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Originally Posted by valkeriefire View Post

I've got a question I probably already know the answer to, but I am going to try it anyway.

Has anyone experienced shutdowns with SLi Titans on a 850w/850w PSU? I'm look at a good deal on a Seasonic 860w Platinum. I'd like to buy it, but I have a feeling that even at stock clocks and voltages it will not be enough. I'm running a 3770k with the SLi Titans.

Thank you

I ran 2x titans off of a gold rated 850 watt for awhile. Never experienced any issues, though I never pushed them very far because i knew they could possibly trip the PSU.
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sigh, i'm going to have to do a tear down soon, my top card is running 10c hotter than the other two. So it's either the parallel flow bridge, or a didn't put enough TIM on it.
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post #21172 of 28134
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Yes, ax1200 has enough pcie connections for Titan 4 way sli. But, I wouldn't dare run just one ax1200, if you are planning to volt unlock the titans, and are using custom bios.

Ax1200i only has enough native pci-e cables for 3 titans, the 4th one is only done through molex splitters or similar connections. Tbh, 3 titans is enough for a 1200w if you're OCing them hard, any more would be a 1500w psus or dual psus.
     
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That is useful, but was the Titan OC'd when you did that also? I'm guessing you were running 200+% TDP on the Titan in order to pull that many watts. Is that what happened?

Thank you

Sorry brother didn't get the facts straight. Went back to my control files from corsair ax860i. At that time I had only one titan running with mild oc and measure 510w going in. Figure it at that time that would be safer to get a higher psu if I plan on ocing and did that. My math was stock titan + system 510 w + another stock titan at peak 265W will give me 775w or something and decided was too close to 860w. Really sorry about giving you facts wrong the first time. Furthermore, for what is worth, I went back to the first 1200axi files and found about 800w being pulled from the socket with two stock titans in my rig (see http://www.overclock.net/t/1407863/wc-in-fractal-design-xl-r2#post_20494272).

So, if you plan on stock or mild oc you might have a PSU that is enough for your rig with a 860w / 900w. But if you plan on reaching 1160-1200 mhz on the titans then will not be enough...

Here is a plot of the first run back in july 2013 with two titans stock: Blue IN PSU red OUT PSU.


Edited by Gabrielzm - 1/12/14 at 10:22am
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Originally Posted by Lukas026 View Post

seems like my question got lost in the LLC discussion on last few pages, but since my TItan died on me too this weak (yeah same squere inductor as other two dead Titans) I would like to get some answer smile.gif

here it is:

May I ask if you advice to put some thermal tape on these inductors even with the stock cooler ?

As far as I remeber there is tape only on the memory and VRMs and not these sqare inductors on stock cooler.

If I should put t.tape on them, what would be the ideal size so they could sqeeze under the stock cooler - 0.5mm or 1mm ?

Thanks gang

No, with the stock cooler the inductors have enough air cooling, the problem is the watercooler doesnt make proper contact with the inductors and need thermal tape but thats covered at least with EK, the thing is EK forgot to add instructions to cover the memory inductors too, so, the waterblock not touching the inductor creates a heated air bubble because air is a poor heat conductor, so the inductor under high amperage demand will generate lots of heat and burn if the heat goes over 100/125C!
So in short as you have your card stock youre fine! All that have waterblocks should consider adding thermal tape to the memory inductors too!

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Originally Posted by ahnafakeef View Post

Since LLC Hack isn't working like it is supposed to, may I have instructions on how to disable the hack (that is, enable LLC to default)?

Also, forgive me for asking an irrelevant question, but are the prices on pccasegear's site in USD or AUD?

Thank you very much! smile.gif

Like Skupp said, delete LLC,exe in startup folder if you have done the LLC mod and need to power down your PC and start it again! (not reboot) to return the NCP4206 to its initial LLC logical state enabled!
Or if you cant/wont, then do this:

Go to Program files (x86) and locate MsiAfterburner folder and press "shift" and right click on the MsiAfterburner folder, click "open command window here"
Insert this command:

msiafterburner.exe /sg0 /wi3,20,DE,10 or msiafterburner.exe /wi4,20,DE,10


It will return "10"

"10" LLC default

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No, with the stock cooler the inductors have enough air cooling, the problem is the watercooler doesnt make proper contact with the inductors and need thermal tape but thats covered at least with EK, the thing is EK forgot to add instructions to cover the memory inductors too, so, the waterblock not touching the inductor creates a heated air bubble because air is a poor heat conductor, so the inductor under high amperage demand will generate lots of heat and burn if the heat goes over 100/125C!
So in short as you have your card stock youre fine! All that have waterblocks should consider adding thermal tape to the memory inductors too!

Thanks for this info! Another info, are thermal pads for the memory inductors included in the EK WB's bundle?

Another question:
In monday, a Titan is going to be in my pc, and i can find the ek WB for 95€, and the WATERCOOL HEATKILLER for 60€. Is the ek wb's vrm cooling so better than the watercool block?

+REP!
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Thanks for this info! Another info, are thermal pads for the memory inductors included in the EK WB's bundle?

Another question:
In monday, a Titan is going to be in my pc, and i can find the ek WB for 95€, and the WATERCOOL HEATKILLER for 60€. Is the ek wb's vrm cooling so better than the watercool block?

+REP!

you should have enough thermal pad to cover it, with what EK gives you. EK is definitely the #1 VRM/VRAM cooler for titan & 7xx series.
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Thanks for this info! Another info, are thermal pads for the memory inductors included in the EK WB's bundle?

Another question:
In monday, a Titan is going to be in my pc, and i can find the ek WB for 95€, and the WATERCOOL HEATKILLER for 60€. Is the ek wb's vrm cooling so better than the watercool block?

+REP!

Like Skupp said, EK is the best for VRM´s cooling and the thermal pads are included with the waterblock as with the EK backplate!
So, new Titan owner! Welcome to the Tyrannosaurus Rex club! Yes were old but mean and powerful! tongue.gif


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post #21179 of 28134
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No, with the stock cooler the inductors have enough air cooling, the problem is the watercooler doesnt make proper contact with the inductors and need thermal tape but thats covered at least with EK, the thing is EK forgot to add instructions to cover the memory inductors too, so, the waterblock not touching the inductor creates a heated air bubble because air is a poor heat conductor, so the inductor under high amperage demand will generate lots of heat and burn if the heat goes over 100/125C!
So in short as you have your card stock youre fine! All that have waterblocks should consider adding thermal tape to the memory inductors too!
Like Skupp said, delete LLC,exe in startup folder if you have done the LLC mod and need to power down your PC and start it again! (not reboot) to return the NCP4206 to its initial LLC logical state enabled!
Or if you cant/wont, then do this:

Go to Program files (x86) and locate MsiAfterburner folder and press "shift" and right click on the MsiAfterburner folder, click "open command window here"
Insert this command:

msiafterburner.exe /sg0 /wi3,20,DE,10 or msiafterburner.exe /wi4,20,DE,10


It will return "10"

"10" LLC default

Cheers

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Thank you for the info Ed. smile.gif
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@ahnafakeef
pccasegear is Australian, so prices are $AU
Thank you Alan. Kind of realized it when I saw that they aren't currently shipping outside of Australia

Is there any way to know what their shipping cost is for shipping to places within Australia?
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I just took a picture of one of my Titan´s coolers and spotted this area where i think its the memory inductors and mosfets are underneath the cooler, the problem is that this is a recess, so no contact with the cooler, if someone can confirm this it would be of much help for everyone on air as i cannot confirm this as my cards are under water and cannot compare them next to the cooler!

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