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You're going to love them Eric cheers.gif

Not done with my testing but a quick preview...

Metro- everything maxed including DOF (except Advanced PhysX)

680 stock 1150mhz/6000mhz- 31.5
680 OC 1411mhz/6500mhz- 35.5
Titan stock 1058mhz/6000mhz- 52
Titan OC 1202mhz/6400mhz- 57

Titan stock increase over 680 stock- 65%
Titan stock increase over 680 OC'd- 46%
Titan OC'd increase over 680 stock- 80%
Titan OC'd increase over 680 OC'd- 60%

That's insane. Loving this card so far. Even if this is the best of the bunch, I'm still making out great smile.gif
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Originally Posted by dph314 View Post

You're going to love them Eric cheers.gif

Not done with my testing but a quick preview...

Metro- everything maxed including DOF (except Advanced PhysX)

680 stock 1150mhz/6000mhz- 31.5
680 OC 1411mhz/6500mhz- 35.5
Titan stock 1058mhz/6000mhz- 52
Titan OC 1202mhz/6400mhz- 57

Titan stock increase over 680 stock- 65%
Titan stock increase over 680 OC'd- 46%
Titan OC'd increase over 680 stock- 80%
Titan OC'd increase over 680 OC'd- 60%

That's insane. Loving this card so far. Even if this is the best of the bunch, I'm still making out great smile.gif
thumb.gif I'm waiting for you sli review biggrin.gif
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Grats dph! Can't wait to start playing with mine but my 7970's are under water so its going to be a hassle getting them installed (gotta drain the loop, flush, remove the 7970's, install the Titans, cut and install temp tubing for the CPU-only loop, refill,then start testing). Once testing is done for my CF 7970 vs SLI Titan Youtube channel comparison I can install the blocks for the TItans and design my permanent loop. Lots of work this water cooling!
post #1254 of 28136
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Originally Posted by dph314 View Post

You're going to love them Eric cheers.gif

Not done with my testing but a quick preview...

Metro- everything maxed including DOF (except Advanced PhysX)

680 stock 1150mhz/6000mhz- 31.5
680 OC 1411mhz/6500mhz- 35.5
Titan stock 1058mhz/6000mhz- 52
Titan OC 1202mhz/6400mhz- 57

Titan stock increase over 680 stock- 65%
Titan stock increase over 680 OC'd- 46%
Titan OC'd increase over 680 stock- 80%
Titan OC'd increase over 680 OC'd- 60%

That's insane. Loving this card so far. Even if this is the best of the bunch, I'm still making out great smile.gif

Nice results these cards are killer.

Is the 1202 with fan up full and overvoltage +37mv?
post #1255 of 28136
People running 1202 core should try limiting their FPS so the card doesn't run at 100% and see if they run into any problems. In my testing, 1202 can be perfectly stable but if you ever run vsync or run a game that doesn't utilize the card fully.. you start seeing problems in the 850-1100 ranges. Sometimes they take awhile to show up too. Really annoying.

It's really a shame because the card is capable of 1.2GHz or more, but the drivers lower the voltages too much on lower dynamic clocks when you OC too much.
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Just using the MHz slider without touching voltage, mine tops out at 1110 using Heaven / Valley, before things go south. +0.037 gets 26~40 extra, meh. Stock boost hits only 993. Gonna reset core and twiddle with mem speed, then I'm actually like going to use the thing for a while, lol.
Edited by xorbe - 2/28/13 at 6:47pm
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I have 1 EVGA Titan and 1 EVGA Titan SC.

Do I use the SC BIOS on the regular Titan or regular Titan BIOS on SC? Pretty annoying that at the time of purchase they did not have SC versions for sale yet.
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What kind of mem overclocks are people getting? I got to 7500 (!) before seeing artifacts on Valley ... not sure that's legit, lol. Okay, desktop soft freeze and recover at 7000 this time. So max is below that.
Edited by xorbe - 2/28/13 at 7:33pm
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I have 1 EVGA Titan and 1 EVGA Titan SC.

Do I use the SC BIOS on the regular Titan or regular Titan BIOS on SC? Pretty annoying that at the time of purchase they did not have SC versions for sale yet.

I used the SC BIOS on the regular and things seem to be working fine.
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I have 1 EVGA Titan and 1 EVGA Titan SC.

Do I use the SC BIOS on the regular Titan or regular Titan BIOS on SC? Pretty annoying that at the time of purchase they did not have SC versions for sale yet.

I used the SC BIOS on the regular and things seem to be working fine.

Oh great to hear! It just bothers me that I will have to flash the non-SC.
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