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My 680 didn't declock when fully loaded either, it's new with GPU Boost 2.0/Titan.
Sounds like mine.

You know, the more I hear about GPU boost 2.0 - I kinda wish they had kept GPU boost 1.0 for the GK110 frown.gif

Sounds like it would have been more ideal, because maintaining 70C or lower usually isn't difficult. Whereas you guys seem to be having a nightmare with GPU boost 2.0, and most
of the problems are mysterious because some cards have it and some don't!

Hopefully you get this worked out - a new unified driver should be out soon, maybe that will rectify the situation somewhat. Might be worth asking over @ the nvidia forums whether this is intended behaviour - honestly, fan speed affecting GPU boost sounds like total nonsense to me. I can't see that being intended, it is completely ridiculous.
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honestly, fan speed affecting GPU boost sounds like total nonsense to me. I can't see that being intended, it is completely ridiculous.

I don't see that fixing my card either way. I can set fan speed to a steady 50%, and the card still starts throttling before even reaching 70C. It's something else causing the throttling.
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I don't see that fixing my card either way. I can set fan speed to a steady 50%, and the card still starts throttling before even reaching 70C. It's something else causing the throttling.

Same with mine! At 53c~64c range is when it starts throttling. I never get any where 80c or my Target Temp with my fan profile (1:1 Raito). Try setting the Default fan profile to see if it was my fan profile keeping me back but nope, still does it.
Edited by Fallendreams - 3/3/13 at 4:16pm
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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).

In this case, lower power target to keep the card steady. Perhaps it won't peak as high, but it'll avoid the dips maybe. Worth a shot possibly.
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Same with mine! At 53c~64c range is when it starts throttling. I never get any where 80c or my Target Temp with my fan profile. 1:1 ratio.

Has anyone tried that asus BIOS on their EVGA card to see if it alleviates the throttling at all?
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Has anyone tried that asus BIOS on their EVGA card to see if it alleviates the throttling at all?

I want to do this but if i have to RMA card later on i don't want screw myself out $1,000. sad-smiley-002.gif This would be interesting to see however. thinking.gif Can EVGA see if you flash it with different bios even if you revert back before sending it off ? Just wondering.
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In this case, lower power target to keep the card steady. Perhaps it won't peak as high, but it'll avoid the dips maybe. Worth a shot possibly.

That was my first impression actually. tongue.gif

I tried setting voltage/TDP to stock, and running 1150MHz on the core. It still throttled even before reaching 70C. TDP on my card cannot seem to surpass 95%, i've never seen it utilize 96% in every game I tested.

Can someone list a program that uses 100% TDP on their TITAN with a picture to prove it? Then i'll see if mine does... If other Titans that aren't throttling as much are getting 100% TDP, then the fact this card cannot get over 95% TDP would justify an RMA. 100% is "within" spec.
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I want to do this but if i have to RMA card later on i don't want screw myself out $1,000. sad-smiley-002.gif This would be interesting to see however. thinking.gif Can EVGA see if you flash it with different bios even if you revert back before sending it off ? Just wondering.

You can flash it back, at least if it worked you'd know it's BIOS related and could complain to EVGA. If that's the case, EVGA would likely release "certified" BIOS that fix the issue.
Edited by Murlocke - 3/3/13 at 4:22pm
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That was my first impression actually. tongue.gif

I tried setting voltage/TDP to stock, and running 1150MHz on the core. It still throttled even before reaching 70C. TDP on my card cannot seem to surpass 95%, i've never seen it utilize 96% in every game I tested.

Can someone list a program that uses 100% TDP on their TITAN with a picture to prove it? Then i'll see if mine does... If other Titans that aren't throttling as much are getting 100% TDP, then the fact this card cannot get over 95% TDP would justify an RMA. 100% is "within" spec.
You can flash it back, at least if it worked you'd know it's BIOS related and could complain to EVGA. If that's the case, EVGA would likely release "certified" BIOS that fix the issue.

Mine hit 106% with the lower temps on 3dmark11 and 103% in valley. Both with 1202MHz with some throttling.
 
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Oh no 1st BSOD! Since the Titan is set to not go too high on voltage (even when set to max) because it won't (or isn't suppose to) go over the temp set, its fine maxing out the voltage isn't it? Trying it now, i'm assuming that's why I had a BSOD because needed more voltage. Temps were fine so doesn't seem to be that. Also side note, does anyone play with FXAA on in the panel? I haven't noticed much of an FPS gain in Farcry 3
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I run mine is SLI and surround. 1147Mhz is my highest completion of Valley but that was done at 1920*1080P.

I can rerun in surround later to see if it is the same but I expect it will be?

Please do. I need to know if it's Surround that is pushing down the max clocks due to the high-bandwidth requirement or if I just have crappy Titan's. If you could loop Valley 5 times at your highest core without crashing I'd consider that a fairly decent test.

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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.

I'm fairly skeptical at this point that water blocks will do much good. I think we are running into a power delivery throttle/issue completely and not a heat issue. I can keep my Titan at 60 C or less with 85% fan and throttling and core clock cap come in very easy. The only way I could see water-blocks helping is to remove the "strain" of the fan power draw. (can't believe I am saying something so silly NVIDIA redface.gif). If you cannot raise the voltage, water blocks won't do any substantial core increase although may help with throttling.
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+150 on core means nothing. We have no clue what speeds those are, what card you have, and what your card boosts too. Even upping your maximum voltage changes your maximum boost.

You have to tell us your boost clocks with k-boost enabled.

I would have thought people learned that with the 6xx series. Only talk about actual boosted frequencies, not what your "sliders" are set to in X program. wink.gif
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