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Which ports were you using?

I used 2 DVI and 1 HDMI, didn't have a normal displayport cable, only mini's.
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Temps seem to be the main reason as to why throttling happens. Maybe due to leakage, maybe due to overheating on some of the components. Watercooling seems to fix all the throttling issues, or low temps at least.

I already understand the card was designed to throttle at high temps but what causes the card to respond this way?...Is it the drivers or something hardware related? I mean, is this a problem that could simply be fixed in a driver update? (Not saying they will but just wondering)
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New member here - been reading this site forever but never post. I am the proud owner of a this card as well.

After all my testing today, I cannot pinpoint any single thing wrong with my card. It does not get over 65c in benchmarking Heaven, or FFIXV:ARR demo. Power usage avg's around 50-60 percent. That eliminates the power/temp sliders almost completely.

I thought this might have been a TDP issue that was hard coded in the drivers, but my driver resets do not involve any throttling.

I can get up to about 1150 core, and maybe 100 on the memory before the errors start. These settings are very low power usage, and temp numbers. It feels like this card is bombing out with only half of it being utilized.

I'm thinking driver update may fix the issues, and unlock the beast that this card is. Anyone else feel the same?
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Got number 2 today with my seasonic platinum 1000w, I think its time to invest in a bigger bench though. Any recommendations?

Also I dont know if this is 314.14 related or if it has to do with SLI but I just noticed this...

 
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Can someone who is going with water cooling on titans recommend to me a good setup to go with? I have never installed liquid cooling on any computer parts. Corsair H80i for the CPU does not count because it required little to no effort. biggrin.gif

If possible can I just liquid cool the titans only since I have a h80i for the CPU? Plus I think having both titans in a loop by themselves will be over all better for cooling right?

Also is it best to go with the kit options that include the reservoir/pump/radiator or should I buy separately? On this note should I go with a external all in one unit that feeds the lines to the GPU blocks?

Lastly money is no concern so please recommend me the best solution.

For an idea of case size I have a corsair 800D with the h80i radiator on the top portion of the case so would it be best to get an external liquid cooling unit and feed the lines through the holes in the case?

Thanks in advance. Please leave a detailed response on what you would recommend and all the parts in involved. (sorry I am a noob at water cooling) smile.gif
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Got number 2 today with my seasonic platinum 1000w, I think its time to invest in a bigger bench though. Any recommendations?

I'm waiting on my 2nd one also, NCIX shipped it out Monday.
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Really like that bench, what is it?
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Also I dont know if this is 314.14 related or if it has to do with SLI but I just noticed this...
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That has been there a few drivers back. It is related to SLI only, so you wont see it if you only have a single card running. It is suppose to make SLI have smoother gameplay, dont know the exact actions though.
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And I got my titan today; but couldnt hook it up because they didnt include a 2-4pin molex to 8-pin PCIe! Awesome! Way to go ASUS!

However, they did include a 2-4pin molex to 6 pin PCI-e. Wonderful. cuz thats so useful. Anyway, ordered one on the egg, $15. As if $1k wasnt enough lol

Edit: the Titan will easily run on my PSU, its a single 12v rail and its a Seasonic based unit so the molex will pull plenty of power, so dont worry about that smile.gif
post #2439 of 28134
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Can someone who is going with water cooling on titans recommend to me a good setup to go with? I have never installed liquid cooling on any computer parts. Corsair H80i for the CPU does not count because it required little to no effort. biggrin.gif

If possible can I just liquid cool the titans only since I have a h80i for the CPU? Plus I think having both titans in a loop by themselves will be over all better for cooling right?

Also is it best to go with the kit options that include the reservoir/pump/radiator or should I buy separately? On this note should I go with a external all in one unit that feeds the lines to the GPU blocks?

Lastly money is no concern so please recommend me the best solution.

For an idea of case size I have a corsair 800D with the h80i radiator on the top portion of the case so would it be best to get an external liquid cooling unit and feed the lines through the holes in the case?

Thanks in advance. Please leave a detailed response on what you would recommend and all the parts in involved. (sorry I am a noob at water cooling) smile.gif

As a beginner to WC I found that bay res/pump combos were a good next step up from an aio like the corsair h*. It's only viable if you have two 5.25 bays free. I have ran this res with this pump (two of each actually) for a couple years now with 0 issues. It really is a simple solution.

Later this year I will be switching to this (a newer version comes in a couple weeks with ddc pump compatability) bay res with this pump, mostly just because I'm tired of staring at the "XSPC" letters on the front of my case.

I went from never having watercooled at all (even h50 or such) to 3 loops with many blocks and a few rads. I still know nothing compared to many others but I've managed to do ok and never have had a leak or killed any hardware. It was quite intimidating but the basic wc setups turned out to be much easier than expected. Good luck!
Edited by mbreslin - 3/5/13 at 7:21pm
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I wouldn't get a 3770K with two Titans. Try your best to hold out, if not then go 3930K.... These babies need all the CPU Mustard they can get

A 3770K at 4.5Ghz or better is a monster so i don't see any kind of bottle neck there.
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