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Please provide me with the following info so that I can test properly. Also, I'm only playing Campaign, no MP.
i) Does FOV settings affect Campaign mode?
ii) Other than Ultra, what were the Resolution Scale, FOV and AA set to when you got 60FPS with a 780? (So that I can try with the same settings)
iii) I checked with AB's OSD, and there was no downclocking of the GPU according to it. Do I still need to check with FRAPS?

Thank you very much! smile.gif

Ok, I tried out campaign mode, very briefly for a moment. Running Non-SLi with a single Titan, all settings at Ultra except MSAA X2, I get around 60fps. This is at 1440p, 70 degrees FOV, and 100% Res scaling. I upped the Res scale to 200% and that dropped my FPS to 20. So you my guess is you are running 200%. Try 100% and see if that fixes your problems.
 
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Isnt it funny, originally I did put thermal pads on there, put them all together, then noticed that the instructions did NOT say anything about putting pads on those, so I took them apart and removed them! When I changed the blocks about a month ago, I did not put pads on there either.

Now you have me worried redface.gif

I have been overclocking my cards to 1206 core and 6400 mem at 1.212+ volts when playing games only.

Will have to pull the blocks off and redo. Will get some FujiPoly ultra again.

Love the idea of using the thermal pad for the GPU core, but even at 0.5mm I would be worried that it was too thick to install with a block that was designed to use a thin coating of TIM and therefore possible cracking the core. Might give it a go though thumb.gif

Cheers

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The amount of heat generated by the core makes is impractical and would create additional stress on the PCB also! smile.gif

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What does it mean if I am playing a game and my computer completely resets? I think my PSU is going over on the amps on the 12v rail. I never had this problem until I started running the SLi Titans. Everything looks good, my KillaWatt says I am pulling 600w from the plug with my X750 PSU, so I should be good there, but I still get random resets playing BF4 and Skyrim. These are not BSODs or the like, the computer immediately restarts like the power went out and came back on. I am running stock volts, no OC, on the Skynet bios. I am planning on buying a bigger PSU, but I wanted to confirm this is likely the cause before I pull the trigger.

This only happens when I game, when I fold on the Titans, even with a 10% OC, they are stable, I've never had a reset there, but my guess is the CPU is pulling any power during that time either, but during gaming it does.

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What does it mean if I am playing a game and my computer completely resets? I think my PSU is going over on the amps on the 12v rail. I never had this problem until I started running the SLi Titans. Everything looks good, my KillaWatt says I am pulling 600w from the plug with my X750 PSU, so I should be good there, but I still get random resets playing BF4 and Skyrim. These are not BSODs or the like, the computer immediately restarts like the power went out and came back on. I am running stock volts, no OC, on the Skynet bios. I am planning on buying a bigger PSU, but I wanted to confirm this is likely the cause before I pull the trigger.

This only happens when I game, when I fold on the Titans, even with a 10% OC, they are stable, I've never had a reset there, but my guess is the CPU is pulling any power during that time either, but during gaming it does.

Thanks

x750 for sli titans is not up to the job. 600 w doing what? Gaming? Remember that the power draw vary even during game sessions so one spike either above the limit of the PSU (750w +- some tolerance) in w or in A and the protection will turn the psu off. The PC shut off completely or just reset and start again alone without you?
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x750 for sli titans is not up to the job. 600 w doing what? Gaming? Remember that the power draw vary even during game sessions so one spike either above the limit of the PSU (750w +- some tolerance) in w or in A and the protection will turn the psu off. The PC shut off completely or just reset and start again alone without you?

Correct, 600w on my Kill-a-watt while gaming, but there could be higher spikes I've not seen. The computer completely resets and reboots on it's own, it happens instantly with no warning, but only during gaming. All other tasks are fine.

UPDATE, actually the average is around 550w.
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Correct, 600w on my Kill-a-watt while gaming, but there could be higher spikes I've not seen. The computer completely resets and reboots on it's own, it happens instantly with no warning, but only during gaming. All other tasks are fine.

UPDATE, actually the average is around 550w.

