Originally Posted by OccamRazor
When you enable SLI isnt it normal that the faster card downclocks to the slower cards values? what if volts go the same way? and what if when you flash modded bios that ceases to happen and you see different volts and clocks?
could be driver related as well, and could be clocks persistence, as in if you use more than one program to overclock some values could be "stuck" in the drivers somehow...
lets wait for his reply...
Meanwhile if you want check the original thread about the TI bios: http://forum.techinferno.com/nvidia-video-cards/3454-nvidia-gtx-titan-modified-vbios-more-control-better-overclocking.html
Yeah, thanks. Been a member of TI forums for a while. SVL7 ( i think its Sven) does a great job modding bios' for many gpus. With sli, the cards will run at different clocks based on hard-coded performance parameters(we see AISC). I had a 59 and a 78. The 59 ran idle clock at slightly higher V, and required higher V at any clock. My current two are about equal at 77 and 79% and run at pace with eachother, although one will reach a higher OC at 1.212v.
Never used AB (it is precision X with a diff face). And never had trouble thus far with PX and the TI bios. I do have inspector installed but dont use it. And yes, ONLY ise ONE software program to OC your card(s). Think about how using two windows programs to OC a CPU would mess things up, when you shouldn't use one in the first place.
Some day (i hope) gpus will have a bios direct interface like your MB/CPU does - even oldschool style would be better than we currently have.
Half these problem will dissapear.