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No, NOTHING is oc'd or ever been tampered/tweaked. The Titan can run at 80c, but mostly only goes up to the 70's which is perfectly safe.
It can actually handle more than 80c, but you need graphs man.

Take a look at precision X or something when the drops occur. See what happens to the GPU. It might be throttling like mad. The default 100% power limit is wholly inadequate for the Titan. At the very least, you should raise the power limit to 106%, even if you don't overclock it at all. At stock clocks I still hit the power target left and right, which causes throttling.

And refusing to update your drivers is a flat out ignorant thing to do. You obviously don't know what current drivers are capable of, since you refuse to use them. It wont kill you to try them, and if you must... just revert back to what you want anyways.
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Originally Posted by Masta Squidge View Post

It can actually handle more than 80c, but you need graphs man.

Take a look at precision X or something when the drops occur. See what happens to the GPU. It might be throttling like mad. The default 100% power limit is wholly inadequate for the Titan. At the very least, you should raise the power limit to 106%, even if you don't overclock it at all. At stock clocks I still hit the power target left and right, which causes throttling.

And refusing to update your drivers is a flat out ignorant thing to do. You obviously don't know what current drivers are capable of, since you refuse to use them. It wont kill you to try them, and if you must... just revert back to what you want anyways.

Sorry if I sound ignorant regarding updating my drivers, I am waiting for the next WHQL which should be quite soon.

I use Precision X, temp target is 79 and power target is 100%. I will raise it to 106%, that won't increase heat/temp will it?

Thanks!
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Adjust your fan profile to be a little steeper. It will increase heat a bit, but not significantly.
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