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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

Thanks, I'm getting around to trying some overclocking right now. I'm sure it won't be long until I flash the BIOS as I flashed my 660's about 50 times already haha.
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So it took longer to get this new build up and running than I anticipated (the supposedly infallible AX-1200 up and died on me), but I finally got everything installed and OC'd. First, a shot of my two new beauties.
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Turned out that MSI was the most plentiful card out here in Japan... and by plentiful I mean that it took 3 weeks of f5'ing and well over the MSRP to secure them tongue.gif

How much did that set you back for both those cards? man all you guys with disposable income I'm jealous

If I convert to dollars I paid about $1250 for the first and $1500 for the second tongue.gif

Computer parts usually get marked up a bit out here because the hobby is less popular, but Titan has been reeeally hard to find which has led to gouging. Right now, some places have them listed for about $2200 eek.gif
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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..

I wonder if ASIC has as more to do with power drawn for a given overclock and not necessarily with overclocking potential. For example, a low ASIC might draw 275W at 1150MHz and a higher ASIC may draw 250W (and run cooler) -- however, for other more complex reasons the lower actually ends up clocking to 1202MHz where the higher gets stuck at 1189MHz. Dunno... but, I my inclination is that ASIC does mean something.
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Crysis 3 with SMAA X4: 1150 core/6400 memory (Single Player, Maxed out, Motion Blur Med.)

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I wonder if ASIC has as more to do with power drawn for a given overclock and not necessarily with overclocking potential. For example, a low ASIC might draw 275W at 1150MHz and a higher ASIC may draw 250W (and run cooler) -- however, for other more complex reasons the lower actually ends up clocking to 1202MHz where the higher gets stuck at 1189MHz. Dunno... but, I my inclination is that ASIC does mean something.

ASIC does have to do with power draw, it basically tells you how "leaky" a chip is. The lower the ASIC, the more current it will draw. Generally you can separate the quality by looking at very high ones as great air overclockers, between 60 and 75% they will do well on water, under 60% is sub-zero territory. It also is factored into the firmware on Kepler cards as part of the boost algorithm IIRC. That being said, it doesn't mean a lower ASIC card can't beat a higher one for max overclock, so there is no particular need to get hung up on it.

Also, I tried overclocking a bit. I got to 1110mhz core, haven't touched the memory yet. I think my CPU is holding me back tongue.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6350600
Edited by Scorpion49 - 4/6/13 at 7:30pm
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Just checked the ASIC scores on the two Titans I received a few days ago and its seems I got good ones check these.


cant wait to put these under water:D
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Dunno... but, I my inclination is that ASIC does mean something.

When I say it means nothing I mean it's nothing to get upset or worked up about.
Like that guy a few post back a bit sad because of an 65% ASIC. It doesn't mean his card will be a bad overclocker.
Edited by emett - 4/6/13 at 8:46pm
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So what's the highest ASIC score posted here? I've seen some in the low 80s. Has there been any in the mid-high 80s or even breaking in to the 90s?

Mine's decent and so far is proving to be a great overclocker. I dont think I've pushed it nearly as far as it's capable. Ive gotten 1215mhz stable in games and benchmarks and will do more testing when I get my system under water.
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High asic Titans? Wouldn't that be sold as Tesla K20X? wink.gif
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High asic Titans? Wouldn't that be sold as Tesla K20X? wink.gif

....makes me wonder what is a common ASIC score for Teslas.
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High asic Titans? Wouldn't that be sold as Tesla K20X? wink.gif

Oh we got a clever one here. tongue.gif

And also yes. I saw an 84%. I wonder if it was right on the line of being binned for K20X

ETA; Guys dont forget, we're also not sure what exactly a high binning is. The 590 had cherrypicked dies for power consumption reasons but my 590's ASIC was about 73.0% and 72.8%. If that's what NV considers cherrypicked, most of the titans in this club would be cherrypicked.
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