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I'll echo the comments on GPU boost 2.0. Now, I complained about GPU boost 1.0 originally but eventually came to terms with it: the thing about GPU boost 1.0 is that it is consistent. You absolutely could antcipate throttling and could also take steps to prevent it!

Now enter GPU boost 2.0: I still can't figure it out and still can't understand why throttling happens. Some people get throttling nonstop, while others get none. It's completely unpredictable and non-intuitive.

Thats exactly what is bugging me so much. Gpu boost 1.0 didn't really bother me since like you said it was so predictable. I don't know what is going on with Titan.
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Finally i got my card today.
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Come on dude, go easy on them. They're really busy over at nVidia.. Counting their money..
They're indeed anticipating their profit on the Titan especially with the lesser RMA's due to this.
I mean you shouldn't call a card a overclocker if it throttles a card should never throttle unless the temps get in the 95+ range.
My GTX570 doesn't throttle it just crashes if I push it further than max stable OC as it should.

Also all the reviews are total and utter lies about the performance as it was ocing randomly instead of being locked to 837Mhz.

As a consumer we don't have the right to expect it too operate higher than stock but you shouldn't advertise this card as OC monster with unlocked voltage if it isn't.
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Got my card today. Ran a couple tests on the stock cooler, throttling when overclocked, so put a waterblock on it & it does much better. A few bench screens from testing tonight. 3dmark 11 doesn't like this monitor & capping itself at 60fps so not included.


Anyway you can be more specific when you say "much better" on water?
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Anyway you can be more specific when you say "much better" on water?
Most are saying an additional 100mhz core on the air OC.
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Anyway you can be more specific when you say "much better" on water?

On the stock cooler the most I could do was +168 on the core, & although the max clock showed higher in gpu-z in the graphs during Valley bench it was back & forth from 1124 - 1150Mhz. On water it can run +194 on the core & was a solid 1228 in the graph except for one brief dip to 1215Mhz.
Seemed much better for clocks & less throttle.
    
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new GPU-Z is able to read ASIC

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They're indeed anticipating their profit on the Titan especially with the lesser RMA's due to this.
I mean you shouldn't call a card a overclocker if it throttles a card should never throttle unless the temps get in the 95+ range.
My GTX570 doesn't throttle it just crashes if I push it further than max stable OC as it should.

Also all the reviews are total and utter lies about the performance as it was ocing randomly instead of being locked to 837Mhz.

As a consumer we don't have the right to expect it too operate higher than stock but you shouldn't advertise this card as OC monster with unlocked voltage if it isn't.

There's an additional detail as well: Due to the nature of throttling, performance lowers over time - so what is good for a benchmark that lasts say, 5 minutes? The card will perform less after 25 minutes with throttling added to the equation. I think consistently is a large part of why so many are upset: performance may not necessarily be consistent, and unlike GPU boost 1.0 you can't take preventative measures to stop it....

Now we all know Titan is an amazing GPU, but having to deal with this for 1000$, I dunno.
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There's an additional detail as well: Due to the nature of throttling, performance lowers over time - so what is good for a benchmark that lasts say, 5 minutes? The card will perform less after 25 minutes with throttling added to the equation. I think consistently is a large part of why so many are upset: performance may not necessarily be consistent, and unlike GPU boost 1.0 you can't take preventative measures to stop it....

Now we all know Titan is an amazing GPU, but having to deal with this for 1000$, I dunno.
Idle, base and 3d clock it should be.
Still I'm getting one as soon as it is available for 900 euro however the MSRP is 800 euros
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new GPU-Z is able to read ASIC


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