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ek blocks... wouldn;t use any other. I've had the AQ blocks (very well made) and the backplate heat pipe config. Helps VRMS a bit, not needed for the memory. But overall a light breeze blowing across the EK backplates works as well enough, any backplate is a heat sink and as such offers limited cooling once at equilibrium exception being the AQ plate, it will shed heat much better in a poorly ventilated installation.

The main question to be considered here is if the EK waterblocks can be installed with backplates in single-slot configuration? Regarding the backplates, they are indeed needed only for VRMs but they get hot with heavy overclocking.
post #16302 of 18250
I think I bricked one of my Titans. I have a stock Titan X and a superclocked. I decided to flash the stock to the SC bios available here. Everything went fine with no errors but when I restarted the system refused to boot completely. It would get to the windows loading screen, shut down and restart. Eventually I got it into safeboot and disabled the stock Titan. It showed the flash worked but now device manager shows there's something wrong and Nvidia Control panel won't detect it. I've uninstalled/reinstalled drivers. I've tried using it alone which results in no video. As a last resort I flashed it back to stock and it's still not responding :/
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Tantius when you reflash it back are you doing it in the CMD window manually. I have had a problem with my card where it had protection enabled (sounds like you got past that), and flashing also did not work properly because of installed drivers etc. It was stated successful but did not operate properly.

Can you follow the directions of Sheyster a few pages back (1628 or 1629 he posted on I think) and try again? Basically clear out drivers (use DDU from guru3d.com), AB and flash the card again manually (as described page 1).

I assume you have used nvflash to identify which card is which for flashing as well (if not sure remove the other card or disable it's PCI-e slot if your mb has that facility).
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After some fiddling I have gone back to a lower voltage bios.

It seems on my system my card will Overclock past 1550 and be stable, but at that voltage the card uses a lot of energy.... and that's filling an already hot office biggrin.gif.

For games I'm playing now the extra headroom from say 1450MHz isn't even important @ 1440p - especially with G-Sync, so I've backed it off a bit and now testing which lower V bios I can use to keep it at 1400-1450 MHz.

Currently using 1235mV from Sheyster but I know the card will do 1400 at 1093mV so I'm interested in trying the lower voltage ones he has on offer as well. It's not just core temp I'm looking to drop here as much as the VRM temp.

Of course it's hard to know where the sweet spot is where V = lots of heat rather than performance.
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So I got my replacement EVGA shroud cover for their AIO last month...Finally got around to installing it today. Changes the writing on the shroud to "GTX Hybrid" and it now has a LED, the old shroud didn't.

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Hi,
after several BIOS flashings of my TITAN X, I have noticed that there are some frequencies which I can't manage as initially
Example : for the memory, I can't set anymore 4000MHz. It is now 3999MHz or 4001MHz.

Do you know why and how to solve ?

Should I do this to recover ? :
1. Uninstall AB , reboot
2. Use DDU to remove drivers, reboot
3. Re-flash BIOS, reboot
4. Re-install drivers, reboot
5. Re-install AB
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Thanks for the suggestion! No luck I'm afraid. I dun goofed :/

I've tried the SC bios as well as the stock with those steps but it just isn't happening.

I'm good with an RMA.
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Hi,
after several BIOS flashings of my TITAN X, I have noticed that there are some frequencies which I can't manage as initially
Example : for the memory, I can't set anymore 4000MHz. It is now 3999MHz or 4001MHz.

Do you know why and how to solve ?

Should I do this to recover ? :
1. Uninstall AB , reboot
2. Use DDU to remove drivers, reboot
3. Re-flash BIOS, reboot
4. Re-install drivers, reboot
5. Re-install AB

I did this :
1. Uninstall AB , reboot
2. Use DDU to remove drivers, reboot
3. Re-flash BIOS, reboot
4. Re-install drivers, reboot
5. Re-install AB

but no change...

Maybe it is not an issue....But I would like to know why I was able te set exactly 2000MHz for thr VRAM and now, I am not able to do it anymore smile.gif (Only 2001MHz)
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The main question to be considered here is if the EK waterblocks can be installed with backplates in single-slot configuration? Regarding the backplates, they are indeed needed only for VRMs but they get hot with heavy overclocking.
EK Block thickness + backplate on a TX is 20mm. Again, once a backplate is at thermal equilibrium (it is a heat sink, not a cooler) depending on ventilation, some claim backplates run the components under them hotter than straight air cooling. I have glued a peltier to a BP... this actually will chill the plate and shed heat. Main thing to consider with B-plate is that it can trap heat once it has fulfilled it's job as a heat sink. After that - you gotta cool the backplate thumb.gif
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I think I bricked one of my Titans. I have a stock Titan X and a superclocked. I decided to flash the stock to the SC bios available here. Everything went fine with no errors but when I restarted the system refused to boot completely. It would get to the windows loading screen, shut down and restart. Eventually I got it into safeboot and disabled the stock Titan. It showed the flash worked but now device manager shows there's something wrong and Nvidia Control panel won't detect it. I've uninstalled/reinstalled drivers. I've tried using it alone which results in no video. As a last resort I flashed it back to stock and it's still not responding :/
you have one good card.. reflash did not fix the borked flash card?
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I did this :
1. Uninstall AB , reboot
2. Use DDU to remove drivers, reboot
3. Re-flash BIOS, reboot
4. Re-install drivers, reboot
5. Re-install AB
but no change...
Maybe it is not an issue....But I would like to know why I was able te set exactly 2000MHz for thr VRAM and now, I am not able to do it anymore smile.gif (Only 2001MHz)
If the bios you are using has a modified clock state set for ram, it can do this. Does it behave "normally" when flashed back to stock? if yes, it not the install... it's the mod bios you flashed to,. redface.gif
Edited by Jpmboy - 2/1/16 at 5:51pm
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Can a modded bios on these cards cause driver crashes? I've been getting random crashes in bf4 for awhile now but diff drivers don't help / clean install of Windows and passes 3d Mark and heaven fine.

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