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Originally Posted by digiadventures View Post

I dont even own a Titan, but isnt it posible to just increase default power limit with Kepler Bios Tweaker 1.25 to whatever you want ?
Who cares what reading nvidia drivers report ?
I mean, what exactly is the problem ???
Since they updated yes but the design gives you only 6 VRM phasses which are about equal to the gtx680 which has 4 for the core.
Therefore there is always a limit on what is possible.
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Which BIOS gives us 1.25v?

I am curious if my cards do well with that voltage, I am currently testing the 1.21v bios.
Well the DMM shows 1.250V but it may be a little too much as it glitches out not only the drivers(which it should glitch out) but also some low power features.
Also there is almost no one who has their sweet spot far above 1.2125V for as far as I've most of us are hitting it at 1187 1200 or 1212mV
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You absolutely 100% need it, especially from a 570. If you have the money, I'd jump on it. at 1440p gaming it's the best option you have smile.gif DO IT, get two biggrin.gif

My only gripe is paying the premium for the compute power that I will not use/need. That's why I'm hoping that nvidia has another trick up their sleeves with a 'Titan Jr' that cuts the compute out but keeps the awesome graphics performance. I know that if you wait there will ALWAYS be something better around the corner but I'm certain the GTX 780 isn't the card I'm thinking of. But it's doubtful because making a castrated version of the Titan with the same performance in graphics that cost ~$750 would totally undercut the original Titan because I believe most of us would choose that alternative. Probably not the best business move... Am I missing something or will the compute power be useful to me in gaming?
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My only gripe is paying the premium for the compute power that I will not use/need. That's why I'm hoping that nvidia has another trick up their sleeves with a 'Titan Jr' that cuts the compute out but keeps the awesome graphics performance. I know that if you wait there will ALWAYS be something better around the corner but I'm certain the GTX 780 isn't the card I'm thinking of. But it's doubtful because making a castrated version of the Titan with the same performance in graphics that cost ~$750 would totally undercut the original Titan because I believe most of us would choose that alternative. Probably not the best business move... Am I missing something or will the compute power be useful to me in gaming?

Compute is probably going to play a big part in games of the future, so I wouldn't really be hoping for that.
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So what are some of you single Titan guys getting in 3dmark Firestrike?

I broke 10k but barely.
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BINGO! i edited a bios to have a max 1187.5 mv, i am stable at 1190 ghz, that's about average for these cards i think, i am very happy with this card, at STOCK it is a beast!smile.gif

upload please.. what are the other specs? power limit at 115%? .. does the bios clock down dynamically when idle?
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Well the DMM shows 1.250V but it may be a little too much as it glitches out not only the drivers(which it should glitch out) but also some low power features.
Also there is almost no one who has their sweet spot far above 1.2125V for as far as I've most of us are hitting it at 1187 1200 or 1212mV
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upload please.. what are the other specs? power limit at 115%? .. does the bios clock down dynamically when idle?

So you think there is a chance I might get a better OC at a voltage less than 1.21v (which I have now). Think temps of say 30c under h2o might be enough to accept and benefit from 1.21 or 1.25v?

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BINGO! i edited a bios to have a max 1187.5 mv, i am stable at 1190 ghz, that's about average for these cards i think, i am very happy with this card, at STOCK it is a beast!

upload please.. what are the other specs? power limit at 115%? .. does the bios clock down dynamically when idle?

Though I am sure we can edit that ourselves I +1 you, if it is already made I would love to try it smile.gif
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Oh and are you more stable at that 1187.5 than you were at 1.21v?
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Oh and are you more stable at that 1187.5 than you were at 1.21v?

Im sure I will overclock similar with that voltage, so far found I just got more temp/fan with 1.212v
post #4389 of 28136
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People have been getting readings in the 110% while keeping the base 100% the same so Nvidia is either telling lies or not using their design as intended.

You just proved them correct then. Leaving Def, or nominal at 250W = 100%, and max at 275W = 110%. Pretty much all the modded bioses are set to 285,300, 315, 325W... which means the readings in precision are still under reported, unless those people that hit 110% had a bios set to 275W max.
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post #4390 of 28136
Just catching up with this thread.
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...whatever "investigation" appears to be happening it will get drug out for >30 days and in the end we will get a shrug and a 'working as intended' or possibly the drivers will be changed to report a higher tdp.

So I had the time wrong but I believe I was right otherwise. They said both actually, working as intended and bad reporting. It's still a beast and I'm still keeping them and going for a third later this year with haswell/ib-e.

Thanks to maarten and naennon for their work!
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