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Becuase I'm not upgrading my CPU and Mobo until IB-E. This 3770K has been de-lidded, and it runs <50C @ 4.8ghz with Offest +0.085v with 20C water. It will also do 5.0ghz @ 1.46v, and 5.1ghz @ 1.52v for benching, all while staying under 50C if I turn the water down. It is a good chip.

Now If I'm not mistaken, I came here to see about being able to give the Titans moar voltage..... besides hardmod.

Also, the single monitor is 2560x1600, 2x the pixels of 1080p, and 2./3 the pixels of 3x 1080p..... It's not an easy monitor to drive.

I have the same resolution using two Titans. Are you seeing any benefit with the third card?
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Looks like my final ultimate stable overclock is 1176mhz at 1.212v. Valley and Heaven are just awful for whatever reason (worked really will my GTX 680) and allow me to go as high as 1215/7400mhz without crash. Metro 2033 was also bench loop stable at 1202/7000mhz. But running the Crysis benchmark tool (assault demo) would crash at 1202mhz, as would BL2 with PhysX enabled, and with no memory overclock either. I didn't try out 1189mhz yet, but 1176mhz seems to have fixed all crashing I've been experiencing. My card has 74.2% ASIC for reference.

Just letting everyone know that Valley and Heaven which are common tools for stability testing don't seem to be providing accurate results with Titan.
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post #6433 of 28136
Whatever. Valley crashes my Titans at anything more than 1163MHz using Naennon's BIOS... mad.gif
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Whatever. Valley crashes my Titans at anything more than 1163MHz using Naennon's BIOS... mad.gif

Trade you my single 1215 Valley stable for your 1163 crashing SLI? biggrin.gif

(but on a serious note, doesn't SLI almost always clock lower than the cards would otherwise individually?)
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post #6435 of 28136
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I have the same resolution using two Titans. Are you seeing any benefit with the third card?

Only in 3DMark scores and Crysis 3.......
post #6436 of 28136
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Trade you my single 1215 Valley stable for your 1163 crashing SLI? biggrin.gif

(but on a serious note, doesn't SLI almost always clock lower than the cards would otherwise individually?)

I get stable at 1175MHz using the same bios, so it is probably an SLi thing!!
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post #6437 of 28136
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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...

Nevermind.
Edited by m3t4lh34d - 4/4/13 at 10:54am
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post #6438 of 28136
YEHEY. can't wait to get home <3

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would two titans be ok with an i5 3570k @ 5ghz? or should I wait for haswell
post #6439 of 28136
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Whatever. Valley crashes my Titans at anything more than 1163MHz using Naennon's BIOS... mad.gif

check your pn and edit it
post #6440 of 28136
Hi all

Is there a way to completely turn off boost clock? I keep crashing in Skyrim and I'm not doing any overclocking to my CPU or Titan's. I have solved my PSU power crashing, but now I experience driver crashes. I am using RR09SS.rom bios and 314.22 nvidia drivers.

thank you
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