So on the EVGA forums someone made a post that shows in this review:
That the 780ti beats the Titan and that 4k / 1600p do not benefit from the extra VRAM. I find this to not even being close to true as in portrait surround on 30" monitors my cards use over 4.2-5.2GB quite frequently.
What also is interesting is that they say the Titan black can be Overclocked over 200mhz without any problem:
Here is the thread:
http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?m=2135741Deciever Post (Click to show)
Originally Posted by Deceiver777
Hello to everyone - I bouth the GTX Titan Black - and seems it's overclock fine - 1320 mhz per core boost and 7800 per memory, in stock voltage 1137mv.. asic 75,3%
Than i go for second card - and before turn SLI - i try to overclock it - but it hasnt go even 1150mhz per core boost What a f...... Asic shows 80,5%
I Rma it and bouch another one - and it is to do not clock as well - only 1170mhz per core boost - asic shows 75,8%
I see trhu the serial number - and it has not a big diffrence - only 2 or three word - All card's from Asus Vendor.
Can You help me ?What i gonna do wrong? i'll try to reinstall drivers,OS,Gpu Tweak,EVGA Precision, but it dindt help - I see a big atrifacts - even i maximise GPU voltage..
I really worry that's if the fourd card came not overclock's good.. in stock speed all works fine.
Hi Deciever777! Welcome to the forums!! Were happy to have you in the Titan section, but if you could please go to your profile and add in your Rig it would be helpful!
Scroll down and add in your rig
Card wise, I am not 100% sure if the ASIC comes into play but you should have kept the first card... Do you still have it?Edited by dpoverlord - 3/19/14 at 11:48am