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@ Naennon
Did you actually uses the Kepler Bios editor? as the new version now has support for the Titan (the German one)
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If someone (or Naennon himself) can edit his bios to step the voltage back down during idle then it's basically done. It's just a matter of seeing how far you can push your chip. I know maarten said somewhere he made a 1.25 someone else might have to try that high. But 1202mhz at 1.212 seems plenty for me. I would even like to try his bios stepped down once more to 1.2.

The point is if you're willing to flash the bios throttling is basically fixed per Naennon's bios, just needs some tweaks. I tried like 20 bios at least with all manner of settings. Naennon's hits it on the head, gave me my highest score to date in valley etc etc.
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If someone (or Naennon himself) can edit his bios to step the voltage back down during idle then it's basically done. It's just a matter of seeing how far you can push your chip. I know maarten said somewhere he made a 1.25 someone else might have to try that high. But 1202mhz at 1.212 seems plenty for me. I would even like to try his bios stepped down once more to 1.2.

The point is if you're willing to flash the bios throttling is basically fixed per Naennon's bios, just needs some tweaks. I tried like 20 bios at least with all manner of settings. Naennon's hits it on the head, gave me my highest score to date in valley etc etc.
That won't really do much as except for every stage being locked and the different vendor they are the exact same bios
But as you wish I will force the voltage down one sec

Edit:
nvidia.zip 457k .zip file
First one is with 1212.5mV the other is 1200
Oh and btw the max table clock is 1202Mhz you could up that otherwise the extra step above 1.2 is pretty useless for most.
Edited by maarten12100 - 3/11/13 at 12:14pm
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That won't really do much as except for every stage being locked and the different vendor they are the exact same bios
But as you wish I will force the voltage down one sec

I don't follow. Are you saying it's not possible to have it locked at 1.212 during load and step back down during idle?
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Here is with the 1.212 bios with fixed fan at 67% with +100 offset. Throttles my clocks stay around 875-900mhz with rare spikes over 1000mhz. This is with 114% / 95c Temp Target and fixed fan.



Will try the 1175 bios now thanks!

Here is my stock bios for EVGA SC. Using 106% power, 95c temp target, fan fixed at 67%, and 1.200v boost I can get a few secs of 1097 or 1071. This is without any offset to the core or memory. Mostly at 1058mhz and 1045mhz around 1.150v.

StockBios.zip 131k .zip file

Below is with the 1175v bios and with the same settings, I get about 100 more mhz!

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I don't follow. Are you saying it's not possible to have it locked at 1.212 during load and step back down during idle?

I think he's saying that if you have 2d states the card can throttle the voltage down to those 2d state volts. However if all states have the same voltage it always has to be 1212mV or whatever.
 
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I don't follow. Are you saying it's not possible to have it locked at 1.212 during load and step back down during idle?
That is exactly what I said and the bios should now do.
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Below is with the 1175v bios and with the same settings, I get about 100 more mhz!

Well the sweet spot in terms of voltage is different for everybody. thumb.gif
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I think he's saying that if you have 2d states the card can throttle the voltage down to those 2d state volts. However if all states have the same voltage it always has to be 1212mV or whatever.

I see I'm just not to keen to hang out at 1.212 all the time even when idle. I'm also curious to see if I can get to the 1202 bin with only 1.2 will be trying that in a few minutes.
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My Newegg RMA was approved on friday, and was just waiting for them to ship a new one out. I noticed on nowinstock.com that they were in stock. I quickly got on newegg chat to ask them to process my exchange. The lady tells me they gave me a refund.... she said to order a new one. I'm like ***, I was supposed to get an exchange w/ 2d shipment back. So I quickly order a new one, and ask her if she'll reimburse my shipping since my RMA was supposed to be an exchange. She said to email her once it ships and she'll give me a $20 credit. So I guess I'm satisfied.

At least now I get to get in on EVGA's free 3dmark key smile.gif
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