Originally Posted by dpoverlord
I got a regular clocked card, is there a Titan O/C guide? I am on Air and my
Power Target is 106%,
Temp = 90
GPU Clock Offset = +70
Mem Clock Offset = +28
I find it much easier to get an overclock on my Titan by flashing the card with another BIOS rather than going down the traditional route of trial and error. You'll need to flash to another BIOS anyway since the 106% power limit probably wont be sufficient.Here
you will find a lot of BIOSes for the Titan. Flashing instructions are on the first post of this thread.
About the BIOSes:
The most renowned BIOS is Naennon's 145% power limit BIOS. It increases the voltage to 1.212v which is the highest voltage for Titans. It also gives the card a boost clock of 1202MHz, making the need to mess with core clock absolutely unnecessary. Many cards are limited by the power limit of 106% so that problem will be gone with the 145% limit too. The card will boost to 1202MHz in games provided that you leave the core clock as it is in Afterburner or Precision X.
Personally, I use one of the three variants of Murlocke's BIOSes depending on the game. Murlocke's BIOSes have a boost clock of 1150MHz, fan limit of 85% and power limit of 115%. The only difference between the three of his BIOSes is the voltage - 1.162v, 1.175v and 1.186v. Try the 1.162v one first, and if the card cant handle 1150MHz at that voltage that is, it crashes or throttles too much, then try the 1.175v one. Facing the same situation with the 1.175v one, try the 1.186v one.
Remember to set a custom fan curve in Afterburner or Precision X so that the temps never hit 80c. It is at that temp that the Titan starts to throttle.
If you absolutely want to go with the traditional method of overclocking, try TechInferno's BIOS. It removes the GPU Boost 2.0 feature and works as if it were never there. You can change the voltage and clocks as you please.
Hope this helps!