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What BIOS are you using in that one?


Ok, so I've spent the past hour catching up to over 30 pages of posts (missed a lot in one day smile.gif). So, just wondering, is the BIOS cavry is using in the quote in this post the best BIOS to use? If so, which one is it?

Also, I've seen someone say that they read 1.25v with a DMM? That true? What does the DMM read on the stock BIOS? Just wondering if Nvidia is cheating with the voltage readout and even though software says 1.212v, it's really 1.25v.

(thanks in advance, I'll try to keep up to speed from now on wink.gif)
That 1.25V is experimental so I wont advise that until I have personally tested it with my yet to order Titan.
The 1.212V one comes in 2 flavours one with idle and one without if you are benchmarking the all states locked one is the best option.
Otherwise the one with idle is the best (if your card benifits from extra voltage which it may or may not depending on chips quality)
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I would go easy with the defective hardware claims. Nowhere on the official specs and NVidia documentation it says that the GPU is guaranteed to work at a constant 1200Mhz with 1.2V. The advertised boost clock is 876Mhz for the reference bios and 928Mhz for the EVGA SC edition. Can you consistently reach those speed under load? If you can't then you can talk about hardware problem otherwise the card is working within specs, but below "your" expectation.

Having said that I agree that the current implementation of GPU Boost 2.0 is flaky and inconsistent where some cards can go up easier than others and where the power/temperature thresholds are not always taken in consideration. Both Nvidia and EVGA said they are looking into it and I think that a new set of drivers or bios should take care of that, but assuming that every single GPU should go over 1Ghz and stay there stably is like getting an i7 cpu and expecting to get to 5+ Ghz. Some of them do, but the vast majority don't; that's why is called the silicon lottery.
Not sure why you quoted my post. My Titans are fine and they don't throttle, thank you. I was talking to Baba about his Titan. Baba said he would return his card last week.
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This was just a quick & dirty run of Valley Extreme HD. Had to rush (work), the fine tuning will happen tonight.

Looked great!
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Yes, GPU Boost 2 has problems, but even with those problems you are still well above the 876Mhz mark which is what the card is advertised and sold as. I haven't seen that many people reporting throttling UNDER 1000Mhz and NONE under 876Mhz.

The simple fact you aren't taking in to consideration is that boost 2.0 and how it works is part of what was advertised. Simply stated the card is not working as advertised, that stock clocks are reached is only one piece of the pie.
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What BIOS are you using in that one?

evgabaseclock.rom, as provided by maarten here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/3500#post_19484628
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Yes, GPU Boost 2 has problems, but even with those problems you are still well above the 876Mhz mark which is what the card is advertised and sold as. I haven't seen that many people reporting throttling UNDER 1000Mhz and NONE under 876Mhz.

And yet one of the features advertised for Titan was being able to up voltage for better overclocks.

But those of us who throttle don't get to use any voltage overclock as it's clawed back.
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1) All the cards are the same (nVidia reference), except that some of the EVGA versions have slightly higher stock clocks (SC version).

2) Doesn't matter whether it's available there. You can purchase it abroad and have it shipped.

Do the EVGA OC versions OC better than others?
Also, I cannot get it shipped. My dads visiting Bangkok and he's going to get it from there if its available.
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I have no idea of availability in Bangkok but there does appear to be a factory over clocked one available to the Asian markets

http://www.techpowerup.com/mobile/180622/Colorful-Announces-Factory-Overclocked-GeForce-GTX-Titan-Graphics-Card.html

These will still be assembled by Nvidia they just come with higher clocks.

I'd guess you'd be best placed to know whether it's better to import from China or Australia if you do not have a supplier in Thailand smile.gif

Was it only colorful that released a Titan in Asia? What about the Gigabyte, ASUS etc versions?
Cannot get it shipped as my dad's going to get it from Bangkok if its available there.

Thanks to both of you for your replies! smile.gif
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Do the EVGA OC versions OC better than others?
Also, I cannot get it shipped. My dads visiting Bangkok and he's going to get it from there if its available.
Was it only colorful that released a Titan in Asia? What about the Gigabyte, ASUS etc versions?
Cannot get it shipped as my dad's going to get it from Bangkok if its available there.

Thanks to both of you for your replies! smile.gif

Nope.
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That 1.25V is experimental so I wont advise that until I have personally tested it with my yet to order Titan.
The 1.212V one comes in 2 flavours one with idle and one without if you are benchmarking the all states locked one is the best option.
Otherwise the one with idle is the best (if your card benifits from extra voltage which it may or may not depending on chips quality)
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I see. Thanks for the answer. Looking forward to your next creation. You're doing an excellent job. I wish I knew how to do this stuff so I can contribute as well. Maybe some day. Thanks again though, I'll try this BIOS when I get home. So there's no hard limit on the voltage? At least at 1.2v?

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What BIOS are you using in that one?

evgabaseclock.rom, as provided by maarten here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/3500#post_19484628

Nice. I'll give it a shot tonight wink.gif
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Also, I cannot get it shipped. My dads visiting Bangkok and he's going to get it from there if its available.
Was it only colorful that released a Titan in Asia? What about the Gigabyte, ASUS etc versions?
Cannot get it shipped as my dad's going to get it from Bangkok if its available there.

Thanks to both of you for your replies! smile.gif

I have no idea what the availability of brands is like in Asia, I'm UK based.

I would assume more than one manufacturer supplies there, I just happened to recall that article.

By the looks of it, all cards over clock about the same save for a few really good/bad cards, which would make sense as Nvidia actually manufactures them all, the different suppliers just provide the packaging essentially.
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ahnafakeef, Yodobashi in Japan is selling the ZOTAC GTX TITAN:

http://www.yodobashi.com/ZOTAC-ZOTAC-GeForce-GTX-TITAN/pd/100000001001706317/
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