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Been having some issues with mine. I get driver crashes in games even on stock clocks. It will happen so randomly, it even did it in world of Warcraft at 30-40% gpu usage. Temps are find and my psu was good enough for 680 sli OC so I doubt that's the problem. I've tried re-installing drivers "the newest" twice. Don't wanna format. frown.gif

Oddly it won't do it in benchmarks.
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Been having some issues with mine. I get driver crashes in games even on stock clocks. It will happen so randomly, it even did it in world of Warcraft at 30-40% gpu usage. Temps are find and my psu was good enough for 680 sli OC so I doubt that's the problem. I've tried re-installing drivers "the newest" twice. Don't wanna format. frown.gif

Oddly it won't do it in benchmarks.

try to clear bios!
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try to clear bios!

My computer bios or the Titan bios? I don't see how clearing my computer bios would change anything :s
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Hi guys, my first post here (still, I red a lot untill now..)
Hope will join the club soon...
Before that, let me point you a very interesting article about GTX Titan overclocking (you need a translator from romanian to read this, except from the graphs and pics of course), voltmoding, cooling and a surprising fact about watercooling in general, but enough talk from my part:
http://lab501.ro/placi-video/geforce-gtx-titan-studiu-de-overclocking-ek-fc-titan-waterblock

Regards
Edited by rage fuury - 4/15/13 at 9:02am
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Stock 3DMARK11

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6404479

 

OCed with +125 core and +250 to memory

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6404438

 

100% stable.

 

I am so happy with this card.

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Been having some issues with mine. I get driver crashes in games even on stock clocks. It will happen so randomly, it even did it in world of Warcraft at 30-40% gpu usage. Temps are find and my psu was good enough for 680 sli OC so I doubt that's the problem. I've tried re-installing drivers "the newest" twice. Don't wanna format. frown.gif

Oddly it won't do it in benchmarks.

Ok so I changed the bios to the custom one floating around that has a voltage of 1212 @ 1215MHz



Idles around 58°c
full load for 5 passes of Valley 85°c

Clocks don't throttle at all and I've had no black screen issues.

Anything think a core voltage of 1212 is too high for 24/7 use?


http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6404628

13213, 800 points off stock SLI 670s, happy with that.
Edited by Zawarudo - 4/15/13 at 8:26am
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Ok so I changed the bios to the custom one floating around that has a voltage of 1212 @ 1215MHz



Idles around 58°c
full load for 5 passes of Valley 85°c

Clocks don't throttle at all and I've had no black screen issues.

Anything think a core voltage of 1212 is too high for 24/7 use?

i do...

have you tried RR09SS.rom ? its adaptive like the stock. doesnt boost as high as 1212/1215, for me it goes to 1.2v/1183, but it downclocks nicely,
Edited by dealio - 4/15/13 at 8:28am
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Hey guys so is Titan a good buy, price aside? Are there any known issue that would deter new buyers? Throttling issues are fixed via bios flash for most cards from what I understand. What would be an "average" OC for these? Around the 1100Mhz mark? I'm pretty interested, I just tend to question most reference PCB's since Fermi introduced OCP

I want to expand my loop to a GPU but not for this 680, it runs too cool as is...
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Idles around 58°c
full load for 5 passes of Valley 85°c

Clocks don't throttle at all and I've had no black screen issues.

Anything think a core voltage of 1212 is too high for 24/7 use?


http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6404628

13213, 800 points off stock SLI 670s, happy with that.

While depends heavily on ambient temp, 58C idle seems very very high. Mine idles at 35C with 30% fan.
5 passes of Valley 85C on what fan speed?

Your CPU appears to be holding you back more than anything else.
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Can somebody please link me to RR09SS.rom BIOS? Is there any better BIOS that prevents throttling at full load while retaining 2D and IDLE clocks and voltages?
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