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Originally Posted by wuannai View Post

This BIOS has given me 1202MHz stable in the stressful Bioshock Infinite. And still testing...

I was with Naennon's before and the max was 1150MHz. No throttle in both of them.

Simply WOW.

Thanks to all of you pro tweakers...enjoying the Titan so much...
Yep. I like Wolferin's BIOS the best. Only if it comes with neutral NVIDIA (10DE) PCI sub-vendor ID. frown.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/6340#post_19665407

This is my second day of through testing with Wolferin's BIOS.

One thing I've found is that, it down-volts when GPU temperature reaches 80C even though I set my temperature target to 94C.
For example, if I set core voltage to 1120mV, it stays at 1.120mV until GPU temp reaches 80C. At 80C, core voltage down-volts one step to 1185.5mV.
If I set core voltage to 1175.5mV, it stays at 1175.5mV until GPU temp reaches 80C. At 80C, core voltage down-volts one step to 1150.0mV etc. This is all with temp target at 94C.

Core clock stays constant though. And so far, I have not encountered stability issues with the said down-volting. (Far Cry 3, Bioshock Infinite, Crysis 1 & 3)

I wonder if there a way to make the core voltage stay at set target until GPU temp reaches temp target...
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Originally Posted by nferguzl View Post

Mine are 120hz 3DVS compatible ones. 60 hz is out of the question. Which displayport to dvi adapter works with these titans?
Unfortunately the active powered ones, and they are expensive. You will need a display port to dual link DVI-D adapter. http://www.amazon.com/Accell-UltraAV-B087B-002B-DisplayPort-Dual-Link/dp/B002ISVI3U

If you are running 3d surround or 5760x1080 @ 120hz I would suggest just get another Titan. You will need the GPU horsepower.
Edited by Swolern - 4/3/13 at 5:57pm
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Long time lurker just registered to say thank you. This is the best Titan BIOS in my experience.

This BIOS made my Titan SLI rock stable at 1202MHz with 1.175V. No throttling whatsoever. The most difficult oc stability test is Far Cry 3. (3DMark11, Heaven/Valley are all too easy and they don't expose oc instability as well as Far Cry3 (and Crysis 1) does).

Now, can you (or anyone) tell me how to modify this very BIOS so that PCI subvendor ID is NVIDIA, not EVGA ?
I cannot edit subvendor ID in Kepler BIOS Tweaker. frown.gif

This Wolferin's BIOS with the following two updates will make this BIOS perfect for Titan.
1. 10DE - neutral NVIDIA vendor (PCI subvendor ID)
2. max. 100% fan speed

Thank you, again Wolferin for the BIOS.
Hmm... nobody in this thread knows how to edit/change PCI sub-vendor ID from EVGA (3842) to NVIDIA (10DE) ??
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Originally Posted by The-Real-Link View Post

Wow, went a couple hundred pages in before being overwhelmed with this thread haha. Should be picking up a Titan soon so it appears to be a concensus of the following:

1. Most people are finding the cards worth it even if you have a throttling issue.
2. Some of the latest posts (pg 639 / 640) seem to show that there are modded BIOSes out there that reduce or remove the throttling entirely. They'd invalidate your warranty though, I'm sure.

I think if you re-flash the stock bios before sending in for warranty service the warranty will still be valid. At least with EVGA.
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Yep. I like Wolferin's BIOS the best. Only if it comes with neutral NVIDIA (10DE) PCI sub-vendor ID. frown.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/6340#post_19665407

This is my second day of through testing with Wolferin's BIOS.

One thing I've found is that, it down-volts when GPU temperature reaches 80C even though I set my temperature target to 94C.
For example, if I set core voltage to 1120mV, it stays at 1.120mV until GPU temp reaches 80C. At 80C, core voltage down-volts one step to 1185.5mV.
If I set core voltage to 1175.5mV, it stays at 1175.5mV until GPU temp reaches 80C. At 80C, core voltage down-volts one step to 1150.0mV etc. This is all with temp target at 94C.

Core clock stays constant though. And so far, I have not encountered stability issues with the said down-volting. (Far Cry 3, Bioshock Infinite, Crysis 1 & 3)

I wonder if there a way to make the core voltage stay at set target until GPU temp reaches temp target...

It won't matter, even Naennons bios downclocks one step once it reaches 80 degrees. This bios IMHO is better cause at least it now lowers the voltage after it downclocks so temps don't climb so high.
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Hmm... nobody in this thread knows how to edit/change PCI sub-vendor ID from EVGA (3842) to NVIDIA (10DE) ??

I've only used the kepler bios tweaker, no option to change the vendor.
There was another bios editor, KGB, but I never used it & don't know if the vendor can be changed in that one.
    
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is it me or the PCI-E 3 patch downgrades DX11.1 to DX11.0 in GPU-Z? Does that matter?

Anyone else see this? Is it a problem?
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It won't matter, even Naennons bios downclocks one step once it reaches 80 degrees. This bios IMHO is better cause at least it now lowers the voltage after it downclocks so temps don't climb so high.
No, Wolferin's BIOS does not down-clock at 80C. If your Titans down-clock at 80C with Wolferin's BIOS, your card(s) is definitely throttling.
From other various BIOSes I've tried, there can be instability issues when down-volts. As far as stability is concerned, down-clocking is better than down-volting, IMO.
Edited by EC51 - 4/3/13 at 6:20pm
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Can someone reup the wolferin bios pls? I am getting damaged or unknow zip error..
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Can someone reup the wolferin bios pls? I am getting damaged or unknow zip error..
If you actually read his post....
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Originally Posted by Wolferin View Post

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.gifRename the file to .rom

RR09SS.zip 229k .zip file [
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