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My two Titan's are the same temp in serial, there shouldn't be much difference no matter how you set them up unless you have a really small cooling loop/radiator. For my setup, the liquid temp rise is so small that I've decided for my 3-4 way final Titan config just to go serial.
The blocks don't help much with the overclock but do help the throttling for a decent score:

32° C is great, what is your water temp?

on full load my water temp is 28-30 °C, and i have a XSPC RX360 (with Enermax fans), a RX480 (with Schyte GT AP15) and a EX360 (with Enermax fans), pump are 2 Koolance PMP400, i think that the loop is right for the hardware, but my temp are pretty higher than yours redface.gif
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impressive score!!!!

did you guys have flashed a modified BIOS to achieve such a high results?
i can't go above 1202mhz and 1.2v on my Titans mad.gif
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Wanna see your Titan OC crumble?
Truth be said..... your cards are not stable until you bench on 3dmark06 and pass the canyon scene.

Loop it 3 times on that scene. But most OC's will fail on the 1st run.


Just a heads up. This is taken from the FAQ's page for 3DMark06


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It was always my understanding that parallel was supposed to completely normalize temps. I have a sub 1c difference between cards. After valley:



mcp350->2xpa120.3->2xtitan blocks/backplates

For whoever posted max temps on load 30c that's very impressive for non-chilled water imo.
Edited by mbreslin - 3/18/13 at 9:20am
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32° C is great, what is your water temp?

on full load my water temp is 28-30 °C, and i have a XSPC RX360 (with Enermax fans), a RX480 (with Schyte GT AP15) and a EX360 (with Enermax fans), pump are 2 Koolance PMP400, i think that the loop is right for the hardware, but my temp are pretty higher than yours redface.gif
impressive score!!!!

did you guys have flashed a modified BIOS to achieve such a high results?
i can't go above 1202mhz and 1.2v on my Titans mad.gif

My water temp runs between 30-33C on full load with a Black Ice GTX 560 and 240 rads. My Valley score is still using the stock BIOS while I believe Vega's is using the modded one that allows a bit more voltage. Btw, my score was with the Titans running 1150 and 1163MHz core and the memory set to 3500MHz...
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I have roughly the same set up as you but with a 3930 instead of yours 3960 and I scored about 2,000 points higher than you did...however my cards don't throttle. It is pretty much a straight line other than when it is loading the next scene in the tests. So perhaps, that is causing it. My cards are at +140 core/+150 on memory which my core is a bit higher, but your memory is way higher than mine.

Yeah, I'm getting mad throttling in 3dmark11 for some reason. I stay pretty much at 106% power the whole time so it drops between 1097MHz and 1150Mhz throughout the run. I need the modded BIOS to eliminate that but I am doing all the tests for my 7970/Titan comparison on the stock BIOS for comparison purposes.
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My water temp runs between 30-33C on full load with a Black Ice GTX 560 and 240 rads. My Valley score is still using the stock BIOS while I believe Vega's is using the modded one that allows a bit more voltage. Btw, my score was with the Titans running 1150 and 1163MHz core and the memory set to 3500MHz...
Yeah, I'm getting mad throttling in 3dmark11 for some reason. I stay pretty much at 106% power the whole time so it drops between 1097MHz and 1150Mhz throughout the run. I need the modded BIOS to eliminate that but I am doing all the tests for my 7970/Titan comparison on the stock BIOS for comparison purposes.

I am on stock Bios as well though. I am still fearfull of doing a Bios edit because frankly, the only thing the Bios flash can do for me is give me a higher score in benchmarks...all my games are at max settings/max framerate with my settings. The only reason I would Bios edit is because one of my 2 cards only maxes out at 1.187v, whhile the other hits it's cap of 1.200v. Invididually tested, the 1.187v card would hit 1150mhz rock steady, but due to SLI stuff, it goes to 1137 at 1.187v. I think if I could get that little bit more volts, it would match my other card or be within 13mhz. My other GPU at 1.200v hits 1163 boost speed.
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It was always my understanding that parallel was supposed to completely normalize temps. I have a sub 1c difference between cards. After valley:



mcp350->2xpa120.3->2xtitan blocks/backplates

For whoever posted max temps on load 30c that's very impressive for non-chilled water imo.

I run parallel with my 2 cards and the max temp I have seen so far is 40c at full load and that is with my CPU at 4.8mhz as well. I have 3 XSPC 360 Rads in my system. That 40c however was when it was pretty warm in the middle of the afternoon. I do most of my gaming and testing later in the day and at that time, I hit a max of around 34-36c on both cards. Usually both cards are within 1c of each other as well.
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Don't know exactly but I would say 2 360 rads

I'm using 140 rads and discovered these fit in the 5'25 bay. (Check the exact size before buy)
So in my phantom case I'm gonna put a 420 rad on top and under it another 280.

Or a 280 rad on top and 2 140 rads vertically in the 5'25 bay.
There isn't much space left but enough for a dvd reader and a fan controller wich leave the bay almost empty behind it.

Does anybody consider universal gpu coolers?

Thanks buddy. Phantom cases are beautiful. Im going to say that 3x360 rads should be sufficient to cool 3x titans and a 3930k. Im confident that should do the trick looking at Levesque setup. His temps are quite good and achieving numbers within that margin is what im looking for.
    
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Has anyone noticed a weird stuttering issue with bf3 with the new drivers and titans?
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nope... working fine
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