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I can tell you guys that ASIC has some effect in OC potential. My RMA'ed Titan (eVGA SC) had an ASIC of 75.1% and it could only hit 1189 at 1.212V with barely any memory OC to be stable (and I mean just barely) and I can hit Heaven 4.0 @ 1650 Points (2700K @ 4.5 GHZ and 16 GB DDR3 SDRAM). My new replacement Titan had a 73.3% ASIC (eVGA SC) and I can only hit stable 1163 at 1.187V but with a memory OC (so far) at 3402 Double MHz and I score at Heaven 4.0 @ 1630 Points. So yes that in most cases for eVGA cards that 2% difference in ASIC on stock air cooling can change the stability 1-2 bins for the core. However, the one bin difference can be made up funneling all that TDP to the memory to make the gap shrunk to <1 bin difference.

I RMA'ed my first Titan to bad coil whine and the new one has dramatically less coil whine and subsequently much better consistent and lower load temperatures so despite failing to hit the old bin OC, it is cooler and way more stable with a huge memory offset. I have a feeling if I gone watercooling, I can hit 1202 due to much better VRM temperature regulation.

However the ASIC difference of 2% for me so far is as worse or at best 2 bins tops. You should be looking for stock air cooling to be looking at a card 72%+ ASIC and for the best core results, 76%+. However everyone's MMV (as that isn't always the case).

PS: I did use RR89SS.rom for both cards for this test (and the RR89SS.rom didn't improve what I did know about my RMA's Titan OC already).


Yep pretty much what I figured and I hate how EVGA creates 10 different product lines through binning just to squeeze the max dollar value from customers. I think i'll give Asus a try tomorrow and hope it fares better.
    
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Bit the bullet. Bought an MSI GTX Titan. Hopefully it's a better chip than my Gainward 4GB GTX 680s were...
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With Stock BIOS that is pretty damn good man. The fact that you do not drop below 1149mhz and stays steady means that it is throttling. You will have to run some more test like Unigine Heaven/Valley to be sure and try a few other games. But if you are playing C3 and it stays pretty much solid 1149mhz, then that is a good thing.
As far as the voltage issue, that is luck of the draw on the card. I have 2 cards, one hit's the stock bios max of 1.200v while the other hits 1.187v like yours. It is not a defect or anything and there is no gurantee from the vendors what the max voltage it can hit...so it is what it is. Now if you go with modified BIOS this can and does change, but that is up to you if you want to do that.

I personally have 2 cards that do not throttle, one card hits 1172mhz at 1.200v, the other hits 1150mhz at 1.187v. In SLI one card drops to 1163mhz and the other 1137mhz at the 1.200v/1.187v respectively for each card. So I am pretty happy with that type of jump from stock.
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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!
Edited by vhsownsbeta - Yesterday at 12:50 pm

you guys are awesome, both of you thumb.gif you really made things clear for me, i know im being so paranoid, but you know how it feels when you buy a 1000$ card just to then discover that u have been so unlucky and you got a garbage chip that doesn't overclock well, specially when im willing to keep this card until nvidia comes up with a faster single gpu which i think will be a very long time, not before the next process shrink (maxwell), im a single gpu guy, i hate sli and i will never believe in it.

anyhow, what i learned is that i have to do some more heavy load testing to insure that my card stays at 1149mhz mark and does not throttle to less than that, and if indeed it stays at 1149mhz after heavy testing that means that i have a good chip provided that im on stock bios, right? but how much testing is enough? valley? 3dmark 11?

one more thing, is the max voltage a titan can go to related by any means to asic? i mean my card goes only to 1.187 and my asic is 72% is it not that lower asic card are supposed to go on higher voltage? you know it leaks more power so it needs more voltage to stabilize, at least thats the case with cpu's, is there anyway to force it to higher voltage without flashing the bios?

