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Why would you want anything else? Low volts for desktop, high volts for games. I think gpuboost is a bunch of garbage personally. Everyone's goal here? To eliminate gpu's boost and have the core stuck at it's max value and not throttle in 3d/games. I don't want my core freq's and voltage swinging wildly all over the place. AMD is better in the regard.

I dunno man. Even AMD has idle states with slightly lower voltage from what I remember, I don't really like sitting at 85C on the desktop.

I wish an MSI lightning 680 type of BIOS would be released for the Titan, whatever MSI did on the LN2 Lightning 680 BIOS completely prevented throttle 100% of the time - at the same time, it didn't eliminate vDroop.

That's what I loved most about the lightning 680. It never throttled unlike every other 680 when using the LN2 BIOS.... I do a lot of productivity stuff on my PC as well for work and not having my fan super high with idle state speeds is kinda nice for when i'm not going all out.... redface.gif Just IMO. I got one of my Asus Titan's yesterday and after trying the BIOS in question I was shocked at the temps I was getting just in 2D stuff. I was actually stuck at maximum voltage the entire time, even on an idle desktop. Had to flash back.

People who only game though probably would not mind it.
Edited by xoleras - 3/13/13 at 9:49pm
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That was me. Got my replacement today. It's better than my 1st one smile.gif

What are your clocks like and does it throttle at all? how about the memory? smile.gif
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What are your clocks like and does it throttle at all? how about the memory? smile.gif

Titan SC. 73.1 ASIC. w/ stock bios, no voltage boost. I'm stable at 1124MHz @1.15v (+83 offset, 102% power, 85c temp target, priority power). I haven't gotten a chance to do any testing yet. Didn't get any throttling in valley earlier.
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Titan SC. 73.1 ASIC. w/ stock bios, no voltage boost. I'm stable at 1124MHz @1.15v (+83 offset, 102% power, 85c temp target, priority power). I haven't gotten a chance to do any testing yet. Didn't get any throttling in valley earlier.

That's exactly what i get on my 2 Titans ASIC 73.5 and 72.9 stable with no overvoltage 1124mhz @ 1.150v no throttling.

Im just advising you after playing with them for a week and trying 5 different custom bios stay at that if you are stable... going higher needs extra voltage for very little gains in real life gaming, unless you get hard-on watching Valley and 3D mark spinning.

Everything over just adds at lest 10-20c heat and excess of voltage power for merely 50-62mhz extra, actual 1-3FPS in gaming..
at those voltage and speed you should be under 70c with nice 65-70% fan max

Im just back on my Stock EVGA SC bios and will stay at that, 1124mhz with 1.150v pegged in SLi its The "Sweet Spot" from voltage to temperature to fan speeds with absolute no loss in gaming, actually my cards have hard time running over 50-60% usage at 2560x1600p there is nothing to push them not even Crysis 3.
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Titan SC. 73.1 ASIC. w/ stock bios, no voltage boost. I'm stable at 1124MHz @1.15v (+83 offset, 102% power, 85c temp target, priority power). I haven't gotten a chance to do any testing yet. Didn't get any throttling in valley earlier.

Let's see what she does when you put the pedal to be metal so to speak hehehe. Hoping you can hit 1200mhz and 7000mhz memory!!!!!! FTW!!!!!
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That's exactly what i get on my 2 Titans ASIC 73.5 and 72.9 stable with no overvoltage 1124mhz @ 1.150v no throttling.

Im just advising you after playing with them for a week and trying 5 different custom bios stay at that if you are stable... going higher needs extra voltage for very little gains in real life gaming, unless you get hard-on watching Valley and 3D mark spinning.

Everything over just adds at lest 10-20c heat and excess of voltage power for merely 50-62mhz extra, actual 1-3FPS in gaming..
at those voltage and speed you should be under 70c with nice 65-70% fan max

Im just back on my Stock EVGA SC bios and will stay at that, 1124mhz with 1.150v pegged in SLi its The "Sweet Spot" from voltage to temperature to fan speeds with absolute no loss in gaming, actually my cards have hard time running over 50-60% usage at 2560x1600p there is nothing to push them not even Crysis 3.

Yeah, this is the setting I plan to use 24/7. I'm not really into benching anymore, right now it's more of a curiosity of the potential. but overall i'm fine and happy with 1124@1.15V, since this is going into an SFF system where silence and less heat are preferred.
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Why would you want anything else? Low volts for desktop, high volts for games. I think gpuboost is a bunch of garbage personally. Everyone's goal here? To eliminate gpu's boost and have the core stuck at it's max value and not throttle in 3d/games. I don't want my core freq's and voltage swinging wildly all over the place. AMD is better in the regard.

Nothing is wrong with that but since this cards specially in SLi or over are so powerful, 90% of the games dont utilize more then 40-50 load on this card's and they drop to 836mhz and there is where you still run them at 1.212v when they can run at 0.875v at that speed, that its excess of voltage and heat for no reason specially for people on AIr.
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Titan SC. 73.1 ASIC. w/ stock bios, no voltage boost. I'm stable at 1124MHz @1.15v (+83 offset, 102% power, 85c temp target, priority power). I haven't gotten a chance to do any testing yet. Didn't get any throttling in valley earlier.

I tried your settings and got the same thing.

Now try overclocking your memory with that and tell me if it throttles down.

At +500 memory, mine when from solid 1124-1137mhz down to below 1100mhz.
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Anyone noticing some strange behaviour with how clocks speeds are being reported ?

I am running two Titans in SLI, both on Naen..'s BIOS. Afterburner or Precision both will report one clockspeed, while looping Valley the in-benchmark reported clockspeed is higher by about 10Mhz than what AB/precision report....

Weird.

Actually what I'd really like is Naenoon's BIOS to be modified for slightly lower clockspeeds. One of my Titans is not stable at 1202. Does anyone know what I would have to change in the BIOS to make the boost clock 1170Mhz, rather than 1202, as well as set the memory for a +500Mhz offset ? Then I can just flash them and not have to use and settings in AB or precision to control clockspeeds/

Thanks.
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Like a guy said a few posts back, make sure to use POWER MANAGEMENT = ADAPTIVE, you wont be using 1.2 volts all the time.
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