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"So I went ahead and flashed...it worked perfectly! PrecisionX now lets me go up to 110% and monitoring power I can see it peak at that. I'd guess 285 watts should be safe, so I think I'll go ahead and try that next."

It seems a brave soul has hex edited the titan bios and seems to have good news.
HOW!
Link!
Thanks!

I'm so excited right now.
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I really hope this works... 7970's are not for me one bit....
 
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Sorry to be posting so much, but I figured since we are all learning about this card and how it works, it is better to have more information out and about.

For the last 30 minutes or so I have been running with the following settings on my Titan:

Power Target : 106
Temp Target: 85c (Not Linked)
Core Offset: +150 (standard non-sc version of Titan)
Memory : Standard
Fan Profile: 1:1, when it is 60c, fan is at 60% etc.
Voltage is at standard
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
So far I have had NO downthrottling and smooth sailing. It has stayed at rock solid 1124mhz, 1.162v, GPU Power is showing between 87-92%, GPU Usage at 97-99%, Temp has not exceeded 70c in the last 30 min or so of Unigine Runs (still running as of now).

Interesting enough, earlier in the day when I started testing, I did get throttling on my card, at the same offset and other settings with the exception of the fan curve. When I did get throttling, the card did hit around 80c at some poing, but I also had the fan running around a +5 over temp. So when the card was hitting 70c, I had the fan at 75% etc. I am really starting to see that the throttling is between the temp and the fan speed, but I know not everyone is experiencing throttling. I can create the throttling by allowing a little bit of heat, but a much more agressive fan profile which does not make a lot of sense to me.

Hope this is useful to someone. Will report back with more results.

Edit: Just crashed at +150 with same setting and no voltage increase. Going to test +150 and a little voltage to see if crashes again.

I have the same settings.... except im trying +50 first and moving up trying not use voltage yet.
One thing i am really happy about with this card ? Absolutely silent and runs cool.
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I really hope this works... 7970's are not for me one bit....

But are you going to risk it though? Unofficial Bios editing/flashing I beleive voids your warranty on teh card. I mean, I am all for a bit high power target and going to water next week I can keep them cool, but I personally would be weary of doing this. I just hope that Evga or Nvidia makes an official Bios release with a bit more flexibility in the power target.
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Speaking of cooling frozencpu has ek blocks in stock. I have 2 coming.

I am not a greedy man I would be more than happy with a modded bios and 1200mhz titans that don't downclock right when you actually need the high clocks.
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I really hope this works... 7970's are not for me one bit....

This should be good. Why arent they?
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I have the same settings.... except im trying +50 first and moving up trying not use voltage yet.
One thing i am really happy about with this card ? Absolutely silent and runs cool
.[/SPOILER]

Let me know your results. I did the same, I went at +50 per run and it finally crashed at +150 without additional voltage. It crashed after about 5 runs of Unigine. Right now I am on run number 4 or Unigine at +150 with +25 voltage (which maxes the voltage at 1.187v) the same as if you set it to +37 on the voltage meter. What is it boosting to for you? And is it downclocking at all? I am still rock solid 1150mhz and no downclocking at all. Temp still have not exceeded 71c.
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But are you going to risk it though? Unofficial Bios editing/flashing I beleive voids your warranty on teh card. I mean, I am all for a bit high power target and going to water next week I can keep them cool, but I personally would be weary of doing this. I just hope that Evga or Nvidia makes an official Bios release with a bit more flexibility in the power target.

Never going to happen and this is ocn. We push our cards on this forum
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Speaking of cooling frozencpu has ek blocks in stock. I have 2 coming.

I am not a greedy man I would be more than happy with a modded bios and 1200mhz titans that don't downclock right when you actually need the high clocks.

Yup...I have 2 on the way as well. Fed Ex tracking shows them coming around on Tuesday.
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But are you going to risk it though? Unofficial Bios editing/flashing I beleive voids your warranty on teh card. I mean, I am all for a bit high power target and going to water next week I can keep them cool, but I personally would be weary of doing this. I just hope that Evga or Nvidia makes an official Bios release with a bit more flexibility in the power target.


I'll be up under water as soon as I can get my hands on blocks. I just bought these 7970's less than a month ago. Youtube BSOD's, web browser screen tearing, seem like you have to uninstall a whole OS to do driver switches. If my browser is sitting still. It will tear on it's on, like jump. I like the smoothness of Nvidia basically & I'm tired of switching out. I've been through five card series since Dec. 2011 & that's when I started doing custom rigs. If WC will help with the throttling, I'm all for it....

I OC my 7970's @ 1050/1475 memory & get system freezes... I'm tired of all that mess frankly....


Not thing about a warranty, I work hard & I wanna enjoy myself. Bottom line...
 
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