running.
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You want to make sure your graphs looks similar when running 3.9 and 4.3. You can have the Precision hardware monitor window open on the desktop, while you do a full screen run of Valley. Then you can look afterwards and see what the graphs look like. Hopefully someone here or in the Titan thread can do a comparison for you.