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mine has never got stuck ocing, but I did piss it off something fierce last night trying to oc my panels a tad. I hadn't messed with that feature and I had to mess with things for almost an hour to get surround to work properly again.

Yeah I don't know why it does it. Doesn't crash just does a run and then at some point hangs and down clocks to 575mhz and then gets stuck on it even with re-starts. Have to un-install the card and re-install the driver for it to recover again. It's weird.

What'd you mess up with your monitors?

I was considering trying to overclock my surround setup but not too sure if I can be bothered with a headache.
    
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It´s not the $1k that bothers me. What bothers me is all the throttling you get @ stock BIOS due to the TDP limits. We all know by now that 265W is not enough to overclock them even @ the voltage limit.

So for a $1k card, specially now that there is a $650 card that performs @ 90%, and only 3 months later, having by default a supported TDP above 106 wouldn´t be asking too much.

Ya but reference 780s will have the exact same limitations as well. Those will throttle and be help back. I don't think you will see much gains with non reference boards say like the EVGA classified 780 with the added VRM. Maybe cleaner power, but that wont really add much of a boost. an EVbot will be needer for that.

But 780 has the same limitations as the titan, and is a gimped version on top of that. Titan was NEVER EVER about price to performance. If you bought the Titan thinking it was, then im sorry.

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Ya but reference 780s will have the exact same limitations as well. Those will throttle and be help back. I don't think you will see much gains with non reference boards say like the EVGA classified 780 with the added VRM. Maybe cleaner power, but that wont really add much of a boost. an EVbot will be needer for that.

But 780 has the same limitations as the titan, and is a gimped version on top of that. Titan was NEVER EVER about price to performance. If you bought the Titan thinking it was, then im sorry.

sorry Off Topic

Yeah, but again, 780s are also $650, and TITANs are not. TITANs deserve an official throttling killer solution. TITANs deserve to be better overclockers right out of the box. That´s my point. Why is that so hard to understand?

Increasing the TDP limit does not need hardware modds, a classified version, added VRM, or whatever. Just a new VBIOS. There are already plenty of custom BIOS incresing TDP limit to 275MHz and above. You don´t need EVbot for that.
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I do agree with the above, TITAN is Nvidia's bragging rights right now.....
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Yeah, but again, 780s are also $650, and TITANs are not. TITANs deserve an official throttling killer solution. TITANs deserve to be better overclockers right out of the box. That´s my point. Why is that so hard to understand?

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Just be happy with your titan for now, Who knows what nVidia will do.. They may even have something like that coming up in the future?

Be happy with your extra 3GB of memory and 7% performance gain over the 780..

At least you can still say you have the single fastest GPU on the planet biggrin.gif?
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Reading recent posts just leaves me with a bitter taste for buying a titan that has an ASIC number 59.8 and max stock boost clock 954 mhz at 1162 mv and idle voltage 0.899mv which makes to rma back to evga this card. What do you think guys , any suggestion please.
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It´s not the $1k that bothers me. What bothers me is all the throttling you get @ stock BIOS due to the TDP limits. We all know by now that 265W is not enough to overclock them even @ the voltage limit.

So for a $1k card, specially now that there is a $650 card that performs @ 90%, and only 3 months later, having by default a supported TDP above 106 wouldn´t be asking too much.

I hear you i know the 780 is the way to go high end nv at the moment.
Was not the price that got me the most..it is how cut down the board is for titan,but they get away with it because of the power limits they impose.
when i first saw the layout of titan and knew right off the bat it would be crappy to get it to respond to voltage safely unless you went all the way. the bench pretty good even with just baby clocks so i'm all in when it comes to that.
Just have to learn from mistakes
enjoy the performance now and make the titan last as long as you can thumb.gif
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Reading recent posts just leaves me with a bitter taste for buying a titan that has an ASIC number 59.8 and max stock boost clock 954 mhz at 1162 mv and idle voltage 0.899mv which makes to rma back to evga this card. What do you think guys , any suggestion please.

But what does it overclock to ?
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I didn't overclock much my card yet to be onest , only like +100 offset on clock and did unigine valley benchmark scoring only 2679 at 64 fps with everything max at 1080p res and play bf3 wich stutters like hell with 320.14 driver, and Metro last light wich crashed and freeze my system .
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So I have to take back what I said earlier in this thread. I pulled the trigger yesterday on two 780s and returned my Titans. Being that my water blocks fit the 780s it was a no brainer for me. Like I mentioned in the 780 thread, if I had had to go through the hassle of selling my blocks for a loss and repurchasing I'd have just stayed with them. Either way while it was short it was fun while it lasted. thumb.gif Some of the best members this board has are a part of this club (and 690 club), sad-smiley-002.gif
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