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Is that plastic or metal? Looks like plastic from the picture but I assume it is metal

They're metal, with the block and backplate installed the card is incredibly rigid.
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There's a Titan club.. Glad I'm not the only one (:

Got my Titan under water (Custom cooling) Beast performance on stock bios. Tried some of the custom bioses, didn't really help with anything. Hopefully KGB Kepler mod can properly unlock voltage and power limit at some point, feels like my card has a lot more to give.
post #4993 of 28136
Since I got my EVGA backplate i'm not paying attention to that page any more but ssj92 says they are instock over at EVGA right now.
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@sk3tch when you read, may wish to replace my N3 with these, have better info now.

now that I understand the buggy bioses better, I am left with 2 options, and ended up with 2 bioses, modded from Naennons.

option 1....doesnt have to use precision X to modify clocks. My gpu during gaming or benching loads will maintain core of 1202mhz without throttling, using vcore of 1.21. However to use this effectively, your gpu must be stable at 1202mhz and 1.21v. This bios uses naennons, but increased default power to 280W from 260W to prevent my leaky gpu from any throttling during benchmarks/games.
Decreased boost limit to 1202, again wont go over that anyways from boost table limit.
Increased base/boost clocks back to my default SC settings.
P0 vcore 1.212, P2 vcore 1.2 no point in setting lower, since they are ignored anyways without precision tune, and 1.212 is apparently the default vcore setting for 1202 mhz (or it is with all bios I have tried). The only difference between this and N3 is lower P2 volts 1 notch, change max power to 300W (cant go over anyways), and put base clock back to default for SC (had only put boost back to SC on N3).
For option 1, using N1212 bios (1.212v bios). N1212.zip 131k .zip file


Option 2, this is similar to carlhil2's edit of Naennons (here with others a sk3tch page), and like carlhil2 is doing... depends on using precision X to control mhz and voltage.... except, again using Naennons bios, I increased def power to 280W (my leaky gpu again), and restored my SC base/boost clock norms (these SC values only matter to my OCD since I bought SC). This has same setting as my above bios, 280W def power, 1202 boost clock limit, default SC base/boost clock settings, and using carlhil2's voltage for P0 of 1.187 and P2 1.175.
To use this bios, you have to set precision X to always run/load at windows start up. And after restarting computer, then go to voltages in precision X, overvoltages, then hit reset and apply, then hit default just to make sure mhz reset. Then your vcore will be pegged at 1.87, and mhz at default like 1050-1070, whatever your gpu boost starts at. And then you can set mhz and mem to whatever you want, increase vcore if wish. Until you use precision X or if it ever doesnt load, you will be back to running default 1202 boost and default 1.21 vcore. But once it is set as long as it loads, your settings will be retained. For option 2 I am using N1187 (1.187v bios), here:
N1187.zip 131k .zip file

I am currently doing option 2 with precision X, since gives most flexibility, and thanks again carlhil2 for posting about precision x needed for gpu to follow bios values.
Edited by opt33 - 3/19/13 at 11:41am
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opt33, I just got my 1st ever 2560x1440p monitor and will be testing all my games in that res. I will test out your n1212 bios at the same time.
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opt33 - page updated! Thanks for the heads up!
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Finally settled in on my 24/7 overclock and I found my sweet spot on my gpus! Here is how I stress test run this once shut down repeat 4 times...

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@sk3tch when you read, may wish to replace my N3 with these, have better info now.

now that I understand the buggy bioses better, I am left with 2 options, and ended up with 2 bioses, modded from Naennons.

option 1....doesnt have to use precision X to modify clocks. My gpu during gaming or benching loads will maintain core of 1202mhz without throttling, using vcore of 1.21. However to use this effectively, your gpu must be stable at 1202mhz and 1.21v. This bios uses naennons, but increased default power to 280W from 260W to prevent my leaky gpu from any throttling during benchmarks/games.
Decreased boost limit to 1202, again wont go over that anyways from boost table limit.
Increased base/boost clocks back to my default SC settings.
P0 vcore 1.212, P2 vcore 1.2 no point in setting lower, since they are ignored anyways without precision tune, and 1.212 is apparently the default vcore setting for 1202 mhz (or it is with all bios I have tried). The only difference between this and N3 is lower P2 volts 1 notch, change max power to 300W (cant go over anyways), and put base clock back to default for SC (had only put boost back to SC on N3).
For option 1, using N1212 bios (1.212v bios). N1212.zip 131k .zip file


Option 2, this is similar to carlhil2's edit of Naennons (here with others a sk3tch page), and like carlhil2 is doing... depends on using precision X to control mhz and voltage.... except, again using Naennons bios, I increased def power to 280W (my leaky gpu again), and restored my SC base/boost clock norms (these SC values only matter to my OCD since I bought SC). This has same setting as my above bios, 280W def power, 1202 boost clock limit, default SC base/boost clock settings, and using carlhil2's voltage for P02 of 1.187 and P2 1.175.
To use this bios, you have to set precision X to always run/load at windows start up. And after restarting computer, then go to voltages in precision X, overvoltages, then hit reset and apply, then hit default just to make sure mhz reset. Then your vcore will be pegged at 1.87, and mhz at default like 1050-1070, whatever your gpu boost starts at. And then you can set mhz and mem to whatever you want, increase vcore if wish. Until you use precision X or if it ever doesnt load, you will be back to running default 1202 boost and default 1.21 vcore. But once it is set as long as it loads, your settings will be retained. For option 2 I am using N1187 (1.187v bios), here:
N1187.zip 131k .zip file

I am currently doing option 2 with precision X, since gives most flexibility, and thanks again carlhil2 for posting about precision x needed for gpu to follow bios values.

Great info! +Rep

However, I do have a question. The way you word option 1 it makes it seem that if you change the clocks (or the voltage) with precision X then there will be some undesired behavior. Can you explain what this is?

Put more plainly, are you saying that the original NaennonBIOS only good if you want to run 1202MHz @ 1.212V and adjustment away from those settings using software is impossible/unadvised?
Edited by JCPUser - 3/18/13 at 5:53pm
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still waiting for the pictures of EK backplate (cardside... not the backside)

I don't know if this will do, but this all I got before installing them...








 
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Got my EVGA titan SC Friday biggrin.gif

My best attempt in Valley with stock bios
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