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I get 98 fps / 1 card. Running 1346mhz, i use 1.38v to reach that clock. My mems are 3gb but I'm on 1080p so it's fine, and I have them clocked on 7852mhz for the one carrying Hynix memory, i have one carrying memory from elpida aswell, but that one goes to another home tomorrow, hopefully i get a 2nd one with hynix this time.
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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.

Not saying you're quoting just that you're getting your information from a very bad source, and that's the only way you would have said something like that. Case point Slinky literally blew his cards up lol.

I'll load BF4 tomorrow and tell you, what settings would you like me to apply etc.

I run in 7860x1440 surround mode btw, so this is where I benefit from the Titans, I'm not saying nor ever said the 780's are bad, just I don't want to be limited to locked voltage ( OC Wall) or 3GB of ram when surround clearly hits and breaks the 3gb limits now hitting upwards 4-5gb in some new tests, and I want something that's gonna kick it for a couple years till the next best thing (8gb + ) comes out.

If you're not running Surround above 5760x1080 then you should be fine but the extra RAM etc helps flex the muscles. That said, let me know what settings, what map etc, I haven't gotten past the introduction stage as I installed it previously with my 2 Titans in surround before building my newer system.


If it helps at ALL for now, here's a recent benchmark ( minimum OC nothing high as I was verifying I didn't have drivers issues after a high OC lol ) from TR w/ max settings minux TressFX. Only other programs open were Chrome ( 200+ tabs cuz I love it like that <3 )and 1 VM (windows XP )

I can't embed here since the image size is ridiculous but here you go.

(warning b/w intensive )

Tomb Raider bench (not like it matters most computers can run this )

Anywhoo let me know I'll gladly pop some screenshots.

Or pop over to the dinosaur club there's a ton of us that can produce if you'd like <3
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Anywhoo let me know I'll gladly pop some screenshots.

1440p surround. You's mad, man.

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I run 1200p surround on the Ti's decently. Your res is nearly twice the pixels of mine though, which could be interpreted to twice the VRM usage (but of course, that's rendered frames only, not all mem usage is rendered frames).


I played a few hours of TR @ 1200p on 7970's, was usually over 60 FPS, surprisingly. But the frame-times killed it, so I stopped playing. I am hoping the Ti's will keep up, or I might have to pick up a third (not like it'll help, but I'll sleep better. tongue.gif)

Anyhoo...yeah..res...memory usage...ain't all that most make it up to be. Max # of buffered frames @ 2-3 for most engines kinda makes this a funny thing for me to hear so much.
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1440p surround. You's mad, man.

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I run 1200p surround on the Ti's decently. Your res is nearly twice the pixels of mine though, which could be interpreted to twice the VRM usage (but of course, that's rendered frames only, not all mem usage is rendered frames).


I played a few hours of TR @ 1200p on 7970's, was usually over 60 FPS, surprisingly. But the frame-times killed it, so I stopped playing. I am hoping the Ti's will keep up, or I might have to pick up a third (not like it'll help, but I'll sleep better. tongue.gif)

Anyhoo...yeah..res...memory usage...ain't all that most make it up to be. Max # of buffered frames @ 2-3 for most engines kinda makes this a funny thing for me to hear so much.

Yeah I'm still trying to find the balance in which is better for surround, higher memory clock on the GPU or higher core or a certain ratio. I know CPU is factored in too, I'm pushing for 4.7-4.8 before I hit the wall where it jumps, though 4.7 may be it. Memory wise I'm certain that 1333 vs 2133-2400 would give definite gains.

Hopefully G Skill does an advanced RMA or w/e it is where they send teh product first then I send theirs back. Sucks I have to give up the sexy X's though but I'm sure I'll forget about it once they're all up and stable. Gonna go w/ the 2400 ripjaws and just downclock to 2133 for better latency.
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Not saying you're quoting just that you're getting your information from a very bad source, and that's the only way you would have said something like that. Case point Slinky literally blew his cards up lol.

I'll load BF4 tomorrow and tell you, what settings would you like me to apply etc.

I run in 7860x1440 surround mode btw, so this is where I benefit from the Titans, I'm not saying nor ever said the 780's are bad, just I don't want to be limited to locked voltage ( OC Wall) or 3GB of ram when surround clearly hits and breaks the 3gb limits now hitting upwards 4-5gb in some new tests, and I want something that's gonna kick it for a couple years till the next best thing (8gb + ) comes out.

