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Mine are 77.3% and 76.1%, they are not stable at 1202 either nor 1189 they crash after about 10mns to 1h (stable clock no throttling with modded bios)... I am testing 1176 but it may still be too much.
Some games are heavier than others, Tomb Raider and Bioshock Infinite seem to be great to test stability.
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68.9% ASIC by the way.

That may explain why I can't seem to get anything stable over +100 mhz, regardless of whether or not I run it up to 1.2mV. Oh well, it still brutalizes everything I throw at it. I am not a big fan of high OCs anyways, I like my stuff to last at least 5 years.

My two cards are 69.2% & 72.0% and both overclock to 1200mhz @ 1.2v. ASIC means sfa..
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I now have my Titan under water.. Max temp is 44C, when I was hitting 88C before lol.

Anyone have a good water-cooled bios out there?



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That's a really good score for the stock BIOS! thumb.gif I'm using a modded Naennon BIOS now but still trying different things..
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Mine are 77.3% and 76.1%, they are not stable at 1202 either nor 1189 they crash after about 10mns to 1h (stable clock no throttling with modded bios)... I am testing 1176 but it may still be too much.
Some games are heavier than others, Tomb Raider and Bioshock Infinite seem to be great to test stability.

Definitely this!

I thought I was perfectly stable at 1202 everywhere! 3DMark, Valley, Heaven 3.0/4.0 etc. (even EVGA OC Scanner passed full two hours) Tomb Raider would crash to desktop or cause machine to hang requiring a reset usually within 5-15 minutes. Peak GPU temps of 31°C. Dropped down to 1189 now solid. Your ASICs are slightly better than mine too but I believe at this point we're splitting hairs.

It's amazing that 1202 isn't solid yet 1189 appears to be.

I have memory at 3333 (in BIOS) and just completed a Valley run at 3700!

Time to hit Lara again!

+700 memory is quite impressive. I'm using EK copper/acetal blocks with the aluminum backplates btw. I do believe the backplates reduce VRAM temps considerably over having them exposed however the VRAM on the component side getting cooled by the waterblock really see benefits.
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I had my memory up to 650 in valley without problems, crashed at 700.

Then got into RIFT for a bit, and wound up just backing it off to 300, and I think that is where I am going to stay at.
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I had my memory up to 650 in valley without problems, crashed at 700.

Then got into RIFT for a bit, and wound up just backing it off to 300, and I think that is where I am going to stay at.

Yup, I can't do +700 mem in games, usually just leave it at +400 for every day OC.
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Hey everyone! Today was my lucky day. I found a $450 gift card to Fry's that I have been missing for almost a year (nearly expired eek.gif ), and happened to notice they had a Titan in stock. I went down and got the only one they had, its an Asus model. Submitted my validation already, here is a crummy picture of it. Real low ASIC quality, only 65.6% but I don't mind much, not going for monster overclocks.

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Hey everyone! Today was my lucky day. I found a $450 gift card to Fry's that I have been missing for almost a year (nearly expired eek.gif ), and happened to notice they had a Titan in stock. I went down and got the only one they had, its an Asus model. Submitted my validation already, here is a crummy picture of it. Real low ASIC quality, only 65.6% but I don't mind much, not going for monster overclocks.

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Nice man! Congrats on the new card! My EVGA SC Titan has been as my place since Thursday but I haven't even had a chance to see it yet as I'm out of town at the moment. Can't wait to get home on Tuesday and open her up thumb.gif
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Is the EVGA OC scanner tool even valid for testing these cards?
I remember it did find tons of artifacts on my GTX 590s when they went south.

Do you start to see artifacts on too high of a memory OC as you go higher or does it just crash suddenly?


With prior GPUs artifacts would be present on too high of a memory oc. Usually too high of a GPU oc causes a freeze and now most drivers have recovery built in and is supported in Win7, for example.
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