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Guys, is a 115% power target (300W) safe for the Titans? Been running this for a week or so but I'm not sure if that value is within safety margins rolleyes.gif
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Iv been researching 30inch lcds , dell ultrasharp U3011 or the HP ZR30 30in....peaple are saying conflicting things about them... Which one is the better monitor? i think im going to get one in a few months after i let my bank account recover from spending on a Titan... tonguesmiley.giftonguesmiley.gif
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Iv been researching 30inch lcds , dell ultrasharp U3011 or the HP ZR30 30in....peaple are saying conflicting things about them... Which one is the better monitor? i think im going to get one in a few months after i let my bank account recover from spending on a Titan... tonguesmiley.giftonguesmiley.gif
Wait for the dell u3014 it will have led backlight.
Those other 2 have CCFL backlight which not only uses more power than led it also gives a less clear image and has a higher chance of breaking.
post #6214 of 28134
So I was getting some finicky performance in planetside 2 last night. The game seems to run fine at first but after a while my fps wouldn't go above 30-40ish and I was getting these results in MSI afterburner:

What you are seeing near the end of the graph is me closing out of the game, setting the power target to 106% then reopening the game.

I'm not sure to attribute this to planetside2's crappy coding or if the issue sits on Titan's side. But just looking at the graph makes me think something is up with the card and I am experiencing some of this throttleing. Going to mess around in another performance demanding game later on today. Any ideas in the mean time?
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So I was getting some finicky performance in planetside 2 last night. The game seems to run fine at first but after a while my fps wouldn't go above 30-40ish and I was getting these results in MSI afterburner:

What you are seeing near the end of the graph is me closing out of the game, setting the power target to 106% then reopening the game.

I'm not sure to attribute this to planetside2's crappy coding or if the issue sits on Titan's side. But just looking at the graph makes me think something is up with the card and I am experiencing some of this throttleing. Going to mess around in another performance demanding game later on today. Any ideas in the mean time?

9000% this. My 590 OC'ed to 850MHz would dip to 13-14fps at night in PS2 or whenever it felt like it really. GPU usage would drop to 20-47% and stay there. My titans do the same. PS2 is incredibly cpu-bound as well.
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post #6216 of 28134
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Iv been researching 30inch lcds , dell ultrasharp U3011 or the HP ZR30 30in....peaple are saying conflicting things about them... Which one is the better monitor? i think im going to get one in a few months after i let my bank account recover from spending on a Titan... tonguesmiley.giftonguesmiley.gif

I don't know which is better but I have been using a Dell 3008wfp for several years I would never go back to smaller display for daily use. It does get warm and uses a lot of power but display is fantastic
post #6217 of 28134
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Nvidia ref bios which actually is Naennon's bios with minor modifications.
But I should refrain from saying that it is even though they match 100% if you adjust the voltage and the boost and the power limit...

you are still wrong
my bios is not in any way a nvidia ref bios
it was taken from nvidia ref bios and took some MAJOR changes
post #6218 of 28134
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you are still wrong
my bios is not in any way a nvidia ref bios
it was taken from nvidia ref bios and took some MAJOR changes
Your statement contradicts itself...
You say it not in any way a nvidia ref bios then you say you took the nvidia ref bios
I've posted the steps, haven't I, to make yours and nvidia ref the same well it are about 5 of them
Also we've had report of ppl no longer throttling with an unmodified Nvidia bios rolleyes.gif
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My AX1200 has been flawless. As was my AX850. And my HX750 (love my Corsair PSU's even if they are just rebrands)...

Yep, flextronics hit it out the park with the AX1200
post #6220 of 28134
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Your statement contradicts itself...
You say it not in any way a nvidia ref bios then you say you took the nvidia ref bios
I've posted the steps, haven't I, to make yours and nvidia ref the same well it are about 5 of them
Also we've had report of ppl no longer throttling with an unmodified Nvidia bios rolleyes.gif

ok just for you:

pcie spec is:
75w from slot
75w from 6 pin
150w from 8 pin
must be 300watts if i'm right

boost 2.0 and its throttle features start here
lets say nvidia has setup these values inside the bios and boost 2.0 starts to throttle each line per 10%
means 7,5w, 7,5w and 15w all together 30 watts

here is where my bios starts working
my bios has around
150w pcie
150w 6pin
300w 8pin
must be 600watts if i'm right

boost 2.0 and its throttle features start here
lets say we have setup alternate values inside the bios and boost 2.0 starts to throttle each line per 10%
means 7,5w, 7,5w and 15w all together 30 watts but it ist still OVER 75,75,150

you can test it by youself using an ammeter (my bios takes 35watts more)

nvidia ref bios will ALWAYS keep power below 265 watts
no matter what you enter @ 100% or 105% or 4000% - even if you enter 700watts and 200% powerlimit
the card will not exceed 265watts - NEVER - it is a hardlimit

my bios bypasses this 265w wall - but it will always keep power below 299 watts of course - you know why - you cannot pull more power than your hardware can deliver

that is a M AJOR change to that bios and not doable with simple KBT editing
so stop calling my bios a minor change from ref bios blabla
i told you that before - this bios cannot throttle power related but it will do - engine and workload related (try furmark or tessmark)
and every stock bios modified to whatever you want powerlimit WILL throttle

and to all of you using this bios: it will use maximum power of 300 watts - keep that in mind while overclocking
Edited by Naennon - 3/31/13 at 9:47am
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