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Yes, which is why real performance seekers go with phase change (direct2die or loop cooled by it). tongue.gif

jk. sort of.

Ahahah, well, the thing i love most about liquidcooling is the AWESOME FANTASTIC GORGEOUS look it gives to the case, bling bling dudes

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highest OC was 1175 with throtteling down to 1097/1113

Such great news and thanks for sharing. Do you have any plans to get another Titan? smile.gif
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OK. So I was doing some benchmarking with my Titan 2-way SLI this weekend. Oh, btw, I scored P21683 in 3Dmark11!! I was in with the top 4 world wide biggrin.gif

I know there is a throttling issue with these cards, but I have been noticing some strange sli behaviour. For instance, with power at 106%/temp 90C targets, a +175 core offset and a +125 memory offset, gpu1 is boosting to a constant 1184MHz at 88-89% utilization. Gpu2 is boosting to 1110MHz and reaching 98-99% utilization. This is on stock voltage settings and a custom fan profile. Could it be the cards are performing differently under load (even though they are synced) because of some kind of leakage or because I'm cooling them too hard and not reaching the thermal target value? Is it really ok to run these cards at 90C??

What other settings have you 2-way sli guys found that works and optimizes your sli potential?
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Looking like it'll be at least Friday before I can get any water cooled numbers. Have to order some more crystal link kits and tubing from Frozen along with coolant and some more TIM. Won't probably get here til Thursday or Friday so that'll give me time to do all the benchmarks on single and CF 7970's. Any benches you guys want me to run? These are my planned benches/games for this test:

3dmark11 P and X scores
3dmark Vantage P and X scores
Unigine Heaven 4.0 Ultra preset
Unigine Valley 1.0 Ultra preset
A New Dawn (2 min FRAPS run)
Lost Planet 2 bench
Metro 2033 bench
Crysis bench
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BF3 (2 min FRAPS run)
MOH Warfighter (2 min FRAPS run)
Crysis Warhead (2 min FRAPS run)
FC3 (2 min FRAPS run)

I'm using a fresh install of Win8 and will do another fresh install once the Titans are installed.
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Such great news and thanks for sharing. Do you have any plans to get another Titan? smile.gif

yea getting 2 more wink.gif
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It's cool that the water gave him 1202mhz stable, but we shouldn't have to spend hundreds more on a watercooling setup for these just for another 26mhz. I kept mine at 59C and it still throttled. No enthusiasts' graphics card should throttle at 59C, especially when well within the power envelope. I don't see why it's so hard to allow for a REAL EULA in the drivers that takes your serial number and allows you to void your warranty if you want to really push the card. Would make everyone happy, since you can't really complain about having to void your warranty when running the card way out of spec. I wish Nvidia would pick up the phone and give Intel a call on how to appease enthusiasts (Performance Tuning Plan FTW thumb.gif)
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So how much better is a single Titan at 1080p than an overclocked 680, say with the clocks of the 680 Lightning?

My results for Titan vs a 1411mhz/6500mhz Lightning can be found in this post smile.gif http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/1960#post_19429141
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Depends entirely on how high you can OC each card...

At stock the Titan is around 45% faster than a single 680 and if you clock the lightning to say 1350MHz and the titan to 1150MHz the difference should stay around where it was when the cards were at stock
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It's cool that the water gave him 1202mhz stable, but we shouldn't have to spend hundreds more on a watercooling setup for these just for another 26mhz. I kept mine at 59C and it still throttled. No enthusiasts' graphics card should throttle at 59C, especially when well within the power envelope. I don't see why it's so hard to allow for a REAL EULA in the drivers that takes your serial number and allows you to void your warranty if you want to really push the card. Would make everyone happy, since you can't really complain about having to void your warranty when running the card way out of spec. I wish Nvidia would pick up the phone and give Intel a call on how to appease enthusiasts (Performance Tuning Plan FTW thumb.gif)
My results for Titan vs a 1411mhz/6500mhz Lightning can be found in this post smile.gif http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/1960#post_19429141

Thanks a lot to both of you!
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yea getting 2 more wink.gif

Cool! I have 2 and am still deciding on a third.
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It's cool that the water gave him 1202mhz stable, but we shouldn't have to spend hundreds more on a watercooling setup for these just for another 26mhz. I kept mine at 59C and it still throttled. No enthusiasts' graphics card should throttle at 59C, especially when well within the power envelope. I don't see why it's so hard to allow for a REAL EULA in the drivers that takes your serial number and allows you to void your warranty if you want to really push the card. Would make everyone happy, since you can't really complain about having to void your warranty when running the card way out of spec. I wish Nvidia would pick up the phone and give Intel a call on how to appease enthusiasts (Performance Tuning Plan FTW thumb.gif)
My results for Titan vs a 1411mhz/6500mhz Lightning can be found in this post smile.gif http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/1960#post_19429141

That is in a sense is what you have to do to get afterburner extreme for the lightning (obviously more steps lol).

My point is yes for getting say 1.5v I would agree. But for the 1.21v they give NO WAY. They already said unlocked, a puny unlock at that. For the way they presented this card to us, for the price and for the tiny extra voltage they give no warranty should even be spoken with waived in the same paragraph.

In any case they would take your warranty and still throttle you with some other algorithmic factor, hahahaha

It is a sad laugh though frown.gif

Written towards nvidia, not you smile.gif
Edited by supermi - 3/5/13 at 10:09am
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Looks like Accelero Xtreme III is compatible with Titan - wonder if it can provide better cooling solution on air then stock.
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