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Hugz and waffles indeed. smile.gif

Apologies - my post clearly came across harsher than I meant it.

No harm done friend! We're all good I thnik but this is a place where everyone take great pride in their work. Yourself included, nothing wrong with that! Passion can take on many forms, I know I go too far sometimes IRL when people criticize my work. I'm working on that.

And there is also a special place in the afterlife for people who admit when they are wrong.

You just made me disproportionately happy <3
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Whilst this is true to a point, my point was that you cannot make blanket statements like 'unless you go with water cooling you are wasting your time', or to suggest that non-reference coolers are no good. It might be valid for your circumstances, but that does not mean that it holds true for everyone else.....

I'm not suggesting aftermarket coolers are no good, I am saying that they aren't much of an improvement as far as cooling capability goes.
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No harm done friend! We're all good I thnik but this is a place where everyone take great pride in their work. Yourself included, nothing wrong with that! Passion can take on many forms, I know I go too far sometimes IRL when people criticize my work. I'm working on that.

And there is also a special place in the afterlife for people who admit when they are wrong.

You just made me disproportionately happy <3

And now I'm feeling strangely motivated to have a serious go at modifying Nvidia's leaked engineering BIOS for a Titan to make it work on a 780Ti...
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And now I'm feeling strangely motivated to have a serious go at modifying Nvidia's leaked engineering BIOS for a Titan to make it work on a 780Ti...

That is something you need to do, yes!
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I'm not suggesting aftermarket coolers are no good, I am saying that they aren't much of an improvement as far as cooling capability goes.

To be honest I'm totally regretting getting the ACX cooler, it's actually so bad that I'm spending over $110 on an MK-26 plus fans :/ I think it's gonna be worth it though.
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To be honest I'm totally regretting getting the ACX cooler, it's actually so bad that I'm spending over $110 on an MK-26 plus fans :/ I think it's gonna be worth it though.

What is your actual goal? If it is anything but minimizing noise, you'd probably do at least as well by just putting a reference heatsink on. And if your card came with the ACX, you can probably pick up a Titan cooler on ebay for a lot less than $110.
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titan-Z anyone? Dual GK110-B on 1 card! But it needs 2KW?
    
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titan-Z anyone? Dual GK110-B on 1 card! But it needs 2KW?

From the pictures I have seen the package is exactly the same as a 690, with 2x8-pin power connectors. ATX spec says the limit on 8-pin auxiliary power is 150W, and limit for the slot power draw is 75W. That puts the total at no more than 375W. Traditionally the card gets limited to about 50W less to make sure it doesn't try to draw too much from the slot for fear of blowing up a marginal motherboard.

So my bet is on the Titan-Z being having standard TDP/power limits set at 325W. Note that this is only 75W more than a standard Titan/780Ti, so even if they cherry-picked the silicon the clock speeds are going to have to be substantially lower to make two uncut GK110 fit within that power envelope.
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titan-Z anyone? Dual GK110-B on 1 card! But it needs 2KW?

I'll pass. My whole computer didn't cost that much, and I have 2 780 Tis. I personally don't think there is any point in that card whatsoever. Especially not for $3000. If it were closer to an SLI Titan or SLI 780 Ti price, then it would have a purpose for using in smaller compact builds. Just my 2cents.gif
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I'll pass. My whole computer didn't cost that much, and I have 2 780 Tis. I personally don't think there is any point in that card whatsoever. Especially not for $3000. If it were closer to an SLI Titan or SLI 780 Ti price, then it would have a purpose for using in smaller compact builds. Just my 2cents.gif

+1

That price is just stupid... rolleyes.gif
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