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Many people running their GTX Titans with EVGA GTX 680 High Airflow Brackets?
    
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Many people running their GTX Titans with EVGA GTX 680 High Airflow Brackets?

Hows so ?
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Many people running their GTX Titans with EVGA GTX 680 High Airflow Brackets?

I do. The bracket fits perfectly.
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Hows so ?

The brackets are the exact same for both the 680 and titan so you can just replace it with the 680 HF bracket.
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Bit concerned about my card throttling, if that is what is going on.

Running 3D Mark 11, it seems it is jumping pretty badly between stock and boost clocks.

Without marking times on the dot on 3D Mark, its hard to tell whether its just changing scenes or something when the dips happen.

I did a mild overclock of +100 GPU offset and it goes 1097, 1084, 1071 and stock now and then.

Set Power to 106% , target temp 90C

During the test , the hottest it reached was 79C.

I really hate this new boost crap. Seems to add a strange complication, considering we already have power steppings, why are they insisting with this boost stuff? Marketing maybe?
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Bit concerned about my card throttling, if that is what is going on.

Running 3D Mark 11, it seems it is jumping pretty badly between stock and boost clocks.

Without marking times on the dot on 3D Mark, its hard to tell whether its just changing scenes or something when the dips happen.

I did a mild overclock of +100 GPU offset and it goes 1097, 1084, 1071 and stock now and then.

Set Power to 106% , target temp 90C

During the test , the hottest it reached was 79C.

I really hate this new boost crap. Seems to add a strange complication, considering we already have power steppings, why are they insisting with this boost stuff? Marketing maybe?
Some cards will throttle when it hits close to 80.
Bios flashing your card may help with this issue
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Hows so ?

Waiting for mine and the backplates to arrive, so yes I guess.
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Some cards will throttle when it hits close to 80.
Bios flashing your card may help with this issue

I thought the idea of increasing the max temp in Precision was to get around this limitation and a big part of having a Titan was this feature?
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Basic electrical theory states that if there is nothing connected to said outlet, then zero power can be consumed.

That being said, you may or may not be sucking up a few mA or something absurdly tiny by having the fan controller attempting to do it's job.

1) Of course there is no power consumed, this about allocation which would mean it would be "set aside" if you will regardless if there is any load on the header or not. So if the BIOS is set to 0/0 then all available power can be used for the card. Not sure if this is really how it works but I did it and nothing has blown up! It would be very important to remember that if using a bios with the fan set to zip to flash back if going back to air! Of course I could not see anyone doing that except perhaps in the case of RMA in which they need to flash factory BIOS anyway. wink.gif

2) It has been mentioned previously that if the fan is manually set to a higher value that the card could reach its power limit prematurely.

The fan's draw is feeble in comparison to other parts, that's obvious.

Since the fan is not used when a waterblock is in use, this goes under the "why not?" category. Does not seem to hurt.

I have two titans, one a standard and the other a SC. Their ASIC is 72.9/74.8 respectively. Non SLI OC were higher, over 1200. On air the 80C limit was hit and they would throttle back to baseclock fast. Making the baseclock 1100 meant they would throttle to 1.1GHz but the temp would go over 90 degrees and there appeared to be another type of throttling going on.

Overriding the 85% limit to 100% in BIOS and setting the fans to 100% full time (annoying loud!) I was able to keep temps in the lower 60 range. Keep in mind the environment here is cool, around 17C! I figured this is where I would be benchmark wise on water.

That was not the case! On water I idle around 18C and load is 26C. I'm able to run with boost at 1202, Memory at 3500 on both cards in SLI. Silent, no throttle, fan locked at zip! Life is good!
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I thought the idea of increasing the max temp in Precision was to get around this limitation and a big part of having a Titan was this feature?
Nvidia implemented this and there is no fix.
This is why you see alot of people bios flashing to by pass this issue.
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