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Originally Posted by Prophet4NO1 View Post

Pascal Titan is rumord to be 32 GB. biggrin.gif

That is rumored to be Pascal maximum which won't be realized in practice, at least not in the beginning due to the lack of suitable memory chips. Half of that, 16 GB, sounds more realistic smile.gif.
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That is rumored to be Pascal maximum which won't be realized in practice, at least not in the beginning due to the lack of suitable memory chips. Half of that, 16 GB, sounds more realistic smile.gif.

It's all just rumors for now.
 
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^Regarding the limit on HBM size the rumors are not baseless. First generation of HBM chips will have limited size, bigger chips will be coming next year at earliest.
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Well considering that the application uses the amount available, I am not too bothered with ram. Got 3 systems all with different gpus and the same game never uses the same amount of ram on all 3 systems, and they are all playing at 1440p.

Pretty sure the next standard will be 12gb for consumers and enthusiasts.
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Originally Posted by Pandora's Box View Post

VSYNC should be off in game for G-Sync displays.
Must be on to stick to max refresh rate of screen:

http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/g-sync-gets-even-better

To use this new mode, set “Vertical sync” to “Off” on a global or per-game basis in the “Manage 3D settings” section of the NVIDIA Control Panel. When your frame rate exceeds your monitor’s rated G-SYNC refresh rate, for example 144Hz, G-SYNC will be disabled.
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Must be on to stick to max refresh rate of screen:

http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/g-sync-gets-even-better

To use this new mode, set “Vertical sync” to “Off” on a global or per-game basis in the “Manage 3D settings” section of the NVIDIA Control Panel. When your frame rate exceeds your monitor’s rated G-SYNC refresh rate, for example 144Hz, G-SYNC will be disabled.

I think people have been saying VSync should be off in the game settings but on in the NVidia control panel, so VSync is still on, just not in the game settings. Can be trouble if it is enabled both in game and in the NVidia control panel. typer.gif
    
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ok, will test that.
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Hey guys,

I just ordered an EVGA 850 P2 PSU. The manual states the PCIe cables for the GPU is either a daisy chain 8 + 6 pin or or single 8 pin cable. Would you guys connect two 8 pin cables to the Titan X, or go with the single daisy chain cable?

Also, would the 850W P2 support a volt modded bios for the Titan X and a 4.5 - 4.6GHz OC on a 5930K?

Thanks!
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I used 2 separate cables.
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Hey guys,

I just ordered an EVGA 850 P2 PSU. The manual states the PCIe cables for the GPU is either a daisy chain 8 + 6 pin or or single 8 pin cable. Would you guys connect two 8 pin cables to the Titan X, or go with the single daisy chain cable?

Also, would the 850W P2 support a volt modded bios for the Titan X and a 4.5 - 4.6GHz OC on a 5930K?

Thanks!

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