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This is a textbook example of the CPU bottlenecking.

This.
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any one with a suggestion for a reasonable bios flash. nothing exotic, just want to up the volts a little and kill throttling.

a little help anyone?

Well if you want to kill throttling completely then get svl7/Ti bios as it gets rid of GPU boost.. I'm a fan of opt33's modded Naennon's bios, N1187 in particular which is what I'm using 24/7 at the moment. Reason I don't stick to svl7's bios is because for whatever reason Precision doesn't keep the voltages saved after reboots when using it and its actually recommended to use Nvidia Inspector with it..
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*Sigh* Here is a tip. Instead of trying to critic other peoples help, why dont you offer advice on his problem??? doh.gif Doesnt make you look good, especially when you dont know what you are talking about since you probably have never owned a 120hz monitor. Us guys with 120hz monitors try to keep FPS as close to 120hz as possible for the best motion quality and lowest motion blur.

Ok let me explain it to you so you might understand. Before you started criticizing my advice, Dboythagr8 never stated his GPU stayed at 60%. Here is his post:
This is a textbook example of the CPU bottlenecking.

Ran a quick example for you. Changed my res to 1080p @120hz while running a single Titan. 64p Casparian Border.

This is running my 6-core 3930k @ 4.7ghz. And see the CPU bottleneck.



ALL ULTRA PRESET SETTINGS GPU use at 75%





ULTRA SETTINGS WITH MESH SETTINGS DECREASED TO LOW (as Mesh is CPU intensive) notice the increased GPU use up to 98% along with increased FPS

Even though this post wasn't directed at me, I was able to learn something! Thanks!
post #8504 of 28134
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Originally Posted by Swolern View Post

*Sigh* Here is a tip. Instead of trying to critic other peoples help, why dont you offer advice on his problem??? doh.gif Doesnt make you look good, especially when you dont know what you are talking about since you probably have never owned a 120hz monitor. Us guys with 120hz monitors try to keep FPS as close to 120hz as possible for the best motion quality and lowest motion blur.

Ok let me explain it to you so you might understand. Before you started criticizing my advice, Dboythagr8 never stated his GPU stayed at 60%. Here is his post:
This is a textbook example of the CPU bottlenecking.

Ran a quick example for you. Changed my res to 1080p @120hz while running a single Titan. 64p Casparian Border.

This is running my 6-core 3930k @ 4.7ghz. And see the CPU bottleneck.



ALL ULTRA PRESET SETTINGS GPU use at 75%





ULTRA SETTINGS WITH MESH SETTINGS DECREASED TO LOW (as Mesh is CPU intensive) notice the increased GPU use up to 98% along with increased FPS



Can the gpu usage also be driver related in this case if not i have learnt some thing today. I never did understand this game single player for me was always 99% usage on both cards but multi player was always lower on gpu usage.
Edited by Hoodz - 5/12/13 at 9:38pm
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Will a Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 140mm cool a Titan as good as a 240 rad?
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What a good overclock for a 3930K for everyday use running two Titans? I'm at 4.3Ghz and ram at 2000Mhz and mainly play BF3 at 2560x1440. hyperthreading on or off what's best.
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What a good overclock for a 3930K for everyday use running two Titans? I'm at 4.3Ghz and ram at 2000Mhz and mainly play BF3 at 2560x1440. hyperthreading on or off what's best.

If you're stuck @4.3Ghz, then disable HT to get yourself higher. The more the merrier when it comes to pushing two Titans.
    
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I 'd hate to get involed in a family fight but its been 4weeks and 15 posts still not allowed to dl stufff from there.
Its not that i need the bios but i wanted to try it,but i wont pay or bother with that bs anymore at all

some head action on air acXIII cooling runs easy like bf3

I assume fan is on auto all the time ? What's your temps after benching for some time and keeping your gpu power closer to 106% ? Last question, do you use backplate with ax3 ? (arctic accelero xtreme III is massive and i expect your card will bend after some time - at least my gtx 580 with axp did it).
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Got my GTX titan underwater and into my new build. Build log is here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1390841/build-log-dimastech-easy-v3-bench-gtx-titan-watercooled-and-portrait-surround#post_19957622

Idles at 23deg with my EK block and under load hasn't gone over 33deg. Just with a RX360 for a CPU and GPU loop. So pretty impressed with that. About to start some gaming and testing to see if I can get my overclock any higher under water.







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Unfortunately for me one of my 3 titans is going to be in an 8x PCI-e 2.0 slot on my SR-2 redface.gif.... ahhhh well... small price to pay for having my cooling solution biggrin.gif Here is an update
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Looks great.
    
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What I don`t understand with the bios is that the clocks is reported different in different programs. As I can recall they stated that it is possible to increment by 1. And yes that is reported in GPU-Z but is not the same in Nvidia Inspector and precision. So the increment step of 13 still applies.

An example:

GPU-Z: 1177 mhz and respond to +1 increment the sensor sais 1175.8 mhz
Precision: 1175 mhz.

If I decrease by 1
GPU-Z: 1176 mhz , sensor 1162.7 mhz and Precision 1162 mhz.

Nvidia Inspector:
current clock 1163
GPU Clock 1176

which one reports correct settings?

Like xoleras mentioned EVGA precisionx or MSI afterburner is your best bet for accurate clocks.
    
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