Originally Posted by Alatar
More than enough at stock. Enough for normal small OCing.
For overvolting and high OCs on two GK110 based cards you want something along the lines of a evga 1300G2. A single GK110 core at ~1.3v can spike into the 500W range. However if you're not planning on pushing the cards to the max it's not needed.
I'm curious to know how this is even possible? PCIe can only put out 75w for the slot, 75w for the 6pin, and 150w for the 8pin. Unless the 780's and Titans use 2x 8pin. That'd be 300w or 375w if its 2x 8pin. Newegg shows its a 6 and 8 pin, so that'd be only 300w that it could possibly take up. I could see going over that mark a little bit, but by 200w? You'd burn up the wiring or traces on the board, no?
Basically you're claiming you can DOUBLE the power that a Titan draws (251w at stock under load according to guru3d), by a heavy overclock? I mean I could certainly see this happening with massive hardware volt mods, but I don't see software (BIOS) volt mods causing that much of a power increase.
My 2 cents, I could easily be wrong. The math just doesn't add up. I'll admit, I don't own, nor have I ever owned a GK110 card.