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Will a stock 1090T be a bottleneck for one Titan at 1080p?
If so, will OCing it overcome the bottleneck?

Thanks! smile.gif
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Ok I tweaked around and did one last run.....


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Yes it can.

However in almost all applications I'd expect the limiting factor on all cards to be voltage at that point. I've only managed to reach the 114% limit in 3dmark11 and everywhere else I'm voltage limited.

I wonder if there's a way to up the voltage without a hardware mod.

I hardmodded for voltage tonight, With more voltage I can get higher core clocks, but also more throttling so I'm ending up at about the same scores in valley at the same ambient temps. I also loosened up the power target so now it's maxing at about 82 where before modding it was seeing 106.
I did add a few hundred points to my 3d11 graphics score, but hoping colder temps than water makes more difference..
    
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In the maximus isn't it best to use slots 2 & 4 as they are connected straight to the CPU? Maybe i'm thinking of another mobo..
You beast!

Which Maximus board are you referring too?

Mazimus IV Extreme - 1st & second red slots

Maximus V Extreme - 1st red slot & black slot. (Recommended)


However on the MVE I did run my 7970's in the 1st & second red slots & it was no change n performance
 
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post #2995 of 28136
Greetings

I am curious as to if anyone has done any video rendering comparisons with the Titan as apposed to the stad card like the 670/80/690.

Being a watered down Tesla there must be good advantages here
See this
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The $999 asking price appears to be prohibitive to the gamer but can also be construed as a Tesla K20X on the (relative) cheap. This fact is further substantiated by the knowledge that, just like Tesla K20X, TITAN can run double-precision compute at 1/3rd of single-precision speeds, leading to over 1TFLOPS DP throughput. However, being a gamer's card at heart, TITAN's DP rate is set to 1/24th of SP, just like GTX 680, as no games use double-precision calculations. The full 1/3rd ratio can be set via the control panel, yet doing so forces the GPU's clocks down. And no gamer wants that, right?

NVIDIA ensures that those who are willing to pay for Tesla's feature-set continue to do so; TITAN doesn't feature the K20X's ECC memory, Hyper-Q and Grid Management Unit, amongst other $3,000-dollar niceties, though Dynamic Parallelism makes the cut.

A Tesla-to-TITAN makeover wouldn't be complete without NVIDIA experimenting with key technologies. First brought to market with the GTX 680, GPU Boost - where the GPU automatically overclocks when there's scope to do so - is refined and released in v2.0 form for this card. A sign of things to come, let's explore.
http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/51857-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-6gb-graphics-card-overview/

So I am curious as to if anyone has been able to take advantage of this yet.

I am waiting for my one to arrive, ordered and paid for, just not received yet redface.gif

Thx
post #2996 of 28136
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

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Originally Posted by Alatar View Post

Yes it can.

However in almost all applications I'd expect the limiting factor on all cards to be voltage at that point. I've only managed to reach the 114% limit in 3dmark11 and everywhere else I'm voltage limited.

I wonder if there's a way to up the voltage without a hardware mod.

I hardmodded for voltage tonight, With more voltage I can get higher core clocks, but also more throttling so I'm ending up at about the same scores in valley at the same ambient temps. I also loosened up the power target so now it's maxing at about 82 where before modding it was seeing 106.
I did add a few hundred points to my 3d11 graphics score, but hoping colder temps than water makes more difference..

So wait...you up'd the voltage and are only hitting ~82% Power Target, and still get throttling?
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So wait...you up'd the voltage and are only hitting ~82% Power Target, and still get throttling?

Sounds like the GTX 590 all over.
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

I hardmodded for voltage tonight, With more voltage I can get higher core clocks, but also more throttling so I'm ending up at about the same scores in valley at the same ambient temps. I also loosened up the power target so now it's maxing at about 82 where before modding it was seeing 106.
I did add a few hundred points to my 3d11 graphics score, but hoping colder temps than water makes more difference..

You mind posting the mods sometime in the near future? I think I might do the voltage one. I hardly see a reason to hw mod the power limit since it's easily doable through BIOS.

I don't know yet if I'll be benching the card on DICE/LN2 but I do have a sub zero loop (old air con unit) designed and will start building in a few weeks. Sooo I hope that low temps help as well.
 
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Which Maximus board are you referring too?

Mazimus IV Extreme - 1st & second red slots

Maximus V Extreme - 1st red slot & black slot. (Recommended)


However on the MVE I did run my 7970's in the 1st & second red slots & it was no change n performance

Oh I was asking a earlier because my Titan runs at x8 on the top slot of my Maximus V Extreme when I have had a 690 and an Ares 2 running at x16. I doubt it really makes a difference but I am curious as to why it won't run at x16
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I hardmodded for voltage tonight, With more voltage I can get higher core clocks, but also more throttling so I'm ending up at about the same scores in valley at the same ambient temps. I also loosened up the power target so now it's maxing at about 82 where before modding it was seeing 106.
I did add a few hundred points to my 3d11 graphics score, but hoping colder temps than water makes more difference..

Quote:
Originally Posted by Alatar View Post

You mind posting the mods sometime in the near future? I think I might do the voltage one. I hardly see a reason to hw mod the power limit since it's easily doable through BIOS.

I don't know yet if I'll be benching the card on DICE/LN2 but I do have a sub zero loop (old air con unit) designed and will start building in a few weeks. Sooo I hope that low temps help as well.

This.

What was the voltage you targeted with the VMOD?

I know the boost will mess with it, but what were you shooting for and what did you get.
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