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Remember, not all the cards are the same when it comes to leakage! My Titans also only go to 1150mhz@1,212V!
But with Rev3 i can get them a bit higher but as everything in life your (everyone's) millage will vary for sure! thumb.gif


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Do you regularly game at 1400Mhz with yoru titans or do you keep them around 1150Mhz? I used to own a couple of Titans and I remember none of them being able to run at 1200Mhz game stable. I'm not sure if I flashed them with your BIOS though.

Kinda glad I didn't keep them because although they are awesome cards with an awesome name and cooler, I ended up with my 780 6GB running at 1250Mhz/7Ghz game stable using your awesome BIOS. If I had kept the Titan's I was basically paying extra to have the performance I have now, months ago.
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OccamRazor,

I have a Titan with Skyn3t V2 and I use the Accelero Hybrid for cooling (GPU is watercooled, but the vrms are air cooled). Do you think the new Skyn3t v3 would be ok? (I won't hold you responsible in case problems wink.gif ). When compared with stock, what is the 100% Power Target equal to in V3? Is AB accurate when monitoring voltage with this BIOS.

Thanks.
Like the guys said before, V2 and keep it below 1,247v(1,25V) air cooled VRM's is a joke with high voltage! thumb.gif


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Do you regularly game at 1400Mhz with yoru titans or do you keep them around 1150Mhz? I used to own a couple of Titans and I remember none of them being able to run at 1200Mhz game stable. I'm not sure if I flashed them with your BIOS though.

Kinda glad I didn't keep them because although they are awesome cards with an awesome name and cooler, I ended up with my 780 6GB running at 1250Mhz/7Ghz game stable using your awesome BIOS. If I had kept the Titan's I was basically paying extra to have the performance I have now, months ago.

I don't need 1400mhz for games, although it gets quite hot with 1,40V (65/70C, half hour playthrough in Tombraider) its overkill for most games i play, i settle most of the time with stock 1006mhz, only increase it to whatever speed i need when the game demands it and i no longer have the fluid gameplay i want! thumb.gif
My Titan dogs only go to 1150mhz@1,212V but with a little voltage increase to 1,30V they fly up to 1280mhz! smile.gif


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I don't need 1400mhz for games, although it gets quite hot with 1,40V (65/70C, half hour playthrough in Tombraider) its overkill for most games i play, i settle most of the time with stock 1006mhz, only increase it to whatever speed i need when the game demands it and i no longer have the fluid gameplay i want! thumb.gif
My Titan dogs only go to 1150mhz@1,212V but with a little voltage increase to 1,30V they fly up to 1280mhz! smile.gif


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65-70C is hot? I consider that good but that's on air. I'm sure you probably idle in the 20's and average in the 50's?

I was considering water cooling my GPU but it's just too much hassle and I don't like how I can't stat up my machine with more than 1.21v already appled. I don't want to bother enabling anything. Just power up and game. Nice cards BTW. thumb.gif
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65-70C is hot? I consider that good but that's on air. I'm sure you probably idle in the 20's and average in the 50's?

I was considering water cooling my GPU but it's just too much hassle and I don't like how I can't stat up my machine with more than 1.21v already appled. I don't want to bother enabling anything. Just power up and game. Nice cards BTW. thumb.gif


I have a custom watercooling setup where the rads/reservoirs/pumps are on the outside, depending on the outside temperatures it idles accordingly ([AVERAGE] 15C wintertime - 27/30C Summertime)
But it never goes beyond 48/50C full load@1,30V, only when i pump up the voltage up to 1,40/1,50V temps start to go up to the 70/75C!
Its not much hassle really, its just like a car, you will just have to watch the levels and change the fluid every 3 month! tongue.gif


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I have a custom watercooling setup where the rads/reservoirs/pumps are on the outside, depending on the outside temperatures it idles accordingly ([AVERAGE] 15C wintertime - 27/30C Summertime)
But it never goes beyond 48/50C full load@1,30V, only when i pump up the voltage up to 1,40/1,50V temps start to go up to the 70/75C!
Its not much hassle really, its just like a car, you will just have to watch the levels and change the fluid every 3 month! tongue.gif


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What a beast of a rig u got there. 1.4v is insane! Anyway, I plan to go water but only until there's some amazing all in one solutions like they have for CPU's and are SLI friendly.
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What a beast of a rig u got there. 1.4v is insane! Anyway, I plan to go water but only until there's some amazing all in one solutions like they have for CPU's and are SLI friendly.

The main problem with AIO is how to cool the VRM's effectively as they have to be actively cooled! Those solutions are becoming better, as they can be connected to other rads if needed be, but the VRM's IMO are the primary concern, not the core!
I'm working on a solution to that problem to minimise costs because every time a new generation comes we have more "paperweights" in forms of water coolers laying around the house!
That way the GPU AIO can be reutilized in the next generation and the VRM's cooler too! Lets see how it turns up! thumb.gif


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