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Okay, I'm a bit confused. At 100% Power Target (Default), what is the power draw with the TI BIOS? I assume it is 350W; is this correct? Since I assumed that, I reduced my Power Target to 85% (~300W) and played BF3 @ 1176Mhz (+250Mhz and +300 Mem). I played Max Payne 3 at the same OC and it crashed after some time. If I left the Power Target at 100%, would that help stability? Or is that just to help prevent throttling?

Sorry for n00b questions but I just want to be sure before I crank up the power on the Titans. I'm running an Antec HCP-1200 with 4x Titans so I don't want to push my luck too much! biggrin.gif

Think of it as if you had a 350w psu , but your system will only pull/use 300w max. That's like how the power target is in a way on gpus. You'll only use what power is needed. You could stick that power limit to 90% and it will still be enough for 1.21v and 1.2GHz.

Apparently 100% is 350w power target, but Naenonn said 300w is hard limit with Titan. So idk.rolleyes.gif
    
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http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vga/554/accelero-xtreme-iii.html?c=2182

 

should I?

 

or should I not?

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http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vga/554/accelero-xtreme-iii.html?c=2182

should I?

or should I not?

I say not just because the Titan cooler is a beautiful work of art and works very good already. The only thing as nice or even better is a water block.
    
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I also had to think about it friend
which improves the temps will be

http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vga/554/accelero-xtreme-iii.html?c=2182
Edited by Nilsom - 5/19/13 at 2:58pm
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http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vga/554/accelero-xtreme-iii.html?c=2182

should I?

or should I not?

I say not just because the Titan cooler is a beautiful work of art and works very good already. The only thing as nice or even better is a water block.

ya that thing is cheap made and looks crappy go actual water block on a custom loop or leave well enough alone, it still maxes out at less than 65% fan speed, ultra quiet, and if you max the fan its quite loud but REALLY REALLY cools the thing down. its like a wind tunnel you can feel it out the back bouncing off the wall and into my legs lmao. kinda impressive


edit, thought that was that combo water cooler one that one there looks OK, but not nearly as good, I am sure it will be quite loud, and the effectiveness may not be that accurate to be honest, maybe but personally for a nice clean look stay stock or go GPU water block. (full size)
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I say not just because the Titan cooler is a beautiful work of art and works very good already. The only thing as nice or even better is a water block.

Yeah the Titan cooler is awesome.

 

I am hitting 80 degrees with my 1137 mhz OC. Summr is coming and my room will be warmer.

 

Maybe I should purchase better fans.

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Yeah the Titan cooler is awesome.

I am hitting 80 degrees with my 1137 mhz OC. Summr is coming and my room will be warmer.

Maybe I should purchase better fans.

Think about water now, you live in a hot area.

More fans and better airflow will help.
    
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http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vga/554/accelero-xtreme-iii.html?c=2182

should I?

or should I not?

I also had to think about it friend
which improves the temps will be
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Think about water now, you live in a hot area.

More fans and better airflow will help.

I will do some stuff with my case this weekend. Clean it and see if i can get better fans. 

 

I am scared of going water. Never did it and noone with me to show me the way.

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I also had to think about it friend
which improves the temps will be

http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vga/554/accelero-xtreme-iii.html?c=2182

 

Experts say no so I will probably listen to them.

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It will never pull more than can be provided which is 360W it will remain within the 300W ATX limit so there is no reason to worry.
Unless it was for higher voltage control there is nothing to worry about.

Okay, I'm a bit confused. At 100% Power Target (Default), what is the power draw with the TI BIOS? I assume it is 350W; is this correct? Since I assumed that, I reduced my Power Target to 85% (~300W) and played BF3 @ 1176Mhz (+250Mhz and +300 Mem). I played Max Payne 3 at the same OC and it crashed after some time. If I left the Power Target at 100%, would that help stability? Or is that just to help prevent throttling?

Sorry for n00b questions but I just want to be sure before I crank up the power on the Titans. I'm running an Antec HCP-1200 with 4x Titans so I don't want to push my luck too much! biggrin.gif

Some games doesn't like high overclocks I found out. I can bench at 1200Mhz on some games, 3DMark would be 1150ish. GW2 definitely hates overclock.. I had to run it at 1050-1090 Mhz....
 
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