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That Aquacomputer block is pretty sweet looking! Although, I'd never buy one as I don't like clear covers and light entering by liquid loop. Bravo for a cool design though.

Overall, I think XSPC as the nicest looking opaque Titan block:


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My four EK Titan blocks work really well and look OK, but EK will have to step up their game in the looks department with these new entries around..
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Does anyone know why my cards throttle bad in borderlands 2? Both cards are flashed.




While I play crysis 3 or BF3 the cards are always at a stable clock of 1100MHz.

It throttle cause it does not go over 40-50 usage and i drops to lower clocks its normal it keeps it 60FPs, if you uncap that it will no throttle any more since the usage will spike to max to pump as many FPS as it can.
Or just use PhysX at high and it should run full speed.
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Do you think you might gain any extra overclock by not running the fan of the cards power supply?
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Soooooo, is there a Titan overclocking guide anywhere so i can take a look? My SC is on the way and i am kind of old school, coming from a GTX580 (which was pretty straight forward, pump the voltage, monitor the temp and keep it under 70-72C if possible - otherwise strange instability phenomenon not related with the voltage-, look for gpu instabilities, find the max gpu clock, take care of the mem etc)...

PS: i sure hope there won't be any probs fitting the Titan in my Gene V and Noctua D14...already removed the fan clips and replaced them with elastic bands, i wonder how close fit would be...
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Another run using 314.09 whql drivers

Kaapstad---CPU 3930k @5.1ghz---4 x GTX Titans---P32458



http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6288903
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Proud Asus GTX Titan owner here.

 

I am now going to be trying OCing without core voltage tweaking.

 

What are the OK temps for the Titan?

 

Also should I push the power limit to the max which is 106?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Proud Asus GTX Titan owner here.

I am now going to be trying OCing without core voltage tweaking.

What are the OK temps for the Titan?

Also should I push the power limit to the max which is 106?

Thanks in advance.

Congratulations, it doesn't run too hot, it's quiet as well. Mine ran up to 77 when they were on air. That was with a very high OC. I think a lot will depend on your setup as that fan is killer.... Power limit isn't enough in my eyes, 106 won't hurt nothing...
 
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Congratulations, it doesn't run too hot, it's quiet as well. Mine ran up to 77 when they were on air. That was with a very high OC. I think a lot will depend on your setup as that fan is killer.... Power limit isn't enough in my eyes, 106 won't hurt nothing...

 



Thanks buddy :)

 

I will also use a custom fan speed if there is any need.

 

I encountered a funny thing though,

 

I ran this 3Dmark11 test first

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6289413  and got a 15049 Graphics score

 

and I oced the GPU a little bit and got this

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6289453 (15007 Graphics Score)

 

WHy would this happen?

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Thanks buddy smile.gif

I will also use a custom fan speed if there is any need.

I encountered a funny thing though,

I ran this 3Dmark11 test first

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6289413  and got a 15049 Graphics score

and I oced the GPU a little bit and got this

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6289453 (15007 Graphics Score)

WHy would this happen?

Could been a bug in 3Dmark. Did you OC the memory? What version of 3DMark are you using? Did you up the volts on the card?

Can you OC that 3570 more? It's going to need all it can get with that Titan
 
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Could been a bug in 3Dmark. Did you OC the memory? What version of 3DMark are you using? Did you up the volts on the card?

Can you OC that 3570 more? It's going to need all it can get with that Titan


I just installed the latest version of 3Dmark and no I am not Ocin the memory. Just the core clock +50 and 106 Power Limit. Thats it.

 

I will certainly try to OC the 3570 more. It is on 4.2 now

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