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Originally Posted by opt33 View Post

Those hitting 1400mhz sometimes is because precision has crashed, making 1202mhz default, and they do not reset things, so before it crashed there +200mhz was 1200mhz....after it crashed there +200mhz is now 1400mhz and instant crash....made same mistake myself by forgetting to reset precision after crash.

Yep, going to have to raise my hand as guilty of forgetting and doing that too and then sitting there wondering what I did for a minute.
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Ugg these Titans are strange beasts. I have an identical bios loaded into all of my cards, yet syncing the core frequencies yields different core frequencies while benching. That makes zero sense as the boost tables are identical with identical bios's loaded.

Same thing here. mad.gif
    
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? Ambient temps are one thing... what is your internal case temp by chance? Maybe you're lacking some air flow inside the case?

-edit: My ambient temp is 19C and after gaming my card(s) never reached over 70C with a custom fan profile (never over 70%).

How do you have your custom fan profile set.

On a separate note I updated to the newest beta drivers 2 days ago and had nothing but problems. I was getting blue screen on the stock bios with the stock superclock settings. Being a noob I didn't know what it was because my cpu and gpu's were all set to stock, and I had no problem previously when they had a small overclock on them. I went back to the launch driver and played bf3 maxed without any problems. It seems the newest driver was causing all these problems. what is really wierd is I could run valley tests over and over again without a problem. Has anyone else had this problem, or is there a fix for it? Thanks.
post #5345 of 28136
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Go to tpu and search the bios database for titan bios. Its the only one marked nvidia as the vendor.

and again.. there you will find the original bios but you cannot alter it to stop throtteling with Kepler Bios Editor...
post #5346 of 28136
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How do you have your custom fan profile set.

On a separate note I updated to the newest beta drivers 2 days ago and had nothing but problems. I was getting blue screen on the stock bios with the stock superclock settings. Being a noob I didn't know what it was because my cpu and gpu's were all set to stock, and I had no problem previously when they had a small overclock on them. I went back to the launch driver and played bf3 maxed without any problems. It seems the newest driver was causing all these problems. what is really wierd is I could run valley tests over and over again without a problem. Has anyone else had this problem, or is there a fix for it? Thanks.

I've been using 314.21 since the day it came out and I've had zero issues. Perhaps the install had problems? You could try reinstalling. However, if the old drivers work there's really no reason to upgrade unless you want to play Tomb Raider or something.
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I've been using 314.21 since the day it came out and I've had zero issues. Perhaps the install had problems? You could try reinstalling. However, if the old drivers work there's really no reason to upgrade unless you want to play Tomb Raider or something.

Hmmm. I don't know. That Tomb Raider chick is pretty hot so I might be tempted/
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Well, even using the modded 1150mhz bios I got like 65 avg fps in the tomb raider benchmark no throttling. With my stock bios set to 1150 it throttles slightly and I get like 64 avg fps so not sure if I should really worry about it.
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What is the best driver for the GTX TITAN? 314.09 WHQL or 314.21 beta? I don't own Tomb Raider.
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Yeah, my 3 cards seem to perform via GPU Boost 2.0 directly linked to their ASIC. My best ASIC (I have 66.7%, 65.1%, and 69.9%) - 1084 MHz, 1097 MHz, and 1110 MHz. My Precision X settings are +125 on core and +25 on mem (so 1001 MHz Boost - lol) and of course I'm maxed with power/temp target and all my cards are "linked" and "sync"'d. If I go to +50 on mem it's like Russian roulette for crashes so F that. I wish I could just have them all roll at 1080 or something...but w/e. I hate not having more control. Hopefully newer NVIDIA drivers and a newer Precision X can let you just set specific parameters that actually are adhered to by your card. Or maybe I'm missing a combo of settings that will take care of this?

Each Kepler has a different "Kepler boost". I'm not sure how much it ties in ASIC quality, but I do know 104mhz and 130mhz are common values. For example, my stock EVGA does following :

837mhz base, 876mhz boost + 130mhz "Kepler boost" = 1006mhz clock. So 1006mhz is my base clock to go off. If I had another card that had a Kepler boost of 104mhz, it would boost to 980mhz. So I'd have to constantly make up those two bins by adding +26 to the second card (compared to the first) all the time.
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