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Hi everyone, Im new to this forum and i just want to shoot out a question. I just overclocked my two gtx Titan in sli using evga precision x today. I'm very new at this overclocking stuff; so I just need some advice plz. Well these are the settings I used to get the highest possible score so far on 3dmark 11 (running 2560x1440 res with all test settings max out)

Power: 106%
Temp: 80C
GPU clock: +105 [if i increase..artifacts start to show]
Mem clock: +145 [if I increase..artifacts start to show]
Fan speed: auto
Voltage: 1.3 mV

I'm gettin max at 1130mhz wit a lot throttling down to like 1000ish mhz when I hit 75C and above (sometimes). I'm just looking for a stable and relatively safe 24/7 OC and getting the highest possible OC of course. Am I on the right track? Is this the best settings for my GPUs? Because I see a lot of ppl can push their GPU/memory clocks to 140/200mhz and still be very stable! Any help? smile.gif
post #2 of 9
the first thing i'd suggest is to use an agressive fan profile. Also, that oc of 1100 is fairly enough if you are gaming on just one 1440/1080p resolution. For benching its entirely different ball game.

BTW, can you fill out you system specs with this http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig
post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 
Im not really benching. Just want a stable OC. I set fan speed to 70%.Im gaming at 1440p@ 120hz on those Korean monitors so I need higher OC to get stable fps 100+. When gaming; my primary GPU fluctuates from 967-1000 around 79C. My second GPU stays constantly at 1110 (79C)..with a little minor throttling every now and then.

How do I get my first GPU to be as stable? Is it because the card itself is actually slower?
post #4 of 9
Thread Starter 
These are my GPUZ specs:

GPU Clock: 942Mhz
Memory: 1575Mhz
Boost: 981Mhz

Default clock: 837Mhz
Memory: 1502Mhz
Boost: 876Mhz
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Welcome to OCN!! smile.gif
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Welcome to Overclock.net, it's great to have you here.......... smile.gif
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Thank you!. Such a warmly welcome smile.gif
post #8 of 9
You need to fill in all your specs. Also, do you have enough airflow within your case, as those cards would just start to throttle once you hit temps of 80*C. You could try to reseat the cooler but i doubt even that would help if you have restrictive airflow.
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Originally Posted by t2r4ne View Post

Hi everyone, Im new to this forum and i just want to shoot out a question. I just overclocked my two gtx Titan in sli using evga precision x today. I'm very new at this overclocking stuff; so I just need some advice plz. Well these are the settings I used to get the highest possible score so far on 3dmark 11 (running 2560x1440 res with all test settings max out)

Power: 106%
Temp: 80C
GPU clock: +105 [if i increase..artifacts start to show]
Mem clock: +145 [if I increase..artifacts start to show]
Fan speed: auto
Voltage: 1.3 mV

I'm gettin max at 1130mhz wit a lot throttling down to like 1000ish mhz when I hit 75C and above (sometimes). I'm just looking for a stable and relatively safe 24/7 OC and getting the highest possible OC of course. Am I on the right track? Is this the best settings for my GPUs? Because I see a lot of ppl can push their GPU/memory clocks to 140/200mhz and still be very stable! Any help? smile.gif

I'm in the same boat, never overclocked a gpu before and just installed a water block. Where do I start?

GPU is a Titan Super clocked and recently installed a waterblock:
•876MHz Base Clock
•928MHz Boost Clock
•196.2GT/s Texture Fill Rate
•6144MB GDDR5 Memory
•6008MHz Memory Clock
•288.38GB/s Memory Bandwidth
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