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Just depends on the app/game I guess. It still goes down 13mhz for a second or two here and there. But it looks nothing like my Sleeping Dogs bench or anything like that. Try running that if anyone thinks their card doesn't throttle wink.gif

But yeah, they're both 1150mhz 90% of the time. Smackin' Crysis around like a .99 cent ho biggrin.gif

I don't get it.

I launched 4 games just now, no vsync.. They all start off at 1163 or so then slowly go down to about 1071. I then enable vsync and launch some games. Some games stay at about 1150-1163, others just sit there at like 980! I assume this is because the card detects full power is not needed for 60FPS, so it uses lower clocks, however I have Prefer Maximum Performance set so it shouldn't do that. If I launch a game with vsync that I can't maintain 60fps in, Crysis 3 8x MSAA, then the card throttles down to 1071 again.

Basically if I don't stress my card enough, or too much, it uses lower clocks. I need about 70-90% GPU usage. If I actually *need* titans power, it won't actually use it. Infact, If I turn VSYNC off in FC3 I get spikes under 60FPS because the card starts to throttle. With VSYNC on, it's a steady 60FPS because the card uses it's max clocks (85% GPU Usage). The card makes absolutely no sense.
Edited by Murlocke - 3/3/13 at 3:27pm
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Backplates from EK go on sale March 7th, you can preorder right now. Purchased 2 last night, $30USD a piece as usual.
Nah I will take the EVGA ones as usual

Btw that score of 1242Mhz with lower temps is really really promising.

Understand but my whole rig is EK and want to keep it consistent.
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I don't get it.

I launched 4 games just now, no vsync.. They all start off at 1163 or so then slowly go down to about 1071. I then enable vsync and launch some games. Some games stay at about 1150-1163, others just sit there at like 980! I assume this is because the card detects full power is not needed for 60FPS, so it uses lower clocks, however I have Prefer Maximum Performance set so it shouldn't do that. If I launch a game with vsync that I can't maintain 60fps in, Crysis 3 8x MSAA, then the card throttles down to 1071 again.

Basically if I don't stress my card enough, or too much, it uses lower clocks. I need about 70-90% GPU usage. If I actually *need* titans power, it won't actually use it. Infact, If I turn VSYNC off in FC3 I get spikes under 60FPS because the card starts to throttle. With VSYNC on, it's a steady 60FPS because the card uses it's max clocks (85% GPU Usage). The card makes absolutely no sense.

I would try RMAing at that point. Couldn't hurt to try. Evga got have some gtx titans waiting for RMA purposes.
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I would try RMAing at that point. Couldn't hurt to try. Evga got have some gtx titans waiting for RMA purposes.

Based on what a lot of reviews said, and that other users are experiencing the same i'm not so sure RMAing will fix it. A few reviews claimed their card started at a high clock then went down too. My actual benchmarks seems to match the scores of people claiming to run a consistent 1150MHz too.. which makes no sense to me.
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Based on what a lot of reviews said, and that other users are experiencing the same i'm not so sure RMAing will fix it. A few reviews claimed their card started at a high clock then went down too. My actual benchmarks seems to match the scores of people claiming to run a consistent 1150MHz too.. which makes no sense to me.

And I doubt RMAing is even an option as long as the card can run at 837MHz during load... Nothing over that is guaranteed.
 
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post #1997 of 28139
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I would try RMAing at that point. Couldn't hurt to try. Evga got have some gtx titans waiting for RMA purposes.
Why would they let you RMA a card that works within specs.
Even if it acting weird while OC'ed there is really no reason as it was sold as 837 or a tad higher if SC edition and even while it throttles it stays above those specs.
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I don't get it.

I launched 4 games just now, no vsync.. They all start off at 1163 or so then slowly go down to about 1071. I then enable vsync and launch some games. Some games stay at about 1150-1163, others just sit there at like 980! I assume this is because the card detects full power is not needed for 60FPS, so it uses lower clocks, however I have Prefer Maximum Performance set so it shouldn't do that. If I launch a game with vsync that I can't maintain 60fps in, Crysis 3 8x MSAA, then the card throttles down to 1071 again.

Basically if I don't stress my card enough, or too much, it uses lower clocks. I need about 70-90% GPU usage. If I actually *need* titans power, it won't actually use it. Infact, If I turn VSYNC off in FC3 I get spikes under 60FPS because the card starts to throttle. With VSYNC on, it's a steady 60FPS because the card uses it's max clocks (85% GPU Usage). The card makes absolutely no sense.

Kepler has done this for a long time murlocke, even with maximum performance enabled in CP. My 680s have always done this in games that don't require full 100% load, however it is odd that you get crysis 3 throttling. My cards stay 100% boost speed in crysis 3 or any other game that is 90-100% GPU load. It is puzzling that it happens in crysis 3 to you.

Kepler cards (including the 600 series) will always downclock in 13mhz bins when the full GPU boost speed isn't required, it happens a lot in older games when vsync is turned on. My lightnings are stock clocked at 1202 and boost higher in most games - when vsync is on, in older games they will stay at 1202 mhz regardless of what my boost offset is set to. But in games that need the power such as crysis 3, I'm always at around 1345mhz with no downclocking or throttling. Kepler has technology that adapts the GPU speed based on what type of GPU load is required - if it is less than 100% and vsync is in, usually you will be at stock speed (not overclocked)

This is not abnormal behaviour for the Kepler series of chips - they really adjust bins depending on what GPU load is required. What *is* puzzling is that you get throttling in crysis 3 and synthetics, that never happens on my lightnings - if my cards output 90-100% load, they will always stay at full boost with no throttling. I presume there is an issue with your BIOS perhaps? or something else going on causing that....doesn't make sense. But yeah with vsync on in older games you will never get full boost speeds, even with maximum performance turned on in the control panel.
Edited by xoleras - 3/3/13 at 3:57pm
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Based on what a lot of reviews said, and that other users are experiencing the same i'm not so sure RMAing will fix it. A few reviews claimed their card started at a high clock then went down too. My actual benchmarks seems to match the scores of people claiming to run a consistent 1150MHz too.. which makes no sense to me.

Damn.. i can only get 1071mhz stable with mine. sad-smiley-002.gif

pumping +37mv and uping PT 106% does nothing for this card. Bad OC is not merits for RMA.... frown.gif
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Why would they let you RMA a card that works within specs.
Even if it acting weird while OC'ed there is really no reason as it was sold as 837 or a tad higher if SC edition and even while it throttles it stays above those specs.

Yeah i realized that after i posted.
Edited by Fallendreams - 3/3/13 at 3:56pm
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Kepler has done this for a long time murlocke, even with maximum performance enabled in CP. My 680s have always done this in games that don't require full 100% load, however it is odd that you get crysis 3 throttling. My cards stay 100% boost speed in crysis 3 or any other game that is 90-100% GPU load. It is puzzling that it happens in crysis 3 to you.

Kepler cards (including the 600 series) will always downclock in 13mhz bins when the full GPU boost speed isn't required, it happens a lot in older games when vsync is turned on. My lightnings are stock clocked at 1202 and boost higher in most games - when vsync is on, in older games they will stay at 1202 mhz regardless of what my boost offset is set to. But in games that need the power such as crysis 3, I'm always at around 1345mhz with no downclocking or throttling. Kepler has technology that adapts the GPU speed based on what type of GPU load is required - if it is less than 100% and vsync is in, usually you will be at stock speed (not overclocked)

My 680 didn't declock when fully loaded either, it's new with GPU Boost 2.0/Titan.
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Damn.. i can only get 1071mhz stable with mine. sad-smiley-002.gif

Sounds like mine.
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