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I have 2 titans coming early next week. What can i expect gaming wise? Im not a serious overclocker and will probably run a conservative overclock on air with my 3770k.

I bought a AX1200i and its arrived and just have to get motivated and install it.

Running the same setup myself. Just ordered the upgrade Corsair cables for the PSU!!
The cards overclock quite easily and mine are both at 1187MHz on standard cooling.
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My 66% ASIC card is dragging me down big time in SLI. I've had to lower the OC to as little as +64MHz core to get stability in everything (Crysis is still the first thing to weed out an unstable clock). Valley and Heaven can pass at 1202MHz all day on my one good card but my bad one crashes at anything above 1163MHz at the stock 1.2V limit. I wonder if that .012V increase in the modded BIOS will even do anything for it?
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I got a real good bios for those that are running 4-way titans on air.. keeps temps below 75c on air... i can post the Precision X settings that go with it (140mhz on core etc... ). My boost stays steady at 1123 mhz and my memory is overclocked by 200 mhz (just as a reference point) thumb.gif
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I got a real good bios for those that are running 4-way titans on air.. keeps temps below 75c on air... i can post the Precision X settings that go with it (140mhz on core etc... ). My boost stays steady at 1123 mhz and my memory is overclocked by 200 mhz (just as a reference point) thumb.gif

Yeah do that... I'm interested.

I went through all 4 of my cards today and all 4 of them OC'd to around the same max boost clock on air which was around 1176, so now I'm going to determine which cards have the best memory OC capability.

Either way, all 4 are flashed to 1212mv and 300 watts TDP, but I'm always interested in tweaks.

I'm only running 2 of them at the moment, as I disabled 2 switches on the Rampage IV to see how 2 Way SLI performed at 1440p vs 4 way, and to be honest I haven't noticed much of a difference except in Crysis 3. Crysis 3 pushes all 4 cards to around 80% usage in multiplayer, but it's the only game I have that can make use of that many GPUs at 1440p.

Most likely I'll end up selling 2 of my Titans and perhaps buying 2 later on when 4K rolls around and perhaps buy 1 or 2 more better binned chips if I'm lucky.
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Kepler Bios Tweaker + manual hexediting.

(You can use any hexedit software - like literally Hexedit/WinHex - 00007A11 it's voltage offset - 12B128 is value for 1225000 in hexes you put in opposite sequence so it's actually 28B112 after any changes here you need to fix checksum value - it's located in offset 0000F9FF - you can get proper value by runing kepler bios tweaker - checksum field will be red - proper value is in brackets - then just edit offset 0000F9FF for proper value ...thats it).

Thank you! very helpful post! +rep
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Yeah do that... I'm interested.

I went through all 4 of my cards today and all 4 of them OC'd to around the same max boost clock on air which was around 1176, so now I'm going to determine which cards have the best memory OC capability.

Either way, all 4 are flashed to 1212mv and 300 watts TDP, but I'm always interested in tweaks.

I'm only running 2 of them at the moment, as I disabled 2 switches on the Rampage IV to see how 2 Way SLI performed at 1440p vs 4 way, and to be honest I haven't noticed much of a difference except in Crysis 3. Crysis 3 pushes all 4 cards to around 80% usage in multiplayer, but it's the only game I have that can make use of that many GPUs at 1440p.

Most likely I'll end up selling 2 of my Titans and perhaps buying 2 later on when 4K rolls around and perhaps buy 1 or 2 more better binned chips if I'm lucky.

Cheese.zip 130k .zip file

Save as and rename to a rom file... and here is my P-X settings:
Edited by Cheesemaster - 3/23/13 at 12:51pm
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I have a question for all you RIVE tri/quad SLI folk. What do you do for soundcards in these things? Seems like there's no room left to shove a legit soundcard in there. I have a problem with onboard sound of any kind.. please tell me you guys don't spend $5k+ on rigs and listen to onboard sound? kookoo.gif
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I have a question for all you RIVE tri/quad SLI folk. What do you do for soundcards in these things? Seems like there's no room left to shove a legit soundcard in there. I have a problem with onboard sound of any kind.. please tell me you guys don't spend $5k+ on rigs and listen to onboard sound? kookoo.gif
I hook up my pc to a receiver 7.2 via optical or hdmi
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I hook up my pc to a receiver 7.2 via optical or hdmi

this is what I had to "upgrade" to, it sounds better then my titanium HD I also had a xonar stx.. I think this sounds way cleaner and punchy nice round bass! http://www.amazon.com/Audioengine-D1-Premium-24-Bit-DAC/dp/B006IPH5H2

p.s here is a good review! http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?p=1038623277

p.s.s I am running quad titans!
Edited by Cheesemaster - 3/23/13 at 1:54pm
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I have a question for all you RIVE tri/quad SLI folk. What do you do for soundcards in these things? Seems like there's no room left to shove a legit soundcard in there. I have a problem with onboard sound of any kind.. please tell me you guys don't spend $5k+ on rigs and listen to onboard sound? kookoo.gif

LOTS of options LOL.

I use an ASUS Xonar Essence One external DAC, like other nice external DAC's it is not made for gaming but SOUNDS MUCH better than any gaming card smile.gif.

I did use a PCIE extender to get the available 1x pcie slot connected to a XONAR STX but then I just fed the optical from that to my ESSENCE ONE, could do the same with a creative card, the benefit of that is the gaming card can process any positional audio needed and pass the processed digital signal on to the External DAC for proper digital to analogue conversion ... though TBH I am not sure how much that is needed so I might just sell my STX .

A reciever is a great idea as well!!! LOTS OF CHOICES
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