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post #16581 of 18291
The best bios for me is the original Cyclops 1, its better on my cards than all other bioses to date thumb.gif
post #16582 of 18291
Success! The card is operational again. I ended up pulling the card out and putting it in another system which I was selling (so hard drives were wiped clean which meant a Windows install needed to happen before installing the card) and then used that systems onboard gfx to get into Windows. I then pulled the original BIOS from my current system drive and reflashed it. I tested the card quickly in that system and it worked! So I then installed everything back into my main system and its back up and running.

As a side note the TX Hydro Copper can be run for up to 5 minutes without any liquid cooling. The card was never on more than that and never went above 60*C from what I could tell.

Thanks for the help... Anyone know why the BIOS may have crashed it? I think I'll keep the stock BIOS for now and just see what kind of OC I can get.

Josh



post #16583 of 18291
hi just a quick question

can anyone tell me if the bios's on the first page are also meant for the EVGA Super clocked version of the Titan X

rig is currently:

gigabyte SOC
i5 4690K
16gig ram
2x titan X SC - under water
1500W psu

i'm struggling to get a stable overclock of +100mhz on +30Mv, card temps are only sitting around 50 degrees so still plenty of room to move. hoping that maybe one of the custom bios might give me a bit more stability to push on a bit harder but not sure how they go with my non referance model card



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post #16584 of 18291
You can flash them on any model Titan X no problem thumb.gif
post #16585 of 18291
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Originally Posted by havabeer View Post

hi just a quick question

can anyone tell me if the bios's on the first page are also meant for the EVGA Super clocked version of the Titan X

rig is currently:

gigabyte SOC
i5 4690K
16gig ram
2x titan X SC - under water
1500W psu

i'm struggling to get a stable overclock of +100mhz on +30Mv, card temps are only sitting around 50 degrees so still plenty of room to move. hoping that maybe one of the custom bios might give me a bit more stability to push on a bit harder but not sure how they go with my non referance model card

All Titan X's are the same in terms of PCB so the BIOS's will work fine on one another. The EVGA SC is basically a card with a tweaked BIOS anyways, aside from that its the exact same as the non-SC version of the Titan X.
     
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post #16586 of 18291
yeah I thought as much, just double checking

I can get the card to around the 1400mhz range before it starts just hard crashing in game
post #16587 of 18291
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I can get the card to around the 1400mhz range before it starts just hard crashing in game

Yes, this a kind of "wall" for this card.
But you can get more with higher Vddc....Depending on your cooling.
post #16588 of 18291
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Yes, this a kind of "wall" for this card.
But you can get more with higher Vddc....Depending on your cooling.

Yup; my "bad" card won't stay rock solid 100% stable above 1410 MHz in all games, regardless of BIOS or voltage. But 1400 MHz on the T-X is about equivalent in performance to a 1500+ MHz 980 Ti, so it's not so bad.
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I can push my 61-64 ASIC TX to max 1490/8200, daily works best 1450/7980, all rig LC'ed.

Had some fun benchmarking latest games, earlier in 1440p, now 4K, hope u like it wink.gif

20 games in 4K ultra quality | SLI Titan X + i7 5960x benchmark full OSD


@Sheyster, thanks for your work, great bios.
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post #16590 of 18291
Guess it's time for goodbyes now.. My Titans are packed and waiting to be shipped to their new user tomorrow. I managed to sell them for a pretty good profit, which I would be stupid to have passed up. For the time being, I got myself 2 R9 Furies until Polaris/Pascal comes out. While I'm sad to leave the green team and especially this great owners club (Special thanks to Sheyster and Jpmboy), I'm also glad to try the red team for the first time. After all, that's what this hobby is all about for me, trying all the latest and greatest hardware, all the time. I will from time to time pop back in here to see how things are going rolleyes.gif
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