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Alright, with the TIM re-done a second time and spread properly, I dropped about 3-4*C with the same fan profile on Valley.
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Alright, with the TIM re-done a second time and spread properly, I dropped about 3-4*C with the same fan profile on Valley.

Did you take a pic of tim done properly?
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Did you take a pic of tim done properly?

No I didn't, didn't even cross my mind. I just used a strip cut from an old credit card, worked fine. This TIM has a burn in period too so maybe it will drop a little more.
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In the settings for GTA IV, the resource usage (which is the amount of vram) is only out of 1952mb while using the TITAN.

Is this just a glitch?

Thanks!
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Welp, my Titan is not doing so well. Still consistently seeing 97-98% usage and it won't even do the +150 it was able to do before without artifacts. This all came about after I pressed the k-boost in precision by accident and the display just shut off instantly, been having issues ever since.
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Yes it was done by hand (hex), all his bios releases are. Here's my latest 3dmark 11 run using the vbios: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6395487

Care to elaborate on the bytes that were modified? I've found quite a few that seem to deal with voltage values, but I don'd know my way around it that well.
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Welp, my Titan is not doing so well. Still consistently seeing 97-98% usage and it won't even do the +150 it was able to do before without artifacts. This all came about after I pressed the k-boost in precision by accident and the display just shut off instantly, been having issues ever since.

A "bad" application of TIM could cause artifacts. Since the GPU is bare die, if you have just a tiny bit of it not making contact with the heatsink, it could be heating up to a temperature much hotter than the rest of the die, and cause artifacts (even without heavy load sometimes). I had this happen to a GTX 670 and it went away completely after I re-did the TIM.
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A "bad" application of TIM could cause artifacts. Since the GPU is bare die, if you have just a tiny bit of it not making contact with the heatsink, it could be heating up to a temperature much hotter than the rest of the die, and cause artifacts (even without heavy load sometimes). I had this happen to a GTX 670 and it went away completely after I re-did the TIM.

Maybe, except it was running fine. I just got done running a pass of 3Dmark11 at +200 with no problems and I went to up the voltage to increase my clocks a little more. I hit k-boost instead of overvoltage and it instantly shut off the screen and started having issues, maybe I broke the driver?
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Very interesting, that eclipses what we've seen on any other card even heavily overclocked. I might try some testing myself when I get my Z77 board in later today.

Here are the exact results, 2560x1440, max details (preset 2 iirc?), no oc on cpu or gpu at that point.

PCI-E 2.0 (default)
Code:
Per Scene Stats:
Scene Duration (seconds), Average FPS, Min FPS, Max FPS, Scene Name
32.45, 64.33, 16.13, 269.46, Welcome Center
7.11, 62.59, 8.04, 73.04, Scene Change: Disregard Performance In This Section
21.88, 60.22, 7.79, 73.77, Town Center
8.14, 57.41, 37.56, 66.72, Raffle
9.10, 83.24, 34.74, 93.23, Monument Island
3.02, 92.33, 86.60, 94.73, Benchmark Finished: Disregard Performance In This Section
81.71, 65.55, 7.79, 269.46, Overall

PCI-E 3.0 (forced by nvidia software, it's on a X79)
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Per Scene Stats:
Scene Duration (seconds), Average FPS, Min FPS, Max FPS, Scene Name
32.48, 65.27, 14.30, 259.35, Welcome Center
7.15, 64.78, 13.36, 80.12, Scene Change: Disregard Performance In This Section
21.91, 62.37, 12.05, 93.47, Town Center
8.14, 62.01, 39.52, 75.57, Raffle
9.11, 88.88, 33.67, 100.80, Monument Island
3.03, 97.88, 91.98, 100.56, Benchmark Finished: Disregard Performance In This Section
81.82, 67.98, 12.05, 259.35, Overall
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I really need some help from some wiseman here. (っ˘̩╭╮˘̩)っ

I could never afford something like a GTX Titan, but my friend JohnC from TechReport forums purchased one for me. I have really enjoyed the card, but have had no end of throttling troubles with it.

On the advice of him and a few others, I've tried flashing a few different ROMs to it, but all I've accomplished is crashing my GPU driver a lot. What am I doing wrong?

Images I've tried:
121gb115.zip (Naennon's original)
evga 1.250v(3).zip (maarten12100's BIOS)
1150_1.162.zip, 1150_1.175.zip, 1150_1.186.zip (Murlocke's cooler/quieter BIOS set)
N1187.zip, N1212.zip (opt33's mod of Naennon's original)

All of these cause my GPU driver to reset after a short amount of time playing a game or running a benchmark. I've found the most reliable things to crash the driver are 3DMark11's "Deep Sea" demo, and Nvidia's "A New Dawn" demo.

Any advice? It's very frustrating! (╥﹏╥)
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