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@Dasregal

Were you finally able to get your TitanZ to exceed the performance of a stock, un-overclocked Titan X Pascal?
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I just got my new PSU yesterday and am done installing it, I got the Corsair AX-1500i.

When installing it i called Corsiair to ask them a question and the guy asked me why I needed such a big PSU and I told him. He then went on to say that I didn't need that and whoever told me that I needed This doesn't know what they are talking about , in reguards to single rail or multi rail . Haha i just laughed at him and hung up.

Anyways I am going to test now .... stay tuned !
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Originally Posted by 8051 View Post

@Dasregal

Were you finally able to get your TitanZ to exceed the performance of a stock, un-overclocked Titan X Pascal?

rolleyes.gif No chance, but I came pretty close. My highest GPU score was 26500 and a stock Titan XP does about 28000. That's only 5% slower. However I found a Firestrike result with an overclocked Titan XP and the same CPU platform and clocks I use.
He got 29744p GPU score, so that's about 12% faster then my card.
I am really happy over all, I would have never guessed to come that close to the XP. biggrin.gif
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I just got my new PSU yesterday and am done installing it, I got the Corsair AX-1500i.

When installing it i called Corsiair to ask them a question and the guy asked me why I needed such a big PSU and I told him. He then went on to say that I didn't need that and whoever told me that I needed This doesn't know what they are talking about , in reguards to single rail or multi rail . Haha i just laughed at him and hung up.

Anyways I am going to test now .... stay tuned !
Sad to here that the tech guy at corsair doesn't know his ****. I want to see your system break the 50k gpu score barrier. biggrin.gif Hard to do, but not impossible.
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ok throw me a few tested bios and BEST bios you think I should try? I passed out , just woke up lol..........and am about to test these babies with NEW PSU!!

and what settings ya think i should try first? i am going to try to ones you posted but thought maybe you done more testing?
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ok throw me a few tested bios and BEST bios you think I should try? I passed out , just woke up lol..........and am about to test these babies with NEW PSU!!

and what settings ya think i should try first? i am going to try to ones you posted but thought maybe you done more testing?

so glad some people are actually playing around with the Z... I might have another coming my way

I did want the EVGA HC bios but could never find one about a year ago

how are you guys flashing them? I didn't want to risk it because one guy tried it in this thread and borked it

I have a waterblock I could play with, are you guys watercooled or on air?
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i7-6700k 4.8 24/7 Asus Impact VIII / Swiftech Apogee XL SeaHawk EK X 1080 Ti G Skill Trident Z 4000mhz C18 16GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingMonitor
INTEL 750 400GB U.2 SanDisk Extreme Pro 960GB EK D5 PWM Acer X34A 
KeyboardPowerCaseAudio
Cyborg S.T.R.I.K.E 7 EVGA 750 G2 In-Win D-Frame Mini Meridian Explorer 
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Hard DriveCoolingMonitorPower
240gb OCZ SSD Swiftech H220 Asus VG278HV 144hz 1080p RM850 
Case
Fractal Design R4 
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i7 4790k @ 4.6Ghz 1.23v L419B655 HERO 7 GTX 780 Ti Matrix / Acetal Nickel GTX 780 Ti Matrix / Acetal Nickel 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveMonitor
16GB XTREEM LV 2600Mhz C10 4 x 4GB 840 PRO 256GB Samsung 1TB F3 Asus ROG swift PG278Q 27'' 144Hz 
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post #546 of 547
Water-cooling FTW and I have now done this on 3 titan Z cards and countless reflashs........so no worries. Just follow the video and info in DasRegals post and you will be good to go.,

I actually have one for sale if you make me an offer...its never been OCed and is in mint condition. Never been used actually.
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Originally Posted by Hermit2001 View Post

I have just finished an Ncase M1 build, with Titan Z as well!

Ncase M1 v4
ASRock X99E-ITX/ac
Core i7 5820K
[placeholder] bundled ASRock fan
EVGA GTX Titan Z SC
Samsung SM951 256GB NVME
[placeholder] Silverstone SX500-LG
[placeholder] Crucial DDR4 2133MHz 8GB
Silverstone PP05-E
Silverstone CP11

Needs some work but shall be a beast when completely finished. I would suggest though, that your PSU will not fit... (apologies for the terrible photo quality, was a last minute thing)

Also, you will probably need the Silverstone PP05-E cable kit and Silverstone CP11 SATA cables as it is all a very tight build.

Any way, cannot wait for the 700W SFX-L to be released. Will do some serious overclocking when that and my cooler arrive (Corsair H100i).

I would like to ask if you can take some more pics of this system. Specifically the backside showing (with the back cover removed) how you tucked in the 24-pin and 8-pin power cables. Thanks!
Edited by Ninjawithagun - 4/19/17 at 9:54am
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