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OCed the Titan to 100 on core... im not into overvolting it too much really... and left memory alone.

Although, how much can i OC the memory on stock volt? It's a dicey proposition, because, there's uncooled mem chips on the BACK side. Why Nvidia just didn't go with double density chips i do not know...

Would have been 6 GB and no unprotected mem chips on back PCB. Is this the first time there's memory on the back side?
     
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Hey guys, I have already sent a PM to Naennon about this but i am looking for a version of the Naennon bios that leaves the voltages like this.



Reason I want this, is because I am tired of throttling, and the nvidia reference bios still throttles for me. I also would like to be able to adjust the voltage instead of being set to 1.212 or 1.187 etc. I cannot set it back in the kepler bios tweaker. When I set it to the lowest slider value it just says keep value. If anyone can help me with this I would greatly appreciate it.


I still havent heard a thing back about this. Is there anyone that can make this happen?
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Not sure how much luck you'll have in previous kepler bios speed was tied to voltage, drop voltage drop speed etc which is the premise of throttling - gets too hot or pulls to much power, drop voltage, speed follows. Mine dont throttle on water now so I never looked into it more with titan bios.
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Wow man, that is an AWSOME card/block eek.gif

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Have your Titans arrived yet? rolleyes.gif
 
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I still havent heard a thing back about this. Is there anyone that can make this happen?

Yeap but not now becouse i'm not in home (will be back in next 2 hours). After that change P0 voltage will be dynamic so there is big chance it will start throttle again (thats why dynamic p0 voltage version wasnt released by Naennon in first place...).


Edit : And hexedited as promised - Naennon bios with default p00/02 lines. 121gb115-p0&2.zip 131k .zip file
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Well, my thoughts are that with the other changes made to the bios, that the voltage may actually not fluctuate as much if at all. So I am wondering if there is anyone that can take the already modded bios and just set the fixed voltage back to being dynamic. If I had the knowledge and tools it would already be done:D

Alot of this stems from playing some games that arent terribly gpu intensive, im talking like 35% gpu usage, and sometimes not even hitting the minumim 836 mhz. Then looking over and temps are hovering around 80... Using the nvidia reference bios same situation, temps are high 40's, but throttles in more intense gaming.

The card doesnt need max voltage all the time. Sure, sometimes i wanna push as far as i can, but other times there is no need, and id like to do that without flashing every time. If voltage can be stable and controlled via precision etc.. then fantastic

If it doesnt work, oh well. At least it was tried. thumb.gif
Edited by RR09SS - 4/2/13 at 4:00am
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I am hitting 1110 MHZ with stock voltage.

 

Thats a good thing right? Should I try to push forward?

 

I really don't want to mess with the voltage.

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I still havent heard a thing back about this. Is there anyone that can make this happen?

Hi, please use the attached bios, i have make it four you. It makes what you want. The Bios is set to 925MHz Base Clock and 980MHz Boost Clock. The Power ist set to 300W all the time, the Max Boost depends on your Card, but i have set it to Max. 1110MHz. You can still use Afterbruner to clock the Card higher. It works like the Naennon Bios and it is based on the EVGA SC Version, and the best it doesn't throttle.wink.gif Trust me, it is no fake! thumb.gif Rename the file to .rom

RR09SS.zip 229k .zip file [
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After seeing Vegas TIM shots im wondering what is a good TIM to apply on my Titans is MX2 or MX4 better then the one Nvidia puts by default.
I have them both i might shave 1-2c if.

Any recommendation ?
Thanks

I use Prolimatech PK3 which is an upgrade to PK1 which is still a leader on many benchmarks.
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