also i have one more stupid question thinking.gif i tried to overclock the memory by maximizing the max mem clock bar like i did with the core, i know its the most stupid thing to do but i thought that the mem too has same kind of fail safe system that it will throttle itself to prevent damage like the core do, but looks like it doesn't eh-smiley.gif stupid me . . . what happend is the that my moniter started to show all kinds of crazy colors so i rushed to gpu tweak and lowered the mem clock back to its default setting hypocritesmiley.png now im afraid i damaged my mem, its not that its doing anything wrong, all games are running like a charm, but again . . . u know its a 1000$ card rolleyes.gif is there any chance i could have done any damage to my memory or the card itself? any way or tool to check or test them? if indeed they are okay can you recommend me of the best & safest way to overclock the memory, how to stress test them for stability? and what clocks can i expect?

one final word: thanks to all of you guys at overclock.net you are the best, im really impressed and happy im here to the extent im regretful i haven't been here a long time ago, the best community, the best forum, the best members, and the owners of the best gpu in the world, long live overclock.net and long live the gtx titan and its owners thumbsupsmiley.png
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Bit the bullet. Bought an MSI GTX Titan. Hopefully it's a better chip than my Gainward 4GB GTX 680s were...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ASUS-GeForce-GTX-TITAN-6GB-384-bit-GDDR5-PCI-Exp-3-0-SLI-GTXTITAN-6GD5-/350759875717?pt=PCC_Video_TV_Cards&hash=item51aaeaf485

check this out, its asus thumb.gif
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Okay, and how hot do they get? My 590 got to a whopping 35C at 1V and 850MHz.

Since i dont have a 590 comparing that to a 480 is irrelevant.

But what is relevant is if you search for "GTX 480 watercooling temps" you will find others (including OCN memebers) posting their results that are on par with mine. The big difference is mine cost around $150 to cool a pair of 480's.

Mine: http://cdn.overclock.net/6/69/69695b06_Jan20Bench.jpeg

Others:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1241174/gtx-480-overclocked-water-cooled-temps-question/0_20
http://www.overclock.net/t/730953/gtx-480-water-cooled-temps/0_20
http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1238578&mpage=1


And the best for last is my temps beat a Danger Den setup by 10C!
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_480_liquid_cooling_danger_den_review,8.html
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Titan's are going to rock when new console ports come...... New consoles will have 8GB of Ram. Watch what happens to 2 & 3GB cards.......
 
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The water cooling price isn't what bothers me, it's the complicated design and chance of failure.
It is not complicated. All you have to do is look up info and understand how it works. I used Google to research my info for my 1st w/c. I had no issues at all. Been water cooling since 2009. Built 6 custom loops so far no issues what so ever. I even have a guide that I made and I keep it up to date the best I can.
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So how can you say it complicated when the info is out there?
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So how can you say it complicated when the info is out there?

because complicated has more than 1 definition
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adj.
1. Containing intricately combined or involved parts.
2. Not easy to understand or analyze.

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I can tell you guys that ASIC has some effect in OC potential. My RMA'ed Titan (eVGA SC) had an ASIC of 75.1% and it could only hit 1189 at 1.212V with barely any memory OC to be stable (and I mean just barely) and I can hit Heaven 4.0 @ 1650 Points (2700K @ 4.5 GHZ and 16 GB DDR3 SDRAM). My new replacement Titan had a 73.3% ASIC (eVGA SC) and I can only hit stable 1163 at 1.187V but with a memory OC (so far) at 3402 Double MHz and I score at Heaven 4.0 @ 1630 Points. So yes that in most cases for eVGA cards that 2% difference in ASIC on stock air cooling can change the stability 1-2 bins for the core. However, the one bin difference can be made up funneling all that TDP to the memory to make the gap shrunk to <1 bin difference.

Is there a connection between ASIC quality, GPU current draw, power leakage, and memory overclock capability? I always thought it was completely separate. But maybe the higher current draw and power leakage of the GPUs are somehow benefiting the memory on lower ASIC cards?
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So is there a consensus yet for the best overclocking/benching bios for watercooled cards yet?

My unmodded cards are idling at about 24C and top out around 34C at 1.21V

I've tried a few of the modded bios's in this thread, but have not used one yet that jumps out as the "best"
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