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post #22381 of 28136
Review of the fullcover Alphacool NexXxoS NVXP for GTX 780 and TITAN , reference design.




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enjoy!
post #22382 of 28136
Out of curiosity, I would like to know what the hex values are setting as well, I think when testing new methods with new cards it is best to be as open as possible.

Do you know for sure that setting a certain value to something, is actually doing what you think it is, and not telling the controller to dial something up to 11? For example.
post #22383 of 28136
This may be a good time to sell or trade my 2 titans with back plates & high flow brackets

a 75% & 78% asic
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This may be a good time to sell or trade my 2 titans with back plates & high flow brackets

a 75% & 78% asic

hi what are high flow brackets? and how easy is it to replace brackets on graphics cards?
post #22385 of 28136
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hi what are high flow brackets? and how easy is it to replace brackets on graphics cards?


This




Allows better air flow out of the card. Takes 5 mintues or less to change out.
    
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post #22386 of 28136
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What do you mean first command ok, 2nd command. You obviously done something wrong.

If you ran each command by itself, the result would be nothing. These commands must be ran in tandem with each other.

First command sets a given voltage, the 2nd and 3rd pair enable the controller to go into manual voltage mode. If you set each command one at a time, you have not followed directions.

3rdly. It is virtually impossible for a card to blow under zero load. I have applied 1.6volts on my titan at IDLE to verify the range of acceptable voltages. My card did not blow up, so i know typed something wrong.

If you had followed my instructions as i said correctly, which i said clearly to just run those commands and check voltage under msi ab with a screencap.

I dont know if your lack of fluent english was the problem or something else.

I have verified with a friend with a EVGA SC ACX that setting manual voltage does indeed work, i will see later if he can provide a screen cap. thumb.gif
Here all.
The explanations you have been given.
You've messed with the controls.
Yours is the problem of your gestures like the problem is your rma the card.
I have recommended you to friends what to do BEFORE you enter commands.
At the moment I have no 780ti / titan black but they are the owner of a Titan and the controls suggested by agent I have solved all the problems related to the LLC 0.
I had my pc restarts LLC with 0 games were unstable at certain frequencies LLC with 0.
With the commands I suggested a correct reading of the LLC as an explanation of Agent and the maximum stability of my Titan.
An example with heaven I could not get over 1306mhz core - 7000 MHz memory now with the string suggested by Agent can achieve fluency in 1402mhz - 7434mhz memory.
I have all the screen of the case is with CLL with either 0 Reads LLC as suggested by string.
Best wishes for your next card.
Greetings.
post #22387 of 28136
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This

Allows better air flow out of the card. Takes 5 mintues or less to change out.

thats cool man, i am thinking though, i can actually leave the bracket off all together. it looks even more high flow (obviously). i will put on some temp benchmarks when i do it.
post #22388 of 28136
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thats cool man, i am thinking though, i can actually leave the bracket off all together. it looks even more high flow (obviously). i will put on some temp benchmarks when i do it.

How will you screw in the card to your case without the bracket?
post #22389 of 28136
Hey guys I realized I'm still using 327.23... should I update my drivers? If so to which version?
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How will you screw in the card to your case without the bracket?

screws are for pussies.... and... i dont use a tower case so its not a prob smile.gif
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