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I'll promise you that one day I'll show you one with 24/7 cooling tongue.gif

I believe Kingpin can already do that.
 
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Getting out of work in 2 hours. Oh the suspense biggrin.gif
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post #1103 of 28139
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Actually, without someone having a few cards to test with we won't know.

From what I see so far, Base clock and boost clock is tied directly to voltage as well as power %. If the factory bios tweak raises the base clock at base voltage, and has peak boost at the same peak boost voltage as stock bios, then it will most likely help the overall power % no doubt. In order to do this, one could argue that you also need better ASIC's in order to get it stable as well so we'll see.

I'm not sure what you are getting at, you're commenting about settings in the stock bios, but I was making the point that it becomes irrelevant when you flash to another bios.

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Really looking for another Titan, anyone finding restock luck?

If this doesn't end up being completely worth it, I might just find a decent OC 7970 with a WB for my prodigy and have one for sale with an EK acetal WB. I know this is very early on, but I expected more out of a $1,000 investment into graphics. The card is a beast, but I could throw that money to my mortgage or something else instead.
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Just to follow up my previous post, I can confirm that it is possible to 'toggle' between EVGA's K-Boost feature on the Titan setting without needing to restart your PC. You simply need to turn on this setting initially, and then control it through 2 .bat files from then on.

For those who don't know what K-Boost is, it's a setting in PrecisionX that locks your card to the maximum core clock boost speed. This is great for when you want your speeds to be consistent and not spiky - this might also apply to some games such as MMO's as well, where GPU boost just doesn't always kick in. For me, I noticed this in WoW and GW2, as more CPU dependent games can make GPU boost behave strangely.

Obviously, your idle temps will increase as well as your power consumption, since your card is no longer downclocking, so this is where you can also force it to run at idle clock speeds via the use of a .bat file. I wasn't sure if this would work on the Titan and didn't hear any news about this, so I just give it a try and hey, it worked smile.gif

The step by step guide can be found here - http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1770296

I definitely recommend giving this trick a go for those who just want their cards running at peak during gaming.
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Just to follow up my previous post, I can confirm that it is possible to 'toggle' between EVGA's K-Boost feature on the Titan setting without needing to restart your PC. You simply need to turn on this setting initially, and then control it through 2 .bat files from then on.

For those who don't know what K-Boost is, it's a setting in PrecisionX that locks your card to the maximum core clock boost speed. This is great for when you want your speeds to be consistent and not spiky - this might also apply to some games such as MMO's as well, where GPU boost just doesn't always kick in. For me, I noticed this in WoW and GW2, as more CPU dependent games can make GPU boost behave strangely.

Obviously, your idle temps will increase as well as your power consumption, since your card is no longer downclocking, so this is where you can also force it to run at idle clock speeds via the use of a .bat file. I wasn't sure if this would work on the Titan and didn't hear any news about this, so I just give it a try and hey, it worked smile.gif

The step by step guide can be found here - http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1770296

I definitely recommend giving this trick a go for those who just want their cards running at peak during gaming.

Unfortunately it does not help with "keeping" the set frequencies /voltage under load and the TDP limit overrides everything and throttles the card down. It is pretty useless for my purposes.
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Unfortunately it does not help with "keeping" the set frequencies /voltage under load and the TDP limit overrides everything and throttles the card down. It is pretty useless for my purposes.

It does help with at least getting the feature on and off without having to restart every toggle. That was super annoying last night. If I didn't have raid0 SSD's I would have been flipping.
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Unfortunately it does not help with "keeping" the set frequencies /voltage under load and the TDP limit overrides everything and throttles the card down. It is pretty useless for my purposes.

Really? But isn't throttling already controlled by whether or not the temps exceed the temp target?

At least, that's what I've personally seen so far, am I missing something? I'm aware that the TDP limit on the current ref Titans can be very unforgiving, but wouldn't this be useful for maintaining a stable, mild OC of +150mhz on the core during gaming?
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post #1109 of 28139
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Originally Posted by Darco19 View Post

Just to follow up my previous post, I can confirm that it is possible to 'toggle' between EVGA's K-Boost feature on the Titan setting without needing to restart your PC. You simply need to turn on this setting initially, and then control it through 2 .bat files from then on.

For those who don't know what K-Boost is, it's a setting in PrecisionX that locks your card to the maximum core clock boost speed. This is great for when you want your speeds to be consistent and not spiky - this might also apply to some games such as MMO's as well, where GPU boost just doesn't always kick in. For me, I noticed this in WoW and GW2, as more CPU dependent games can make GPU boost behave strangely.

Obviously, your idle temps will increase as well as your power consumption, since your card is no longer downclocking, so this is where you can also force it to run at idle clock speeds via the use of a .bat file. I wasn't sure if this would work on the Titan and didn't hear any news about this, so I just give it a try and hey, it worked smile.gif

The step by step guide can be found here - http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1770296

I definitely recommend giving this trick a go for those who just want their cards running at peak during gaming.

Sajin has done a good job,but be very careful with this and running multiple monitoring programs. After I tried it on my 690, something got seriously messed up in my system dll files with the new drivers. Now boost or the bat files don't do anything, I had to uninstall and reinstall drivers multle times, and now I can't use boost, it permanently downclocks one of my gpus.
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Sajin has done a good job,but be very careful with this and running multiple monitoring programs. After I tried it on my 690, something got seriously messed up in my system dll files with the new drivers. Now boost or the bat files don't do anything, I had to uninstall and reinstall drivers multle times, and now I can't use boost, it permanently downclocks one of my gpus.

Yeah, I think you gotta be careful only when you're installing new drivers or removing the old ones, as you need to properly disable K-Boost and everything before you do that. Everyone else in the thread haven't really reported much problems though.
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