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I ran Heaven and Valley for ~3 hours each and then launched FC3 and crashed within 5 minutes. I have yet to find a game that crashes if FC3 is stable, it seems to be the hardest thing for these cards to run. Pull out a flamethrower and start a massive fire. tongue.gif

I have been telling this to people on OCN for days, nobody seems to listen for some reason smile.gif
I just told Levesque too smile.gif

I have also found old 3dmark06 test Canyon Flight to also be as good at testing OC as Far Cry 3- only difference is you dont have to play it, you can just leave your pc running it while you do other stuff.

It all comes down to whetever you like Far Cry 3 or not, if you like it, then test by playing it, if you dont like, loop Canyon smile.gif
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Has anyone figured out why Naennon's bios are the only BIOS that don't throttle for some people? I've matched his settings with EVGA bios, even downloaded the same vendor BIOS as him and edited them the exact same, but get throttling. What exactly did he do?

Basically, I want Naennon's bios with only a forced voltage on the P0 clocks, but I want P2 clocks to remain the same. I don't want to force a unneeded voltage in older games. There seems to be no way to reset the P2 voltage to 825-912 if it was already edited.
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Lol yea for the first time my top card hit 80C. So the volts being that high only means a little hotter and louder? Ehh I can live with that lol. Oh and you mean reinstalling nvidia drivers? Sorry if that sounds stupid. Just wanna be sure.

Yeah i'd try reinstalling drivers and see if it fixes it. Seems like MSI is getting confused to me. I personally wouldn't run 1.212v on the stock cooler because I like to hear my game, not the computer. tongue.gif
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Ok ok, since everyone really really wants me to be unstable, I will try it. rolleyes.gifbiggrin.gif LOL! It's like everyone wants me to crash soooo much!

What do I need to download? Crysis benchmark tool 1.05? Just point me to what I need to downlaod since I don't want to install Crysis 1 just for that. smile.gif

unfortunately Crysis tool will not run without the actual game installed.

Just came back from 50 timedemos no crashes in Crysis as soon as i drop down 1 bin 12mv boom crash its really great tool to find your absolute stable OC.
Everything else is walk in the park
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Has anyone figured out why Naennon's bios are the only BIOS that don't throttle for some people? I've matched his settings with EVGA bios, even downloaded the same vendor BIOS as him and edited them the exact same, but get throttling. What exactly did he do?

Basically, I want Naennon's bios with only a forced voltage on the P0 clocks, but I want P2 clocks to remain the same. I don't want to force a unneeded voltage in older games. There seems to be no way to reset the P2 voltage to 825-912 if it was already edited.
Yeah i'd try reinstalling drivers and see if it fixes it. Seems like MSI is getting confused to me. I personally wouldn't run 1.212v on the stock cooler because I like to hear my game, not the computer. tongue.gif

Ya, there is something special about that BIOS. I tried a 1.25 v bios and got mad throttling at a much lower overclock. I load up the naennon bios at a higher overclock at 1.212 v and its rock stable. I couldn't imagine such a small voltage change would make such a dramatic throttling issue. Anyone update naeennon bios to 1.25v and ill give her a whirl.
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Why does my titan says Bus Interface: PCI-E 2.0x16 1.1? i have an i7 3820 and my motherboard has GEN3 speeds enabled...?

Because NVIDIA does not officially support PCIe 3.0 on X79. You can fix it using info here: http://1pcent.com/?p=257
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Heh, I am back on the stock BIOS too. Every modded BIOS I tried so far from this thread caused crashes and FPS instability in games for me. smile.gif
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So question for everybody with dual Titans. While playing crysis 3 with everything maxed out and MSAA x8 is it normal for frames to dip as low as 50ish? Every now and then my frames go up to 100. Never higher. Does the game have a cap limit?
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Anyone else have problem with Precision X and SLi ? i have to use Afterburner since Precision X will not Overvolt one of my card just the primary card will get overvoltage...
Is there a fix or workaround for this since i much more prefer Precision X then afterburner.

I can use Precision X only if i force the Voltage with custom bios.
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Ya, there is something special about that BIOS. I tried a 1.25 v bios and got mad throttling at a much lower overclock. I load up the naennon bios at a higher overclock at 1.212 v and its rock stable. I couldn't imagine such a small voltage change would make such a dramatic throttling issue. Anyone update naeennon bios to 1.25v and ill give her a whirl.
There we go redface.gif
All I actually upped where the max voltage and the p00 and p02 state voltage for the rest it is the same as the nvidia bios.
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So question for everybody with dual Titans. While playing crysis 3 with everything maxed out and MSAA x8 is it normal for frames to dip as low as 50ish? Every now and then my frames go up to 100. Never higher. Does the game have a cap limit?


if you are on 60hz screen try to V-sync it, it will stabilize your clocks and you will get constant 60FPS.
If you uncap it it will start using much more power and Crysis 3 is very Hungry game in no time you will hit TDP limit and the cards will start to throttle they can go as low as 975mhz or so depends how much you OC them and there is where you see FPS fluctuation.
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