Perhaps is not the wattage that is being over but the A on the 12 v rail line. I just measured here (I have a 1200axi) and during a light gaming session (Tomb Raider) the 4 pci-e 12 lanes vary each from 5 A to up to 21 A in a single lane. Most of the time was around 9-11 A per lane. Cards were OC to 1189 mhz and getting 1.21 v core. If corsair software can be trusted ( nerdsmiley.png ) that means sometimes these cards can indeed pull close to 40 A in a spike... I was going to place some nice charts with the readings here but there are lot's of times where the A goes to zero and not sure was going on (I have several 12v rails and had to open the case and trace the ones that really belong to the titans to be sure) before doing that.

I initially have a 860axi and soon discovered was not up to the task of dual titans + 3930k oced. How much amperage you have on your 12 v rail lanes? Is single or multi? Hope that helps.
Edited by Gabrielzm - 1/8/14 at 6:00pm
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Perhaps is not the wattage that is being over but the A on the 12 v rail line. I just measured here (I have a 1200axi) and during a light gaming session (Tomb Raider) the 4 pci-e 12 lanes vary each from 5 A to up to 21 A in a single lane. Most of the time was around 9-11 A per lane. Cards were OC to 1189 mhz and getting 1.21 v core. If corsair software can be trusted ( nerdsmiley.png ) that means sometimes these cards can indeed pull close to 40 A in a spike... I was going to place some nice charts with the readings here but there are lot's of times where the A goes to zero and not sure was going on (I have several 12v rails and had to open the case and trace the ones that really belong to the titans to be sure) before doing that.

I initially have a 860axi and soon discovered was not up to the task of dual titans + 3930k oced. How much amperage you have on your 12 v rail lanes? Is single or multi? Hope that helps.

Thanks for your help. Your findings via the AXi1200 seem to make perfect sense. My X750 (actually an XFX but it is just an X750 rebranded) is rated for 62A on the single 12v rail. That means if I am also getting 40a spikes, I am going well over my 63A (need 80A). I was thinking of getting a AX850 or X850, but they only have 70A. So I guess I should go big and get 1000w which will have 83A.

I looking at the EVGA G2 1000w Gold for $169AR
or the Rosewill Tachyon 1000w Platinum for $160AR. The Rosewill is only semi-modular, so one cable would be useless which is annoying. EVGA has a better warranty too.
 
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I have SLI Titans and I get shutdowns with my AX1200 when OC'd (of course I also have a 4930k at 4.7GHz as well). These Titans require lots of power which is why I'm looking at the 1300W G2 from EVGA as my next upgrade...
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Thanks for your help. Your findings via the AXi1200 seem to make perfect sense. My X750 (actually an XFX but it is just an X750 rebranded) is rated for 62A on the single 12v rail. That means if I am also getting 40a spikes, I am going well over my 63A (need 80A). I was thinking of getting a AX850 or X850, but they only have 70A. So I guess I should go big and get 1000w which will have 83A.

I looking at the EVGA G2 1000w Gold for $169AR
or the Rosewill Tachyon 1000w Platinum for $160AR. The Rosewill is only semi-modular, so one cable would be useless which is annoying. EVGA has a better warranty too.

Glad was any help mate. If was you and have a few more bucks to invest I would go with the big brother:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438011

That would be more on the safe side besides being one of the best, if not the best, bang for the buck on the PSU front.
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Glad was any help mate. If was you and have a few more bucks to invest I would go with the big brother:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438011

That would be more on the safe side besides being one of the best, if not the best, bang for the buck on the PSU front.
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I have SLI Titans and I get shutdowns with my AX1200 when OC'd (of course I also have a 4930k at 4.7GHz as well). These Titans require lots of power which is why I'm looking at the 1300W G2 from EVGA as my next upgrade...

I would like to go that route, but I don't see myself pushing the volts past 1.212. Do you get crashes even at that voltage? I disable SLi and I'm running a single card @ 1137mhz. FPS is still over 60 in BF4, so I can wait till I get a better PSU. Plus I have to disable SLi for folding anyway.
 
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