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Gaming purposes, SLI GTX680 is still way to go?

Not for any of us on this thread lol. Resolution depending but over all 1 titan will give you a smother fps experience. Funny question to ask here lol.

Niw if you have lightning or classifieds especially classifieds with 4gb ram and good overclocks, that might be a different story wink.gif

Now back to the TITAN HAHAHAHA

Any one got some testing with modded bios and very cool temps yet?
Edited by supermi - 3/3/13 at 12:57pm
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That's not really strange at all. Transistors have a higher intrinsic resistance at higher temperatures (∝ exp{T} ). This implies, higher leakage, higher dynamic power consumption and lower current (more glitches).

Maybe someone should PM nVidia or do a driver hack to see what boost 2.0's exact algorithm is.

No fair using science. tongue.gif

I have flashed my original bios back and will be waiting for blocks to see what I can do on water. Also throwing my old cards up on that auction site. wink.gif
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That's not really strange at all. Transistors have a higher intrinsic resistance at higher temperatures (∝ exp{T} ). This implies, higher leakage, higher dynamic power consumption and lower current (more glitches).

Maybe someone should PM nVidia or do a driver hack to see what boost 2.0's exact algorithm is.

Yes I know but I don't usually expect that to show with the temp differences we're talking about. Sure if you used LN2 but with a 25C drop?
 
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post #1964 of 28134
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Gaming purposes, SLI GTX680 is still way to go?

There are people that have gone from SLI 680s to a single Titan and claim it's an overall more smoother experience, even with FPS reading lower. That's exactly what I experienced when going from SLI/CF to a single GPU in the past.

It's not all about sheer FPS, but either solution is good.
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Take that stuff with a grain of salt. He shows no graph, and he's just sitting on the desktop with a 3DMark score. I could make a picture just like that showing 1300 core. Even if that's legit, he probably was stable in 3DMark because his card throttled... and because 3DMark is awful at testing stability (at least for me). I can pass it at insane clocks.

Far Cry 3 with adapative vsync is the best method so far for testing stability I think. It won't fully load the card, but it keeps your clocks maxed. I had it crash within minutes at 1176 core. I can run Heaven/Valley for hours at 1202 core (but it throttles ofc). This is with 0 overclocking on the memory and max voltage.

Agreed completely. Also, I'll add - While it's discouraging to have a card that clocks slightly lower, put it into perspective - 1100 vs 1200 in games translates into 1 fps if that.

I can overclock my lightnings to nearly 1400, but it doesn't translate into a lot of additional performance for games. It's nice for benchmarking, but not necessary really - my clockspeeds during games are lower just because the difference in power consumption and heat isn't worth it unless i'm going for a 3dmark record. And 1.4V 1400mhz my lightnings definitely guzzle power like crazy.

I can say i'd be perfectly happy with 1100mhz SLI titans smile.gif
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Yes I know but I don't usually expect that to show with the temp differences we're talking about. Sure if you used LN2 but with a 25C drop?

 

It rises exponentially. Also, it's of course bound to the precision of the sensor anyways. 1% is like 2.5W?

 

Again, we need the algorithm. It's basically guessing what's inside this tongue.gif:

 

In the end all variables come down to temperatures though. Have you tried a temp limit of 110-120*C yet?

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Agreed completely. While it's discouraging to have a card that clocks slightly lower, put it into perspective - 1100 vs 1200 in games translates into 1 fps if that.

I can overclock my lightnings to nearly 1400, but it doesn't translate into a lot of additional performance for games. It's nice for benchmarking, but not necessary really - my clockspeeds during games are lower just because the difference in power consumption and heat isn't worth it unless i'm going for a 3dmark record. And 1.4V 1400mhz my lightnings definitely guzzle power like crazy.

