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yea swapped out the MVE & 3770k for X79 MVE & 3930K yea that was an old gtx680 that had burnt out from my old old as rock board since then i had been running MVE &3770K Stable with 3x Gtx 680s for about 4 months or less. Cpu had decent overclock of 4.7 never had any issues just seems to be on this board & cpu. I had the titans running fine on my ivy for about a week then made the jump to 2011.

Ok, that description helps a little more, your original post was kind of vague. Have you tried forcing PCI-E 2.0? Just out of curiosity, I've seen the auto setting do some wonky stuff on that board with Kepler GPU's.
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I swapped out my original cables put my corsair modular cables in. Plugged in the extra 6pin plug also system been up for about 2 hours and no issues yet. Gonna leave it a week and see if i have any more issues then i will put my ram back to its rated speed then do cpu & gpus after as i have the water blocks now also.
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Cheers for all the help guys i have been up and running for about 3 or 4 days with out any restarts or any thing gone wrong it seems to me that it was my ram that was causing the issue. It only happened when the ram was running at 2400mhz which was its rated speeds so i swapped the ram out for my old Gskill snipers 1866mhz set the Xmp and havent had any restarts or any thing so i guess my ram is either faulty or it just does not like my motherboard.
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Hi guys i have a Corsair ax 1200 i have recently upgraded to the 2011 socket 3930k and picked up two titans i have a decent watercooling loop with 39fans running push pull. But i am having a issue when i overclock my titans now it seems to restart my computer when running extreme preset on unigine valley. Could i possibly be using over 1200w and thats why my computer keeps restarting after i run the bench mark. Or is there some thing else i should be looking out for.

Not possible to overload that AX1200 with just two Titans and a 3930K. Each Titan has a TDP somewhere in the 300w range, and CPU is approximately 150w if overclocked, less if stock.

I'm coming into this thread a little late it seems. Kudos to you for getting it up and running right. =)

Your 2400 RAM is an extreme O.C. -- I'm surprised anybody can run stable with those on a 3930K. LOL.



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Not possible to overload that AX1200 with just two Titans and a 3930K. Each Titan has a TDP somewhere in the 300w range, and CPU is approximately 150w if overclocked, less if stock.

I'm coming into this thread a little late it seems. Kudos to you for getting it up and running right. =)

Your 2400 RAM is an extreme O.C. -- I'm surprised anybody can run stable with those on a 3930K. LOL.



Greg

Cheers mate im gonna try them on my Z77 hope fully theres no issues there then no need to return them.
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Start at basics, sounds like an unstable overclock to me...
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Start at basics, sounds like an unstable overclock to me...

Tried running at stock had same issue tried multiple times with stock clocks only seemed to restart when running @ 2400mhz i was able to run it at default speeds with no issues but not its rated.
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