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Before you do anything you had to ask YOU the explanation of all the commands before them.
You made it in completely the wrong way.
You burnt the board.
Your problems are.
If I had asked before doing anything would happen.
If I had asked in what order do nothing would have happened.
If I had asked how to put the commands maybe nothing would have happened.
RMA card and stop making troll and give blame others for your mistakes.

Actually... people did ask, and the response was "they wouldn't understand if I told them" then he explained it later with more prodding.

Just keeping things accurate here...

this is the first time iv'e even been made aware that the buck controller can even take multiple commands @ the same time.

We look forward to DMM proof, & Ti's actually remaining stable, as people have gained control over voltage before with similar commands, but it was never stable.

I have three blacks in my shopping cart, just waiting for genuine conformation.
Edited by skupples - 3/4/14 at 7:22am
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Actually... people did ask, and the response was "they wouldn't understand if I told them" then he explained it later with more prodding.

Just keeping things accurate here...

this is the first time iv'e even been made aware that the buck controller can even take multiple commands @ the same time.

We look forward to DMM proof, & Ti's actually remaining stable, as people have gained control over voltage before with similar commands, but it was never stable.

I have three blacks in my shopping cart, just waiting for genuine conformation.
You quoto throughout.
The explanations have been given right?
Now we're all waiting for confirmation by the Agent as his post with all the driving because I also have 1 black titan in the cart.
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I have already verified 2 different ways of voltage control using offset voltage and manual set. DMM will not be possible from me, friend doesn't know how to use it, he was reluctant to do those commands in the first place.
1.25v did give him an extra 60mhz in WoW so it is applying, as afterburner shows.

I have seen zero evidence from others using "similar" commands, only from bios editing. I could possibly see why changing bios would cause instability because it could be conflicting with drivers.(if they were to try to enforce no voltage control).

As for vmanuelgm, ahem,

Your card was killed because of one of the following.
1. You mistyped one of the commands/and of because you did not follow directions accordingly.
2. You mistyped voltage amount and applied an exorbitant amount, causing the inductors to pop.
3. The 1.32 volts was too much for your AIR cooled card.( I tried 1.375 on friends with no issues, but it's possible I suppose)
4. by mistyping a command that was not an acceptable value, the controller shutdown(and voltage possibly overshot in the process) in an effort to protect itself.
5. The titan black is totally different than 780ti(unlikely)
I'll need someone to query a bunch of commands so I can compare default values to the Ti/ titan to see what's different.

Pick whichever one you want.

I need more information, so hang on a bit before you click the purchase button on those blacks tongue.gif
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Sorry vmanuelgm... I just read the bad news about your TITAN BLACK....R.I.P.

On another hand, I know this user and I can say he is REP+++ in Spain and an user with very good knowledge in hard, etc, etc.

So, personally, I am with vmanuelgm and if I put in her skin...upssss, I need too "A COHERENT EXPLANATION...."

Best regards...
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First you said you typed each command one after the other, and now you're saying you copied and pasted it all? Facepalm.

Secondly, I said before(read again) that the first command does nothing without the last two commands. I did not say doing them one by one would result in nothing at all

Thirdly I said way back mistyping one of the last two commands resulted in a controller shutdown. I tested it Myself.
You would have killed your own card even if this didn't happen, evident from asking for more than 350watt tdp and more "extra voltage".

I have done exactly what I posted before first, I know it works. You're going to tell me that it's my fault when I already have done it? LoL.

Regardless, You are at your own fault end of discussion.

Moving on.
Edited by Agent-A01 - 3/4/14 at 9:00am
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Agent tons of people want when you claim to have. agent the evidence you speak of is not in this thread its in the first 3 months worth of the 780 thread
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Agent tons of people want when you claim to have. agent the evidence you speak of is not in this thread its in the first 3 months worth of the 780 thread

That doesn't mean much, 780s are mostly the same as the titan. If those commands were unstable on the 780 it would be unstable here as well. I have already posted proof that applied voltage works.

Other cards you say that have already been tried on that were unstable is another story, it may be the same weird phenomenon as some cards can use LLC and others cant.
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Thread reopened.

Guys, keep it civil, and remember a few things:


1. As is clearly posted in the OP, this is the general rule of thumb to follow:

in the "BIOS flashing guide and fixes for broken flashes" section it's noted that:
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QUICK BIOS FLASHING GUIDE:

I will not take any responsibility for damages caused by flashing the BIOS. Use the guide and the BIOS files at your own risk, this will void your warranty.


And in "OccamRazor's advanced GK110 OC guide" section you can find this:
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DISCLAIMER: This is my view and my approach of the complicated and wonderful art of Overclocking, if you find any way to improve my guide i will be open to change it and give you credit for it! I take no responsibility for the usage of this information or hardware damage! Use this at YOUR OWN RISK!


Flashing GPUs with unofficial BIOSes and / or raising voltages and / or issuing unofficial low level commands to the GPU is a risk and voids the warranty, no matter who gives the advice. Ask all the questions you want in a polite manner and then draw your own conclusions, always bearing in mind that you're on your own and you're bearing the risk if something goes wrong.


2. Don't suggest to RMA broken cards as a result of these procedures. That is not what RMA is for.
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does anyone know the pci device id of the Titan Black? I want to know if its easier to mod in to a Tesla K20X than the Titan vanilla was.
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