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I will almost certainly buy a Titan "P" on release day. FWIW the best of the 3 Titan X's I had ASIC-wise was from nVidia direct (75.5). That card was game stable at 1405 undervolted to 1.15v. It could hit 1500 at 1.274v.
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Sooo hey guys I was just wondering if these temps are at all valid.


Running a 4930k @ 4.7ghz and Titan X in SLI one Loop with two D5 Pumps.
One Pump running the water from the reservoir to 480rad then to my gpus from there my second pump carries the water to my cpu then to my 360 Rad.

SO in totall I have 840 rad "survice" all set on a push configuration.

Blocks I am using are EK-Full Cover Blocks , I think Acetal.

My GPUS reach 51 degrees celcius under full load never exeeded that temperature. running them at 1450Mhz at 1.237V/1.242V.


My room temp is around 22-25 degrees Celcius. Keep in mind the cpu is a Ivy-bridge sooo those suckers... produce an obsene amount of heat after a certain OC threshhold.



Kind Regards

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IMHO you're not going to much better GPU temps in one loop; that 4.7 GHz 4930K is probably the limiting factor.
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Looking at the many reviews online of Ti and Tx the FPS counts are usually within 5, for 300$ difference I would have waited personally. I had no faith in them releasing the Ti. Now I am happy with it, it benches pretty high, but I am not seeing the FPS numbers others are, Titania why when I am done putting the loop together I will try every Bios.
And I do use 1440p and for me the only wait to play is at ultra.
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Looking at the many reviews online of Ti and Tx the FPS counts are usually within 5, for 300$ difference I would have waited personally. I had no faith in them releasing the Ti. Now I am happy with it, it benches pretty high, but I am not seeing the FPS numbers others are, Titania why when I am done putting the loop together I will try every Bios.
And I do use 1440p and for me the only wait to play is at ultra.

Those benchmarks are at 1200ish boost clocks on TX vs 1400ish on Ti. Typical TX will do 1400-1500 with OC. Ti wont do any faster. Clock for clock, they are not that close. And at 5760x1080 I am over 6GB VRAM on some game I play. 4K users will need more yet.

In the end it does not really matter. I have the solution I want at a price I was willing to pay. And it really does not matter weather or not you think it's worth it or not. I do, and I can afford it. Simple as that.
 
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But seeing how the nvidia screwed us over with the Ti 3 month after the Tx, I doubt many will jump on the next Titan right away.

I bought my TitanXs after I bought my 980Ti.
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I got mine after getting fed up with waiting for 980Ti's to launch in Switzerland and after having nothing but issues with a MSi 980Ti 6G. So far, my Titan Experience has been amazing, and I plan to stick with the series.
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Those benchmarks are at 1200ish boost clocks on TX vs 1400ish on Ti. Typical TX will do 1400-1500 with OC. Ti wont do any faster. Clock for clock, they are not that close. And at 5760x1080 I am over 6GB VRAM on some game I play. 4K users will need more yet.

In the end it does not really matter. I have the solution I want at a price I was willing to pay. And it really does not matter weather or not you think it's worth it or not. I do, and I can afford it. Simple as that.

That's what I don't get about 95% of the reviews and benchmarking going on with the major sites and channels. You see huge overclocks (air and water) for the 980 Ti, while the TITAN X is almost always running with the stock cooler and no overclock. I don't know about you, but I didn't spend over a grand on a TITAN X to baby it. In a few years, it will be close to worthless anyway, so why put it on mothballs?

Anyway, I was playing Black Ops 3 the other day in 1440p and the VRAM was exceeding 10.5 GB. I figure it's just dumping textures in there for later use, but still...10.5GB!
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That's what I don't get about 95% of the reviews and benchmarking going on with the major sites and channels. You see huge overclocks (air and water) for the 980 Ti, while the TITAN X is almost always running with the stock cooler and no overclock. I don't know about you, but I didn't spend over a grand on a TITAN X to baby it. In a few years, it will be close to worthless anyway, so why put it on mothballs?

Anyway, I was playing Black Ops 3 the other day in 1440p and the VRAM was exceeding 10.5 GB. I figure it's just dumping textures in there for later use, but still...10.5GB!

Black OPS 3 SLI, two cards, graphic settings maxed out, 4k, both cards top out at 9.5GB and stay around 9.3GB. drool.gif
    
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GTA V in triple screen maxed out 8x AA, around 10-11GB VRAM. At 4x AA 6-8 GB VRAM.
 
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GTA V in triple screen maxed out 8x AA, around 10-11GB VRAM. At 4x AA 6-8 GB VRAM.

I changed the Nvidia settings, 2x SuperSample, maxed out rest of settings, VSync on so I can use GSync, framerate capped at 59 FPS, 4k, 9.8GB both cards. gunner.gif
    
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