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Titan is a serie of its own it doesn't belong to the 6XX
It just happens to be in that list because the 700 series wasn't there to begin with... and there was little sense trying to give it it's own category on the dropdown.
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It just happens to be in that list because the 700 series wasn't there to begin with... and there was little sense trying to give it it's own category on the dropdown.
http://eu.evga.com/products/prodlist.asp?family=GeForce+TITAN+Series+Family
EVGA did and Nvidia stated that the Titan is indeed his own serie even though it is a Kepler based chip.
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Good for evga lol, it isn't hurting anything other than some people's fragile egos to have it in the same dropdown menu... considering it uses the exact same driver download. In fact, I still wonder why they even make you check what card you have... Seems to me like the 600 series all gives you the same DL anyways doesn't it?
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Good for evga lol, it isn't hurting anything other than some people's fragile egos to have it in the same dropdown menu... considering it uses the exact same driver download. In fact, I still wonder why they even make you check what card you have... Seems to me like the 600 series all gives you the same DL anyways doesn't it?
For as far as I know there are only 2 versions for the drivers desktop and mobile there is no point in selecting correctly tongue.gif
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T|I vbios@1150/1672 in Valley with max settings, no throttling. I have a video I can attach if needed. Majin, what was your temp target set at? Mines at 85C.




Edit: Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBsYRvDremw&feature=youtube_gdata
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Quick question. I'm getting sick of the noise my SLI setup is making and I can watch the thermostat on my desk rise 3F within 5min of starting Heaven. If I wanted to do a loop for just my 2 Titans could it be done for under 600? My CPU is almost silent so I'm not worried about that. Also I have a mid tower thats not beefy at all so I'm also not sure if it will fit. TY

I'm pretty sure it can be done for under $600. As far as the temperature, water cooling may actually make it rise faster as water is more efficient at removing the heat from your PC and into your room, frown.gif

edit: typo
Edited by wholeeo - 5/18/13 at 7:06pm
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I'm pretty sure it can be done for under $600. As far as the temperature, water cooling may actually make it rise faster as water is more efficient and removing the heat from your PC and into your room, frown.gif
In the end the heat energy output total is the same but if it is exchanged with the air trough a efficient water->rad it is gonna warm your room up quiker.
On another note how small is your room and what is your room's ambient temp.
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Finally experimented a little with OC'ing my Titan. So far, is this alright?

It seems that you can go from 0 to +100 just fine without changing BIOS, then once you're in the 100s, it requires a boost.

It's Valley and Heaven stable from what I can tell, though I had to drop it down by 10 mhz to run 3D Mark 2013 Fire Strike tests stable. So far it's gamed fine.

Stock BIOS and launch drivers (314.09)
Practically no throttling. Maybe a 10mhz blip here or there but otherwise it seems stable at 1175 or 1165. Ran a few loops of Valley and 30+ min of Heaven without throttling at all.

Temps are still in the upper 60s. Any chance I could push this 1200+ or do I have to max that voltage or BIOS mod the card?



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I used a cuda based video converter... and it tore through 43GB of video in 7 minutes. Converted it down from uncompressed avi to MP4 at the same resolution and framerate.

I'm curious as to which one if you don't mind me asking. Since Cyberlink's driver utilization is now garbage and Premiere won't use CUDA, I've been trying to find a replacement converter.
Edited by The-Real-Link - 5/18/13 at 5:04pm
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Originally Posted by maarten12100 View Post

In the end the heat energy output total is the same but if it is exchanged with the air trough a efficient water->rad it is gonna warm your room up quiker.
On another note how small is your room and what is your room's ambient temp.

That's what I said, temp will rise faster, not that it will be hotter.
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Originally Posted by 5150 Joker View Post

T|I vbios@1150/1672 in Valley with max settings, no throttling. I have a video I can attach if needed. Majin, what was your temp target set at? Mines at 85C.




Edit: Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBsYRvDremw&feature=youtube_gdata

My temp target was set to max but my cards are under water and only hit 43C...
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