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No, you make a valid point of argument. He had no less than 4 hex1500w classified if im not mistaken lol .. but you have to see my point aswell, i have yet to see r4be perform.. and then i read slinky's issues .. idk but on second consideration he has been pushing those titans fairly hard for a long period of time, and titan isnt a overclockers card at all! The vrms the pcb it's all mainstream config. Comparing with 780ti KPE since we're in to dropping his name now tongue.gif but honestly I'm running 2x 780 Lightning .. compared to titan which nvidia wouldn't let manufacturers do any changes to. Well it's an OT discussion, but I guess common sense tells us titan was never made to be pushed for overclocking, so blaming a mobo for it might not make that much sense ..

Well, can one of the bench geeks push the bord and show us that it infact is "stable and without hassle" ..?

Would be very interesting and atleast I would take that result in to consideration for upcoming paycheck usage
^_^


The heck ? Did you hear that no Tek Syndicate or something? LOL Care to post your source for this? LOL holding back the nerd rage to SLAP the ignorance out of you rolleyes.gif HOLD ME BACK Skupps biggrin.gif

Where the hell did you read that Titan's aren't OC cards LOL? I push mine past most 780s OC's EASILY w/o raising temps by much, these things are BEASTS and with the ability to overvolt they're still reigning champs. 780's are limited to what they can Volt to.

Slinky simply pushed his cards past whatever limit they were capable of and you normally do not see that type of push other than when on LN2 or above as 1400 is the most I normally see, but for EXTENDED periods of times of course something would bust, not to mention depending on the % ASIC of the card, when 1 may be lower than the other which hinders the later from achieving things. Then you have to factor in what he used for cooling pads and if he applied the correct thermal padding or just went w/ the standard MFC which doesn't cover the Mosfets/VRMs on some in which you need to manually apply your own to keep them from popping.

Please don't come on here trolling that nonsense thumb.gif
Edited by LunaP - 2/14/14 at 1:59pm
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A part of me wants this mobo now just to fool around with myself hehehe but i no wants to braek mai lightnings! 1!!1!
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No, you make a valid point of argument. He had no less than 4 hex1500w classified if im not mistaken lol .. but you have to see my point aswell, i have yet to see r4be perform.. and then i read slinky's issues .. idk but on second consideration he has been pushing those titans fairly hard for a long period of time, and titan isnt a overclockers card at all! The vrms the pcb it's all mainstream config. Comparing with 780ti KPE since we're in to dropping his name now tongue.gif but honestly I'm running 2x 780 Lightning .. compared to titan which nvidia wouldn't let manufacturers do any changes to. Well it's an OT discussion, but I guess common sense tells us titan was never made to be pushed for overclocking, so blaming a mobo for it might not make that much sense ..

Well, can one of the bench geeks push the bord and show us that it infact is "stable and without hassle" ..?

Would be very interesting and atleast I would take that result in to consideration for upcoming paycheck usage
^_^
I bench my 780ti ref but I still have the rive and your right pushing benchs do put alot of strain on all components but slinky has yet to give how the bios destroyed his cards. It could be faulty psu wires or psu, a bad pcie slot, multiple things could be the issue. Blaming it on a bios without giving a reason has no merit. If it was a bios reason then others would have it unless maybe he was using a custom bios or maybe a beta bios but I doubt a officially released bios would do that. I agree I think its more user error somewhere or other hardware causing the issue. If your planning or thinking maybe upgrading soon to Haswell e then just grab a rampage iv extreme you can pick one up used pretty cheap and they perform well with ivy bridge e. I am just looking at selling mine for a black just for the built in wifi since my wife kicked my pc out of the room without lan now and I am to lazy and busy to run new Ethernet under the house and into a new room so probably going to take the easy way out.
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I'm a gamer, not a hardcore overclocker. I don't fanboi people's ability to push hardware to its utter limits on test
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The heck ? Did you hear that no Tek Syndicate or something? LOL Care to post your source for this? LOL holding back the nerd rage to SLAP the ignorance out of you rolleyes.gif HOLD ME BACK Skupps biggrin.gif

Where the hell did you read that Titan's aren't OC cards LOL? I push mine past most 780s OC's EASILY w/o raising temps by much, these things are BEASTS and with the ability to overvolt they're still reigning champs. 780's are limited to what they can Volt to.

Slinky simply pushed his cards past whatever limit they were capable of and you normally do not see that type of push other than when on LN2 or above as 1400 is the most I normally see, but for EXTENDED periods of times of course something would bust, not to mention depending on the % ASIC of the card, when 1 may be lower than the other which hinders the later from achieving things. Then you have to factor in what he used for cooling pads and if he applied the correct thermal padding or just went w/ the standard MFC which doesn't cover the Mosfets/VRMs on some in which you need to manually apply your own to keep them from popping.

Please don't come on here trolling that nonsense thumb.gif

So Titan is just as good for overclocking as 780ti KPE and 780 Lightning .. kden
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Not in for a flame war, but my 780 will run laps around your titan any day of the week. This I'm sure of!
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Not in for a flame war, but my 780 will run laps around your titan any day of the week. This I'm sure of!

Then why start?

I thought u just said you don't fanboi rolleyes.gif

k den.
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Titan is awesome, sorry if i stepped on your $1000 nervs ._.
Edited by GOLDDUBBY - 2/14/14 at 2:16pm
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Titan is awesome, sorry if i stepped on you $1000 nervs ._.

I spent 500-600 each $ (brand new) on mine no worries thumb.gif we just don't need people spreading false lies/rumors around. Most of us are about research and trial and error here and learning not just quoting numbers off a box/review site which most review sites fail due to their techs being incompetent about the hardware they're using or using with as well as settings, since they don't bother to learn or do research at all.
Edited by LunaP - 2/14/14 at 2:19pm
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I spent 500-600 each $ (brand new) on mine no worries thumb.gif

Then you got your money's worth I'm sure. smile.gif
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I spent 500-600 each $ (brand new) on mine no worries thumb.gif we just don't need people spreading false lies/rumors around. Most of us are about research and trial and error here and learning not just quoting numbers off a box/review site which most review sites fail due to their techs being incompetent about the hardware they're using or using with as well as settings, since they don't bother to learn or do research at all.

What do you get fps wise per gpu on bf4 / card ? Don't go to a dark place I'm totally up for discussion, i did not quote anything so far so please don't say that i did.
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