If you're not running Surround above 5760x1080 then you should be fine but the extra RAM etc helps flex the muscles. That said, let me know what settings, what map etc, I haven't gotten past the introduction stage as I installed it previously with my 2 Titans in surround before building my newer system.


If it helps at ALL for now, here's a recent benchmark ( minimum OC nothing high as I was verifying I didn't have drivers issues after a high OC lol ) from TR w/ max settings minux TressFX. Only other programs open were Chrome ( 200+ tabs cuz I love it like that <3 )and 1 VM (windows XP )

I can't embed here since the image size is ridiculous but here you go.

(warning b/w intensive )

Tomb Raider bench (not like it matters most computers can run this )

Anywhoo let me know I'll gladly pop some screenshots.

We in the Lightning oweners club aren't really locked either much thanks to skyn3t and robby's tool. Im only on water and 1.5 v is as far as im willing to push, ive gotten around 1560mhz on the core and completed valley and 3d mark.

I think we actually have the same opinion, in the matter my stick handle was meant for slinky, not you. Alot of people see quality based on pricetags and random people/gamers i speak to always drop the same thing "yea ima get 4 titan run em in sli and beat all records porra hue" .. but my card is build to withstand (even if the gpu may take damage) 1.5v and above. And ln2 cooling etc.. titan can maybe do that aswell, but don't say it was built for it.

I'm 1000% sure you have alot more extensive knowledge than I have when it comes to overclocking just about anything. So please, I did not mean to offend, even if i did somehow.

With that said I think I shouldn't post anything further and derail the thread. I was just curious about the board beacause I'm 98% sure I'll go back to 2011 socket by next month.
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We in the Lightning oweners club aren't really locked either much thanks to skyn3t and robby's tool. Im only on water and 1.5 v is as far as im willing to push, ive gotten around 1560mhz on the core and completed valley and 3d mark.

I think we actually have the same opinion, in the matter my stick handle was meant for slinky, not you. Alot of people see quality based on pricetags and random people/gamers i speak to always drop the same thing "yea ima get 4 titan run em in sli and beat all records porra hue" .. but my card is build to withstand (even if the gpu may take damage) 1.5v and above. And ln2 cooling etc.. titan can maybe do that aswell, but don't say it was built for it.

I'm 1000% sure you have alot more extensive knowledge than I have when it comes to overclocking just about anything. So please, I did not mean to offend, even if i did somehow.

With that said I think I shouldn't post anything further and derail the thread. I was just curious about the board beacause I'm 98% sure I'll go back to 2011 socket by next month.


Waiting isn't an option for a real enthusiast. You buy what you want now until the next comes, and then sell what you bought now and take the loss as "rental fees". Maybe, like ram, you make some money if you buy at the right time.

Haswell-E offers more CPU cache, more cores, but not more per-core performance, really. A bit, but small. We can estimate this easily given that Haswell cores are here already. Looking at performance testing shows most of the performance increase that Haswell has over IVB (and therefor IVB-E) shows that cache performance is where it's at, but I think that realistically speaking we are talking a 15% improvement with Haswell-E and DDR4. You've got to remember that most users are hardly using the bandwidth offered by IVB-E or any Intel chip, really. Faster memory benefits right now by latency only, pretty much. And early DDR4 won't have the latency needed to see the real potential, I think, as do many others. It's just how the memory market works, really.
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Waiting isn't an option for a real enthusiast. You buy what you want now until the next comes, and then sell what you bought now and take the loss as "rental fees". Maybe, like ram, you make some money if you buy at the right time.

Haswell-E offers more CPU cache, more cores, but not more per-core performance, really. A bit, but small. We can estimate this easily given that Haswell cores are here already. Looking at performance testing shows most of the performance increase that Haswell has over IVB (and therefor IVB-E) shows that cache performance is where it's at, but I think that realistically speaking we are talking a 15% improvement with Haswell-E and DDR4. You've got to remember that most users are hardly using the bandwidth offered by IVB-E or any Intel chip, really. Faster memory benefits right now by latency only, pretty much. And early DDR4 won't have the latency needed to see the real potential, I think, as do many others. It's just how the memory market works, really.

