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Ohh snap, Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
,....just finished checking for leaks, nothing special, but, LOVING the temps, ...whats the best block for Titan?

The EK block I have for mine doesn't break 40'C ever.

Some people are in love with this fine looking block:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1366202/tpu-aqua-computer-intros-kryographics-full-coverage-water-block-for-geforce-gtx-titan/30#post_19754915
    
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The EK block I have for mine doesn't break 40'C ever.

Some people are in love with this fine looking block:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1366202/tpu-aqua-computer-intros-kryographics-full-coverage-water-block-for-geforce-gtx-titan/30#post_19754915
Oh, YES!smile.gifsmile.gif
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Originally Posted by Compaddict View Post

Thanks, I can't wait. smile.gif

My throttling issue is coming from temps. This should solve it, and running silent is always nice too. wink.gif

Since throwing blocks on both Titan's I've went back to stock bios. If the game is demanding enough throttling is a none issue for me with temps on lock. I played Far Cry 3 last night pegged @ 1163 for a bit over an hour. Also with my cards I find anything under 1200 is attainable with the stock bios. For benchmarking however the TI bios is my weapon of choice.
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A couple of guys, Baasha and DonPablo83 already maxed out their 6gb vram on the Titans with a 7680x1600 resolution.
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Using insane amounts of AA Solutions and Downsampling, I have had a couple of 32bit games using 5.5 of my 6gb of memory.

Good to see and know. What had me confused was when I loaded up GTAIV last night. In graphic settings it said only 4GB were available instead of 6.
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

I've really got to do something about the nebulous mass of cabling I had to stuff in the basement of my TJ11. My Titans hit 47C after about an hour of Crysis 3 the other day! frown.gif

That and the 900D are the only cases I'd replace my 800D with. Unfortunately for me my set up is situated in a way where the window panel would face the wall with the TJ11
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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post

The EK block I have for mine doesn't break 40'C ever.

Some people are in love with this fine looking block:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1366202/tpu-aqua-computer-intros-kryographics-full-coverage-water-block-for-geforce-gtx-titan/30#post_19754915

It looks like we'll have to give away our 690 blocks to get a sale sad-smiley-002.gif
Edited by wholeeo - 5/10/13 at 7:46am
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Didn't have time to real OC it but when i set the AB at +13mv the voltage remained at 1.137V instead of the expected 1.15V...i guess i had to increase it by 1mv more or something to get to the next voltage step, who knows, i'll check it out the next time i try it.

Quoting myself about the TI bios. Nope, voltage setting doesn't work with AB beta 9. Works fine with Precision but this darn thing doesn't store/save the voltage setting in the profiles. I have downloaded the latest version of Nvidia Inspector, i'll try it today.

Dig this bios a lot, right now i am testing 1176Mhz with 1.187V... wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Compaddict View Post

Thanks, I can't wait. smile.gif

My throttling issue is coming from temps. This should solve it, and running silent is always nice too. wink.gif

Since throwing blocks on both Titan's I've went back to stock bios. If the game is demanding enough throttling is a none issue for me with temps on lock. I played Far Cry 3 last night pegged @ 1163 for a bit over an hour. Also with my cards I find anything under 1200 is attainable with the stock bios. For benchmarking however the TI bios is my weapon of choice.

That's what I was hoping for. thumb.gif

My cards run about the same speed until they hit ~70c, then the lines start dropping and get jaggy. The funny thing is my 580's do the same thing now since I changed them back to the stock air coolers. I thought throttling started with the 6XX series? Now I have to wonder if it's partly driver related. Has anyone used modified Nvidia drivers that changed throttling at all? I can see the point to protect the card from high temp damage, but I see no reason to throttle under 80c. Even with air cooling, my cards stay under 76c full load. Oh well, this won't be an issue for me soon. biggrin.gif
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Question for y'all. I'm just waiting for the 900D to build my "dream machine" and had a question about the PSU. I have purchased a Corsair HX1050W, but because I'm running Titan SLI and overclocking both my GPUs and and 3930K CPU (4.8-5.0GHz) with a RIVE mb and 16Gbs Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133MHz ram, I'm worried about all of the peripherals adding up to render the 1050W insufficient. These are the peripherals:
  • 2 WC loops:
  • - one small loop for the MB with a X2O 750 res/pump combo + a 240 rad & 3/8ID x 5/8OD tubing
  • - one large loop for my cpu and Titan SLI, with redundant (2x) Swiftech MCP655 pumps w/ EK CSQ dual pump top, 250mm tube res; a 480 and a 420 rad; 1/2ID x 3/4OD tubing; XSPC Raystorm cpu block
  • - 8 x120mm high performance/static pressure fans; 10 x 140mm high performance/static pressure; 5 channel fan controller with 2 X 8-4 pin hubs
  • - 4 cathode lights; 1 ultra violet cathode
  • - 1 BluRay/DVD/CD write optical drive

Not really looking for feedback on my loop design, just the PSU. Would the HX1050W be sufficient for this set-up, or should I buy a AX1200i? rolleyes.gif

Cheers smile.gif
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Originally Posted by RJT View Post

Question for y'all. I'm just waiting for the 900D to build my "dream machine" and had a question about the PSU. I have purchased a Corsair HX1050W, but because I'm running Titan SLI and overclocking both my GPUs and and 3930K CPU (4.8-5.0GHz) with a RIVE mb and 16Gbs Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133MHz ram, I'm worried about all of the peripherals adding up to render the 1050W insufficient. These are the peripherals:
  • 2 WC loops:
  • - one small loop for the MB with a X2O 750 res/pump combo + a 240 rad & 3/8ID x 5/8OD tubing
  • - one large loop for my cpu and Titan SLI, with redundant (2x) Swiftech MCP655 pumps w/ EK CSQ dual pump top, 250mm tube res; a 480 and a 420 rad; 1/2ID x 3/4OD tubing; XSPC Raystorm cpu block
  • - 8 x120mm high performance/static pressure fans; 10 x 140mm high performance/static pressure; 5 channel fan controller with 2 X 8-4 pin hubs
  • - 4 cathode lights; 1 ultra violet cathode
  • - 1 BluRay/DVD/CD write optical drive

Not really looking for feedback on my loop design, just the PSU. Would the HX1050W be sufficient for this set-up, or should I buy a AX1200i? rolleyes.gif

Cheers smile.gif

You're good to go with that 1050w. You'll probably use 850w max with that set up.
    
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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post

You're good to go with that 1050w. You'll probably use 850w max with that set up.
Thanks brosif! thumb.gif I didn't really want to drop another $300 on a 1200W psu, my whole build is already in the +$5000 range.
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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post

The EK block I have for mine doesn't break 40'C ever.

Some people are in love with this fine looking block:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1366202/tpu-aqua-computer-intros-kryographics-full-coverage-water-block-for-geforce-gtx-titan/30#post_19754915

Like I said, mine got up close to 50C the other day playing Crysis 3. I think I've simply got too much stuff crammed on the back side of my 560 rad in the basement.
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Wonder if I'd benefit any from adding 3 fans to my top rad for push pull, thinking.gif
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