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Whats the deal with ZOTAC? I can swap my EVGA's that are in back order with no ETA for the ZOTAC. lol

Does the green led light thing work with other brands other than EVGA?


hmm

1. wait for up to 4 weeks for the EVGA's

2. swap the EVGA's for ZOTAC?

3. Get my $2100 back and buy ASUS Titans in 4 hours and pay $2598?


?????????
post #1422 of 28136
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

Then NVIDIA lied.

My guess is it will just be factory overclocked with different BIOS (bios any Titan can use), or it's a false rumor and the lighting won't be unveiled.

I dont know what to believe murlocke but throwing the lightning name on a reference card is just wrong.
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What I encountered was that if I let my Titan cool down to idle temps, and then fired up Valley, the max boost was then realized and crashed (while attempting too aggressive overclocks). After the card heats up to 80C (mine seems to sit at 79-81C no matter what I twiddle with in evga precision x 4.0) then it doesn't seem to reach that max initial boost. I've only tried one game so far (FC3) with no issues, but that keeps the card pegged at 99% of course. I'll try TF2 / Portal tonight at low settings / vsync -- that'll probably get the card to trigger those middle grounds.

I'm just running +100 core/+250 memory for now (still not 100% sure on it, I thought I saw some artifacts last night while raiding). This is a superclocked card, and with these settings this is 1176MHz max boost. However, hardly anything uses that or even close. Valley/Heaven rarely take it above 1136 even with keeping the temps below 70C.

It makes me wonder what these people running valley at 1176+ are getting for their "max boost", soon as they start up a game that actually uses it, I can only assume it's going to cause issues. The only way I found to actually find my "max boost" is enabling K-boost in Precision and restarting. It will then run the card at 100% on the desktop, so you can easily see it. My first overclock was actually 1228 core for the "max boost", and it was STILL stable in valley/heaven because it only ran it at 1100-1176, but soon as I got into a game that sometimes uses max boost, it had major issues.

Why did they make this card so difficult. I thought my 680 was difficult, but Boost 2.0 takes it to another level.
Edited by Murlocke - 3/1/13 at 11:18am
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I dont know what to believe murlocke but throwing the lightning name on a reference card is just wrong.

Well.. I don't think MSI has said ANYTHING about a lightning Titan.

The ONLY reference to this is a press release from MSI that came out on TechPowerup that literally said

"... and their latest Titan GPU and other Lightning Cards.."

Which doesn't mean a damn thing past the fact that MSI can sell the reference TITAN card.

Now, what they MIGHT do is throw a TF5 cooler on the reference TITAN (kinda like what they did with their TF3 cooler on a gtx680 shortly after it came out), but I am pretty sure they will not be doing any custom PCB's.
post #1425 of 28136
What is K Boost anyway? I only had about 5 minutes to mess with it this morning...
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What is K Boost anyway? I only had about 5 minutes to mess with it this morning...

Makes the card use max boost and max voltage 24/7 (desktop, watching movies, etc). It will still "downclock" the same in demanding apps though.

I definitely wouldn't use it for anything other than testing. It will lower the lifetime of the card, drastically increase your power draw, and your computer will be louder because the card will run hotter. I don't see why they couldn't of made it use 2D clocks, then have all 3D clocks be the same. Makes way more sense than full speed at all times.
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What is K Boost anyway? I only had about 5 minutes to mess with it this morning...

Here, you may have to sort through this, but its worth the effort if you are gonna be living with Precision (kboost is part of this):
http://www.evga.com/forums/tt.aspx?forumid=22
Edited by armando666 - 3/1/13 at 11:50am
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Weirdly I don't seem to get any throttling in my limited testing so far. It either runs all the way through at 1176MHz or crashes the driver at any higher clock speed.
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Well.. I don't think MSI has said ANYTHING about a lightning Titan.

The ONLY reference to this is a press release from MSI that came out on TechPowerup that literally said

"... and their latest Titan GPU and other Lightning Cards.."

Which doesn't mean a damn thing past the fact that MSI can sell the reference TITAN card.

Now, what they MIGHT do is throw a TF5 cooler on the reference TITAN (kinda like what they did with their TF3 cooler on a gtx680 shortly after it came out), but I am pretty sure they will not be doing any custom PCB's.

What is the current TF cooler? IV? V? TFV Titan would make sense. Hope they increase target power
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What is the current TF cooler? IV? V? TFV Titan would make sense. Hope they increase target power
Would be useless if they didn't
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