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Your cards should down clock from 1200Mhz when playing Crysis 3 single player. Stock BIOS only allows up to 106% power limit. I've seen Crysis 3 hit 125% using custom BIOS.

My cards rarely hit 106, for a good while they wouldn't go above 98. Switched drivers & theynow do 103 mostly. In Crysis 3, they rarely go to 1189...

@+127 & +100...
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FWIW Bioshock Infinite crashed for me on OC settings no other game crashed so far. There are some people complaining of crashing but I don't really pay that any mind since there are crashing threads for every game that launches. I went back to stock settings and played for many hours with no crash.

It seems very well coded to me since a lot of people are able to play on high or above with much older hardware. Odd that it crashed with my OC.

TL;DR: Bioshock Infinite might be a very good game to stress test with, it also seems like a very good game in general so far. smile.gif
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FWIW Bioshock Infinite crashed for me on OC settings no other game crashed so far. There are some people complaining of crashing but I don't really pay that any mind since there are crashing threads for every game that launches. I went back to stock settings and played for many hours with no crash.

It seems very well coded to me since a lot of people are able to play on high or above with much older hardware. Odd that it crashed with my OC.

TL;DR: Bioshock Infinite might be a very good game to stress test with, it also seems like a very good game in general so far. smile.gif

I started playing last night and in 3 hours it crashed 2 times, always during heavy fighting scenes. I'll try tonight without OC.
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I started playing last night and in 3 hours it crashed 2 times, always during heavy fighting scenes. I'll try tonight without OC.

Dont worry about bioshock. It's not your cards or OC.

I am crashing on 680 and my buddy is on 670s.

It's a driver / game issue.
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okay, lets say i will use crysis 3 to stress test, how much time is considered enough? 30min , an hour . . .

You cant test just with Crysis 3..its only good for testing memory overclocks..for core overclock use Far Cry 3.

An hour of Far Cry 3 for finding stable core and an hour of Crysis 3 for finding stable memory OC would be enough

Althrough, Far Cry is pretty good at exposing unstable memory as well, Crysis 3 is maybe a little better, but not good at exposing unstable core.

If you have to use just one game, then use Far Cry 3
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Has anyone replaced the stock TIM on their Titan? I've got a tube of MX-4 on my desk and I'm very tempted to put some on the TItan. Hoping to get some feedback from people that have changed their TIM!

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i hope it really doesn't as i guess im one of those unlucky low asic titan owners, but i think this pic says something:



do u have a proof that asic means nothing? is it related to throttling? a scientific explanation for asic in general? im really curious to know what is asic and how it is measured?

whats you asic btw?

My proof is simple, do any benchmarking tests versus any card that has a higher asic score. You will see the Titan perform far better than them. It's a ranking system not designed properly for a new generation of cards.
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FWIW Bioshock Infinite crashed for me on OC settings no other game crashed so far. There are some people complaining of crashing but I don't really pay that any mind since there are crashing threads for every game that launches. I went back to stock settings and played for many hours with no crash.

It seems very well coded to me since a lot of people are able to play on high or above with much older hardware. Odd that it crashed with my OC.

TL;DR: Bioshock Infinite might be a very good game to stress test with, it also seems like a very good game in general so far. smile.gif

I'm not surprised. Far Cry 3 is another good one. I had to lower my oc a bit for FC3 a few notches.
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I'm not surprised. Far Cry 3 is another good one. I had to lower my oc a bit for FC3 a few notches.

FC3 was my benchmark, it crashed when valley/heaven/3dm11 wouldn't. I finally got it dialed in. But then bioshock still didn't like it. It's possibly it was a fluke crash but I doubt it considering how much I've now played at stock with no crash.

FC3 is a great test though if bioshock doesn't interest you. I trust FC3 more than Crysis3 for stability testing.
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My proof is simple, do any benchmarking tests versus any card that has a higher asic score. You will see the Titan perform far better than them. It's a ranking system not designed properly for a new generation of cards.

That proves nothing. That's like saying my old worn out v8 still had more power than your better condition 2 years older v6.
The reality is of course engine condition is important but with the Titan being the fastest gpu in the world how is it possible for another gpu to beat it?
I'm not saying the ASIC rating means anything, just that you "proof" isn't proof at all.
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