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ROFL, that sounds like a porky nVidia.

I think I'm going to have to upgrade to 2011 to get my 2 titans to run. I have encountered a bug where my titans post even post bios.
Any one interested can read about that here: http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/52006-nvidia-titan-compatability-3730k-z68-mobo.html

Anyway I might grab a 3930k today and along with a Asus sabertooth mobo. My question is will my tx850 still handle 2 titans an ssd and the 3930k CPU and over clocking them all?
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post #4332 of 28136
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Originally Posted by nyrang3rs View Post

VERY great news. No need to return, just await their patch. Can't wait!!! I'm in love with my Titan SC and this makes it even better!

Actually that is not great news at all, what they are saying is that the precision X reports 95-98% power usage instead of the real 106% that it actually use.

What does that mean is that we are actually hitting our power limits and that's why cards throttle but precision X reports it wrong, unless they unlock power limit to 115% like custom bios you will see no fix for throttling.

The actual speed on this card's before they throttle are around 1150mhz before they start hitting 106 power limit, people expectation were way to high everyone want to reach 1200 but its just not possible,
count the memory OC and increase of Power Fan and that's why we probably all hit 106 limit and that's why most of us throttle, the one that does not throttle are golden cards that dont not use too much power and can push a bit more.
And i dont see them releasing bios with 115% power limit.
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What types of memory clocks are you guys hitting on your cards?
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Not really, sounds like it will just be a reporting error fix.
Instead of the gpu throttling when the power limit says 90 now it will say 100 when it throttles at all the same clocks & temps if I'm reading that right.

That's how I interpreted it too.
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My question is will my tx850 still handle 2 titans an ssd and the 3930k CPU and over clocking them all?
yes
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That's how I interpreted it too.

Thats nothing that you can't change with kepler bios tweaker.
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Originally Posted by nyrang3rs View Post

VERY great news. No need to return, just await their patch. Can't wait!!! I'm in love with my Titan SC and this makes it even better!

Did you read the actual reply?
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We’ve found an error in our power reporting that under certain circumstances makes it look like there is extra power headroom available. The power readout could, for example, show 90% when in fact you are using 100% of the available power. It’s likely that your card is boosting clocks up until it hits the power limit but the reporting error is causing the power readout to show a number below 100%. Under these circumstances a dramatic increase in fan speed would cause some extra power draw and the GPU voltage and clocks could be dropping in order to stay within the maximum power limits of the card.

It is NOT good news. They're basically saying that the throttling is intended, but the power % is misreported. The power % is being reported lower than it really is. The throttling is working as intended.

In other words, if your GPU is now saying 90% and throttling - the 90% is misreported. The throttling is SUPPOSED to happen. Read the nvidia statement again.
Edited by xoleras - 3/14/13 at 4:01pm
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Did you read the actual reply?
It in no way is GOOD news. They're basically saying that the throttling is intended, but the power % is misreported. The power % is being reported lower than it really is. The throttling is working as intended.

Exactly... so basically we all hit our limits one way or the other 1124-1176 depends of mem OC and fan speed.
post #4339 of 28136
Even when my card does throttle it stays above the stock speeds so I guess like someone said before we probably need to lower our expectations of the clock speeds we are all hoping for.

Also I guess putting a block on might help if the fan really is drawing that much power.
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Even when my card does throttle it stays above the stock speeds so I guess like someone said before we probably need to lower our expectations of the clock speeds we are all hoping for.

Also I guess putting a block on might help if the fan really is drawing that much power.


yeah people come from 670/680 and 7950/7970 and expecting to get same speed in the area of 1200mhz this is totally different beast 7.1mil transistors im actually surprised that it clocks as good as it does.
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