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This card overclocks like a beast. +250 core with no voltage increase. No stability issues yet...

They severely underclock these.. for what reason i'm not sure. I'm seeing it peak at 80C with only 65% fan, no throttling. Seems quieter than my 780Ti which had a ACX cooler, using the same fan curve.
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Thankfully, I also received my shipping notification yesterday thumb.gif. One thing I wasn't quite understanding -- on the Nvidia site, it lists minimum requirements as 24 GB of memory, with 48 GB of RAM recommended. Could someone with far more knowledge and understanding please enlighten me?? I cannot fathom why that would be a specific requirement (though I will be building my PC with 32 GB, I'm curious).
Edited by Shaolin7 - 3/19/15 at 12:08pm
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Thankfully, I also received my shipping notification yesterday thumb.gif. One thing I wasn't quite understanding -- on the Nvidia site, it lists minimum requirements as 24 GB of memory, with 48 GB of RAM recommended. Could someone with far more knowledge and understanding please enlighten me?? I cannot fathom why that would be a specific requirement (though I will be building my PC with 32 GB).

Typo. My guess is they meant MB for the drivers.
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Hmm? What numbers are you using. I'm using average FPS.

37.7 vs 47.2 = 22.37% difference
51.7 vs 69.6 = 29.51% difference

So I guess my brain math above was a bit low, but how'd you get 25%/34%?

I got X7579 in 3dmark11 extreme which seems about right.

I don't have a clue how you are arriving at those numbers, but rainzor is correct.

If you want the 780 Ti as a base, then it works out to (47.2-37.7)/37.7 = 25.2% faster is Titan X than 780 Ti.

Likewise (69.6-51.7)/51.7 = 34.6%.

If you want Titan X as a base, then it works out to (47.2-37.7)/47.2 = 20% slower is 780 Ti than Titan X.

This is how a review would calculate when claiming X card is a certain percent faster than Y card.
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This card overclocks like a beast. +250 core with no voltage increase. No stability issues yet...

They severely underclock these.. for what reason i'm not sure. I'm seeing it peak at 80C with only 65% fan, no throttling. Seems quieter than my 780Ti which had a ACX cooler, using the same fan curve.

It's it obvious? Aftermarket water cooling + overclocking. thumb.gif
    
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

This card overclocks like a beast. +250 core with no voltage increase. No stability issues yet...

They severely underclock these.. for what reason i'm not sure. I'm seeing it peak at 80C with only 65% fan, no throttling. Seems quieter than my 780Ti which had a ACX cooler, using the same fan curve.

The probably want ever card to be as stable as possible.

Regarding the ACX cooler... I had a 760, 780 Classified and a 780Ti (briefly)with the ACX cooler. Hated them all because they were loud.
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Typo. My guess is they meant MB for the drivers.

Discussion on it here: http://forums.evga.com/System-Requirements-for-Titan-X-m2310062.aspx

EVGA confirms that 24gb is indeed the min recommended for system ram.

"I am very sorry for any confusion as the memory requirements listed in the manual are incorrect. Please however keep in mind that the Titan X is able to run with less than 24GB of system memory, but that is the minimum recommended by Nvidia at this time." - EVGATech_ChrisB

The manual stating 2gb-4gb.
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

Typo. My guess is they meant MB for the drivers.

Ahh ok, thank you Murlocke. Nice to see you are getting some nice overclocks! I was reading about people hitting high temps with very minimal overclocks, and I was concerned that I'd have to put it under water (something I have never done before on any system).
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Originally Posted by Smokey the bear View Post

Discussion on it here: http://forums.evga.com/System-Requirements-for-Titan-X-m2310062.aspx

Two people from EVGA confirm that the manuals 2-4gb, is actually the mistake and that 24gb is indeed the min recommended.

"I am very sorry for any confusion as the memory requirements listed in the manual are incorrect. Please however keep in mind that the Titan X is able to run with less than 24GB of system memory, but that is the minimum recommended by Nvidia at this time." - EVGATech_ChrisB

Cheers for finding that! Repped, thank you my fellow Canuck biggrin.gif.
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

This card overclocks like a beast. +250 core with no voltage increase. No stability issues yet...

They severely underclock these.. for what reason i'm not sure. I'm seeing it peak at 80C with only 65% fan, no throttling. Seems quieter than my 780Ti which had a ACX cooler, using the same fan curve.

6+8 pin = 300W board power limit. Plus thermal limits of stock cooler.

Default is already pushing 250W, and with a >600mm^2 monster die, that power number is going to go up very fast when you start overclocking. Kind of telling when TPU increased power and temp targets to max and performance went up a bit even at stock clocks.

perf_oc.gif

Yes you can mod the bios to go outside of PCIe spec for MOAR POWAH ala 295X2 style before anyone tells me the obvious. tongue.gif
Edited by magnek - 3/19/15 at 12:29pm
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