Hey Cad,

I wanna give this one more shot while waiting on G Skill to send me the form.

Since we're dealing w/ sep kits, what other timings/settings would you suggest I look @ in the bios in a more advanced setting to help sync things up. I'm aware 2T is where I'll be at as 1T is only possible w/ say 16-32gb at most.

Timing wise since there's 4 settings x-x-x-x is there a ratio between them as I've seen up and down, as in relation to what settings should help what? I'm thinking of popping 1.7v on them, setting VTT/VCSAA back to auto which they'll more than likely hit 1.25-1.28 v each.
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Hey Cad,

I wanna give this one more shot while waiting on G Skill to send me the form.

Since we're dealing w/ sep kits, what other timings/settings would you suggest I look @ in the bios in a more advanced setting to help sync things up. I'm aware 2T is where I'll be at as 1T is only possible w/ say 16-32gb at most.

Timing wise since there's 4 settings x-x-x-x is there a ratio between them as I've seen up and down, as in relation to what settings should help what? I'm thinking of popping 1.7v on them, setting VTT/VCSAA back to auto which they'll more than likely hit 1.25-1.28 v each.

The best you can do is match the timings from the SPD into primary/secondary. Not all will be set correctly, likely.

But if I remember correctly, you had SPD error shown in BIOS with four sticks, so you need to fix that before you can do anything else. You should, if CPU is capable, just set XMP, and reboot. IF you cannot, then likely something else is wrong.

based on the layout of the SPD errors you showed, I'd be doing some DIMM swaps, and if that isn't fixed, than RMA is the only choice. And even if they send you 64 GB kit, there is not guarantee that CPU will do it on 100 BLCK, if at all.
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The best you can do is match the timings from the SPD into primary/secondary. Not all will be set correctly, likely.

But if I remember correctly, you had SPD error shown in BIOS with four sticks, so you need to fix that before you can do anything else. You should, if CPU is capable, just set XMP, and reboot. IF you cannot, then likely something else is wrong.

based on the layout of the SPD errors you showed, I'd be doing some DIMM swaps, and if that isn't fixed, than RMA is the only choice. And even if they send you 64 GB kit, there is not guarantee that CPU will do it on 100 BLCK, if at all.

Well only thing I can think of is the first set I put in the first 4 banks ( left side ) then the 2nd set set on the right side. Should I split each kit up as in put 1 kit in the correct 4 slots (channels) and 2nd kit int he correct channels as if installing only 32gb? Would that have any affect, though its still odd even though its set up like that they it still only recognizes 4.
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Dear.. I was for 10 months #4, 6, and now 12+ on 3DMARK benchmarks because this mobo can do a sɥıʇ at this time.
If you want to protect your GPU play Tetris or ask asus a bios.

I've only seen fixes in the new bios. The board wouldn't affect that unless you somehow fried the slots o_o what the hell were you pushing on those cards? LOL
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ASUS designed first two bios for ladies that don't fit my build, I will be able to break one TITAN weekly with pleasure until the right bios will arrive.
Enjoy your motherboard thumb.gif

You still won't explain how the bios affects your GPU, did you end up messing w/ settings and forgot to set something or enabled LN2 + Extreme OV? I wouldn't dare go over 130% but it does go up to 160%
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I use those titans for 10 months on extreme with Rive daily with no problems. In less there two months with R4BE break 2 of them in the last 7 days. I find this board very boring because all bios restrictions. What you guys tested with Ln2 don't have nothing to do with water cooling. I am very interested to know how many i7-4960X you broken there guys as with water-cooling is almost impossible to do it. I invite you guys to play Tetris with your 4-way sli on r4be. smile.gif be safe!


Wut? It gives you FULL access to literally EVERY bit and detail to tweak till your hearts content! LOL

Why should I enable LN2 when I use water-cooling, please explain that?
Yes, I if find this mobo boring and not for overclockers, no one will come close to RIVE on 3DMARK by using watercooling on this board with the first two bios released. As I already break to Titans on r4be in a week period you should stop argue to me, my criticism should be take in consideration not only by you but also by ASUS. Regarding my "hearts content" You welcome to remove me not a problem.
Have a fun
Edited by Slinky PC - 2/14/14 at 3:56pm
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