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I'm getting lots of throttling in Bioshock Infinite using latest drivers supposedly released for it. Sometimes my Titan goes down to under 400mhz on the core
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No way, far more effective on lightweight vehicles. No car is going to be capable of 190 mph wheelies with "only" 500 hp like you can do with... say....

An obscenely stripped down turbo huyabusa, or even better, a stripped down turbo ZX-14R (considering the 14R is 197rwhp stock). That 500 hp isn't gonna do much in a 30 foot straight truck loaded to 26,000# or more xD

Yea.. but the busa is a lot more comfortable to be doing that speed on... it turns like crap because its meant to be a dragster. 14R is just meant to be a bigger superbike...

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But I ran the benchmark on GTX Titan SLI for SPECviewperf® 11, SPECapcSM for SolidWorks 2013™, SPECapcSM for Maya® 2012 and SPECapcSM for 3ds Max™ 2011. All of their scores are lower than my GTX 670 SLI.mad.gif

Enable FP64 in the drivers, you have to turn on the compute functionality of the titans.

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I'm getting lots of throttling in Bioshock Infinite using latest drivers supposedly released for it. Sometimes my Titan goes down to under 400mhz on the core

Ouch, try the modded Naennon bios yet?
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About to test Bioshock. Want to see if I have some of the same problems. Going to run @ 1150/6600
 
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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...

Same boat here. Have my titan installed. Coming from 580 SLI. The OC seems way different for the titan. Plus I have really never benched much at all before so going to do that here too.

I am seeing steady 1058MHz gpu & 3005 Memory in BF3, Heaven, Valley and 3Dmark. So does this thing overclock on its own? That is way above base and boost clocks. I have Precision installed and running but have not touched any settings. Power Target 100%, Temp 80, GPU Offset 0, Mem Offset 0. Max temps have been low 70s
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Same boat here. Have my titan installed. Coming from 580 SLI. The OC seems way different for the titan. Plus I have really never benched much at all before so going to do that here too.

I am seeing steady 1058MHz gpu & 3005 Memory in BF3, Heaven, Valley and 3Dmark. So does this thing overclock on its own? That is way above base and boost clocks. I have Precision installed and running but have not touched any settings. Power Target 100%, Temp 80, GPU Offset 0, Mem Offset 0. Max temps have been low 70s

Ok guys, coming from stock bios.. this is what you do.

Get yourself heaven / valley. Pump power target to 106% and link it with priority to power. Put your fan on auto and your voltage offset to 37mv (max). Depending on vanilla / SC bioses you might have slightly adjusted clocks, but start to up your core clock in blocks of 30. And do a run of heaven until your driver crashes. Note the offset the driver crashes, then restart your computer and go -15 for your offset, check the core frequency graph to make sure you are not throttling.

Once you have found a stable-ish core clock, start upping the memory by 30 as well. Repeat the same process until you're stable-ish with memory through heaven.

Make sure you restart your computer after each crash.. Something strange with the driver doesn't quite get resolved after the crash.

Now do it in valley and drop the memory / core clock as necessary to not crash or cause artifacts.

Overclocking at titan on stock bios is literally that easy.

This won't give you the ultimate max OC your card is capable of because of the stock bios, but you'll gain some performance from the base speeds.
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+50MHz core +100MHz memory Gfx Score 15729. Seem about right?



http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6291420
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Ok guys, coming from stock bios.. this is what you do.

Get yourself heaven / valley. Pump power target to 106% and link it with priority to power. Put your fan on auto and your voltage offset to 37mv (max). Depending on vanilla / SC bioses you might have slightly adjusted clocks, but start to up your core clock in blocks of 30. And do a run of heaven until your driver crashes. Note the offset the driver crashes, then restart your computer and go -15 for your offset, check the core frequency graph to make sure you are not throttling.

Once you have found a stable-ish core clock, start upping the memory by 30 as well. Repeat the same process until you're stable-ish with memory through heaven.

Make sure you restart your computer after each crash.. Something strange with the driver doesn't quite get resolved after the crash.

Now do it in valley and drop the memory / core clock as necessary to not crash or cause artifacts.

Overclocking at titan on stock bios is literally that easy.

This won't give you the ultimate max OC your card is capable of because of the stock bios, but you'll gain some performance from the base speeds.


Do we really have to OC the memory in the Titan?

 

Also I have MSI Afterburner 3.0 beta 7 and I dont have the link to priority thingy. I did not uninstall the previous MSI afterburner, I wonder if that is the reason.

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Did you have enable FP64 in the driver?

DP - FP64 were enabled for both Titan.
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Do we really have to OC the memory in the Titan?

Also I have MSI Afterburner 3.0 beta 7 and I dont have the link to priority thingy. I did not uninstall the previous MSI afterburner, I wonder if that is the reason.


No you don't, but it will be nice for you. As long as its stable it can't hurt you.

You do have it in afterburner beta 7, you need to hit that drop down arrow next to the core clock or power target.. I forget which, you'll see it... I'm at work otherwise I would show you a screenshot.
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Ok guys, coming from stock bios.. this is what you do.

Get yourself heaven / valley. Pump power target to 106% and link it with priority to power. Put your fan on auto and your voltage offset to 37mv (max). Depending on vanilla / SC bioses you might have slightly adjusted clocks, but start to up your core clock in blocks of 30. And do a run of heaven until your driver crashes. Note the offset the driver crashes, then restart your computer and go -15 for your offset, check the core frequency graph to make sure you are not throttling.

Once you have found a stable-ish core clock, start upping the memory by 30 as well. Repeat the same process until you're stable-ish with memory through heaven.

Make sure you restart your computer after each crash.. Something strange with the driver doesn't quite get resolved after the crash.

Now do it in valley and drop the memory / core clock as necessary to not crash or cause artifacts.

Overclocking at titan on stock bios is literally that easy.

This won't give you the ultimate max OC your card is capable of because of the stock bios, but you'll gain some performance from the base speeds.

Thanks! That is very helpful. +Rep for you!
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