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Ssxxx: as far as TDP is concerned, nvidia have admitted that some titans are under reporting usage

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/533422/geforce-drivers/maunelg-why-does-manual-fan-70-cause-downclocking-with-314-09-and-314-14-/post/3759009/#3759009

Mine doesn't go above 92%.

Your ASIC seems around average for titan and your clocks look good to me!
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Any closed loop water systems for this card, all im seeing is this somewhat ugly look'n hybrid: Anyone combined a water block and a closed loop system ?

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Thats cool. I personally wont do it. I prefer custom and the expandability. If you have more than one titan would you really run two h70s or even three in a case? Let alone you are spending some series cash on a card. Why cheapen it?(this is just my opinion)

100% agree. I didn't spend $2k on Titans to put some rigged H60's on them...
post #6625 of 28134
I found all the voltage control bytes for my titan in the hex code. Anyone willing to test a little max voltage bump and see if it works? lol
post #6626 of 28134
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Like this? photo.JPG 802k .JPG file

No, like this: +

My system is air cooled however there isnt enough room or physical support to fit a good air cooled solution(on par with water) like there is with the cpu. I dont really see the point in setting up a whole water system for 1 vid card, when its cheaper, and seems to be less hassle to modify an all in one cpu water cooler. The problem is they only cover the gpu and none of the memory. So im guessing its either hybrid or just use the cpu cooler for its pump and radiator and connect it to a waterblock. I'm on a z77 board and am never even going to consider adding another card due to pci bandwidth limitations. A $1,000 card running at 8x just seems like a waste when if you know ur going to go that route u could use x79 and have 16x all day.
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No, like this: +

My system is air cooled however there isnt enough room or physical support to fit a good air cooled solution(on par with water) like there is with the cpu. I dont really see the point in setting up a whole water system for 1 vid card, when its cheaper, and seems to be less hassle to modify an all in one cpu water cooler. The problem is they only cover the gpu and none of the memory. So im guessing its either hybrid or just use the cpu cooler for its pump and radiator and connect it to a waterblock. I'm on a z77 board and am never even going to consider adding another card due to pci bandwidth limitations. A $1,000 card running at 8x just seems like a waste when if you know ur going to go that route u could use x79 and have 16x all day.

First off, NO air cooled solution is on par with water. Only the cheap 'closed loop solutions' like you are describing. Real water way outperforms the most expensive elaborate air cooler known to mankind. Now if I understand you correctly, you bought a $1,000+ GPU, and would rather do a hack job by fitting a CPU water cooler to it, instead of getting a dedicated GPU block for it, and water cooling your whole system for the additional cost of a CPU waterblock? You don't seem like the Titan needing type. Also, 16x vs 8x doesn't mean a whole hell of a lot. In theory, sure, but even Titans do not need a PCI-E 3.0 16x slot to run to their fullest. I have 3 running in 8x, 8x, 8x on a Z77 board. If that possible 1fps makes that much of a difference, then go for it.

If you spend $1,000 on one graphics card, you are not allowed to use the phrase 'cheaper' when describing a cooling solution for it. Go spend $500 and water cool your whole system.
post #6628 of 28134
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First off, NO air cooled solution is on par with water. Only the cheap 'closed loop solutions' like you are describing. Real water way outperforms the most expensive elaborate air cooler known to mankind. Now if I understand you correctly, you bought a $1,000+ GPU, and would rather do a hack job by fitting a CPU water cooler to it, instead of getting a dedicated GPU block for it, and water cooling your whole system for the additional cost of a CPU waterblock? You don't seem like the Titan needing type. Also, 16x vs 8x doesn't mean a whole hell of a lot. In theory, sure, but even Titans do not need a PCI-E 3.0 16x slot to run to their fullest. I have 3 running in 8x, 8x, 8x on a Z77 board. If that possible 1fps makes that much of a difference, then go for it.

If you spend $1,000 on one graphics card, you are not allowed to use the phrase 'cheaper' when describing a cooling solution for it. Go spend $500 and water cool your whole system.
Not everyone just throws money at problems until they go away.

Do you know why the rich are rich? Because they don't waste money.

I for one don't consider a Titan a waste of money, I cannot justify a second one (yet anyways) however. I also can't see throwing another 500 bucks into my already 2500 dollar PC just to have a water cooling setup that keeps it 5 degrees cooler than what might be possible with an all in one unit. If I was worried about differences that small, I would have purchased more than one Titan to begin with.

While I agree about the PCI thing, I don't agree with your assessment that we "are not allowed" to pretend money doesn't grow on trees.
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there is a MASSIVE difference between an AIO and a waterblock. The AIO doesn't cool PCB components absolutely vital (and a noted weak point) to Titan's operation. Notably the VRMs. On water you can push it further only partly because of temps, but mostly because cool vrm components have a much narrower tolerance/fluctuation band.
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First off, NO air cooled solution is on par with water. Only the cheap 'closed loop solutions' like you are describing. Real water way outperforms the most expensive elaborate air cooler known to mankind. Now if I understand you correctly, you bought a $1,000+ GPU, and would rather do a hack job by fitting a CPU water cooler to it, instead of getting a dedicated GPU block for it, and water cooling your whole system for the additional cost of a CPU waterblock? You don't seem like the Titan needing type. Also, 16x vs 8x doesn't mean a whole hell of a lot. In theory, sure, but even Titans do not need a PCI-E 3.0 16x slot to run to their fullest. I have 3 running in 8x, 8x, 8x on a Z77 board. If that possible 1fps makes that much of a difference, then go for it.

If you spend $1,000 on one graphics card, you are not allowed to use the phrase 'cheaper' when describing a cooling solution for it. Go spend $500 and water cool your whole system.

Its a matter of physics, water is better at carrying and transferring heat. To have an on par air system simply requires more surface area which equals more material and weight. You can get away with this around the cpu, but the gpu is far to restricted in space to pull it off. Not to mention the weight.

Don't confuse price with quality. Granted they arent as good as a full blown water systems but with a 5 year warranty i dont think its going to fall apart as soon as i put it on. Saw a tear down on youtube of an older hydro series and was impressed with build quality.

I do want to use a waterblock so i dont have to go hybrid. Water cooling my whole system is unnecessary and expensive..kind of like having 3 titans running at 8x on a board with a processor that will NEVER be able to fully utilize them. But i guess you still have some kind of bragging rights...

Calling it a hack job before its even been done is a little premature, i dont even have an example to go off of, still trying to figure out feasability.

So im just gunna have to agree to disagree with practically all of your statements! But yes more than one card and this idea goes right out the window your probably better off going full water at that point. Thats why i gave my reasons for only having 1 card, and not planning on anymore.
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