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If you don't have one with your motherboard, yes. I got mine from evga.com, though you can get them most places for a few bucks.


got mine off ebay for.....5 bucks?
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After flashing a new bios, I have a massive drop in Heaven. My fps average before was high 60's, now it's high 50's? What happened?
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post #6123 of 28134
Did you reinstall your drivers after you flashed?
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Just played two hours of Crysis3 mp. Both cards at 1150 with a bit of throttling (I'm back on stock bios) still generally 1100+ though. Finally crashed with memory at 300 I really think the memory just gets too hot. Even with backplate to spread the heat around the whole thing is way too hot to touch after awhile.

Anyway Crysis3 whether or not you like the game it's pretty impressive looking. 2560x1600 all visuals/msaa maxed, around 50 fps avg. Titans are beasts.
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Originally Posted by mbreslin View Post

Just played two hours of Crysis3 mp. Both cards at 1150 with a bit of throttling (I'm back on stock bios) still generally 1100+ though. Finally crashed with memory at 300 I really think the memory just gets too hot. Even with backplate to spread the heat around the whole thing is way too hot to touch after awhile.

Anyway Crysis3 whether or not you like the game it's pretty impressive looking. 2560x1600 all visuals/msaa maxed, around 50 fps avg. Titans are beasts.

Try the nvidia bios at techpowerup, I've been running them for a couple weeks and they removed the throttling for me completely, without the extra heat and voltage from the other bios floating around.
 
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I had post bookmarked which someone listed a ton of modded BIOS.

I'm looking for one that keeps my throttling down in benches, somewhere around a 115% power target. Can someone list a few?
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Did you reinstall your drivers after you flashed?

hmmm, no. I didn't I don't think. Do I need to? Also do I select a clean install in the setup or just let it install the drivers again?

I wonder if the new whql drivers are the reason for my worse framerates?
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Try the nvidia bios at techpowerup, I've been running them for a couple weeks and they removed the throttling for me completely, without the extra heat and voltage from the other bios floating around.

Can you post a link?
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post #6129 of 28134
I usually select the clean install. and yeah unless you reinstall the drivers it can be erratic.
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For most benchmarks hexacore means nothing. My 2-Way SLI Titan run of 140 FPS in Valley has yet to be beat and that was with a 3770K. I haven't even tried 2-way benchmark with my 3960X, went right to 3-way.

This guy beats your score in Valley

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=24014941&postcount=784

He also has a 3770k that can do well over 6ghz which he could use.

The Heaven and Valley benches are all about high CPU clock speed not number of cores.
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