I disagree with the bold for single GPU, on SLI I agree with that statement though. I got very small gains when OCing with SLI in the past. This card sees massive improvements with higher clocks. 100MHz is dang near 10FPS at the start of Valley for me. tongue.gif
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Hmm, well, I also see big improvements in synthetic benchmarks. Games, not so much. Benchmarks rely 100% on GPU brute force while games rely more on all systems working well with each other - CPU, GPU, etc. I can get 10 more fps in Unigine Heaven with an overclock, but that doesn't translate into higher games performance in something like Guild Wars 2 or Sleeping Dogs. Games tend to work off of an interplay between all subsystems, synthetic benchmarks are the opposite relying completely and solely on measuring the GPU. So that same 100mhz that will give you 10 fps in Unigine (synthetic) probably will not give the same percentage increase in a real world game.

I've benchmarked my lightnings a million times since I bought them, and came to the conclusion that overclocking was amazing for 3d mark and Heaven, but didn't make as much of a difference in games. Believe me, I tested and tested and tested over and over and over - games just weren't getting the same percentage increase tongue.gif

Don't get me wrong, there is an increase - but I just cruise my lightnings at 1300mhz these days even though I can get higher (clockspeeds). It's usually not worth it. I guess I just wouldn't sweat it if I bought a Titan that wouldn't hit 1200mhz. I certainly wouldn't return it, just IMO
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I haven't flashed yet, I just see very noticeable improvements just by lowering the temps. Apparently lower temps also lower the measured power for some strange reason. But the card still hits the 106% power limit and then throttles, it just happens later.

Don't know what low temps + BIOS will do yet.

Strange, I did comparison graphs on my card with keeping the card at under 65C versus 85C and there was absolutely no difference. Only way I can keep it under 60C is with 85% fan speed, and that causes massive throttling because of the fan's wattage.

Every Titan seems to be different.

Lower temps does nothing for me. That screen shot I posted for EVGA_Jacob the other day...temp was up to 59C, and it throttled a little more than it does when it gets up to 80C. So, I'm back to thinking it's the fan speed, but then I get throttling with Power % in the 90's. So...I'm back to having no clue what to think thumb.gif

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Take that stuff with a grain of salt. He shows no graph, and he's just sitting on the desktop with a 3DMark score. I could make a picture just like that showing 1300 core. Even if that's legit, he probably was stable in 3DMark because his card throttled... and because 3DMark is awful at testing stability (at least for me). I can pass it at insane clocks.

Far Cry 3 with adapative vsync is the best method so far for testing stability I think. It won't fully load the card, but it keeps your clocks maxed. I had it crash within minutes at 1176 core. I can run Heaven/Valley for hours at 1202 core (but it throttles ofc). This is with 0 overclocking on the memory and max voltage.

Agreed completely. Also, I'll add - While it's discouraging to have a card that clocks slightly lower, put it into perspective - 1100 vs 1200 in games translates into 1 fps if that.

I can overclock my lightnings to nearly 1400, but it doesn't translate into a lot of additional performance for games. It's nice for benchmarking, but not necessary really - my clockspeeds during games are lower just because the difference in power consumption and heat isn't worth it unless i'm going for a 3dmark record. And 1.4V 1400mhz my lightnings definitely guzzle power like crazy.

I can say i'd be perfectly happy with 1100mhz SLI titans smile.gif

You would be more than happy with Titan SLI, even coming from those Lightnings. I didn't add SLI to the charts yet, but you can get the idea from single-card comparisons. I compared to a 1411mhz/6500mhz Lightning in addition to reference, for those of us wondering if it would still be worth it to upgrade from a high-clocking 680 Lightning (these are before I got to OCing the memory too):




Insane increase in power-hungry games like Metro wink.gif





Edited by dph314 - 3/3/13 at 1:22pm
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huh.... I only get 1187mV when I max the slider.

Same with me, my max voltage is 1.187mv. I know others have got 1.202 or something like that, but not sure why others can and we cannot. Does not make sense. It also does not make sense that when you change voltage to .25 or .38 you get 1.187 for both. I do think something is off with the reading because at .25 I crash after a while in Heaven, but with .38 I don't crash.
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