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So which is the best BIOS now? Been away from the thread for a few days. Got my EK water blocks on but it has done diddly squat for my Titans. Still stuck at a max of 1137 MHz core. I must have the worst clocking Titans in this thread. mad.gif
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So your cards were throttling on air and now are not throttling on water with no other changes? Interesting...

No, they didn't really throttle much on air either, but one of the cards absolutely will not budge past 1163MHz without crashing the driver so I'm kinda stuck here. Performance is still pretty great but not any better than on air. Needs more volts...
post #4613 of 28144
looks like in my bios, if I just increase 2 power limits (2 in red below to 300,000, like others have), then on stock settings/stock volts my card goes to its default max core boost of 1250 when gpu loaded. Ran both 3dmark 11 and heaven, both were at 1250 core and 1.21v. You can see boost limit is 1254 on mine, that is stock bios setting. The stock max voltage 1 goes to 1.21v like have seen in other bioses...in fact max volts cant be changed they are greyed out, in pic 2. Not sure if stable yet, will know by tomorrow, if so, guess no point in changing P0 or P2 volts, or changing anything other than increasing power limits to let card go to its default 1250 setting and default max v 1.21.

btw, fist time I just increased max mw to 300,000, left default mw at 250,000, that caused core to jump from 1250 back to 1050 all the time. Increasing both to 300,000, made card stay at 1250 core all time.

So seems that if throttling removed, my stock boost limit of 1250 is maintained in benchmarks....just dont know if stable yet.

before changing power limits, im on water, i did not throttle at 1150 core precision x setting on tom raider benchmark, rarely throttled to 1138core on heaven, throttled more on 3dmark11 (has most power draw of 3).




Edited by opt33 - 3/15/13 at 10:28pm
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post #4614 of 28144
Um, after raising the Def and Max power numbers to 300000, EVGA Precision X is now topping out at 100% power target. That doesn't seem right.
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Um, after raising the Def and Max power numbers to 300000, EVGA Precision X is now topping out at 100% power target. That doesn't seem right.

Doesn't changing default change what 100% is? So it would make sense if they were both the same.
post #4616 of 28144
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Um, after raising the Def and Max power numbers to 300000, EVGA Precision X is now topping out at 100% power target. That doesn't seem right.

it's case default and max are equal... it's just math based on %.

Example:

Stock:265/250 = 1.06 * 100 = 106%

Mod: 300/300 = 1.0 *100 = 100%

Edit: it's also the reason why everyone is getting different readings, with all the variations of modded bioses. The max the driver will report = max/def * 100. So the people claiming their modded bioses read accurate power, and nvidia's upcoming driver fix is all BS need to do the math to actually see if it is reporting correctly.
Edited by Diverge - 3/15/13 at 11:09pm
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post #4617 of 28144
Ah, so Precision X is just comparing the two numbers, so basically you can make the numbers read whatever you want.
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Ah, so Precision X is just comparing the two numbers, so basically you can make the numbers read whatever you want.

yep the readings are based on the default value. so if your 100%, and your default is 250W, you're drawing 250W. If it is reading 106%, you reading the max (at stock) of 265W. If I set both def and max to 265, then it will read 100% when drawing 265W, or it should, if the drivers reported correctly.
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just ordered 2 of the aqua computer Kryographics Titan nickel water blocks from aquatuning says shipping on the 18th so ready to get these now just need to figure out if the evga backplate will work with them

More than likely the waterblock will use larger screws than the EVGA backplate is designed for frown.gif. I discovered this issue when I used the EVGA backplates on my 670 FTWs with HK 680 hole edition blocks. What I did was drill the holes just large enough for the larger screw heads to fit into the recess biggrin.gifthumb.gif.

Careful though, the mount points are pressed in on the EVGA backplates and you could pull them out if to aggressive or to much pressure with the drill... even worse you could drill through the small hole leaving nothing for the screw to "hold" onto lol
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just thought i would try.... rolleyes.gif
Edited by Cheesemaster - 3/15/13 at 11:35pm
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