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I had to turn down the settings on farcry 4 down a notch my exact same OC with everything turned up doesn't crash on GTA5 and witcher 3. Which game is it crashing for you?

I had also to decrease a little bit my OC because of Battlefront 2015.
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yeah I've noticed a wall around 1392+ with the few TITAN-X's I've had the chance to OC. voltage requirements start to increase exponentially. Makes me wonder how some 980Ti OC cards can boost to 1450'ish on stock bios (or so I've heard, on a friend's 980ti hybrid card). They're the same chip... perhaps the VRMs and power (even bios unlocked) isn't stable enough for the fully unlocked TITAN-X GM200.

regardless, I think around 1143mV-1168mV is around the sweet spot for power/heat efficiency (an extra 50w from 1162mV to 1204mV didn't see worth an extra 50mhz-75mhz). I backed my max boost down to a conservative 1354 after re-testing my OC. (I found running shadow of mordor at 4k res along with OCCT GPU test in error check mode was seeing some artifacting around 1380-1392 at stock volts ~320ish watts.

Also on another note, I noticed the GTX950 has a somewhat aggressive 1187mV-1194mV by default for high boost. Seems like NVIDIA was trying to push it hard. I'm willing to bet the rumored LP/SE 950's are probably downclocked and/or better binned chips at a more conservative voltage. Historically this would be their chance to test a die shrink, but I think porting maxwell to finfett+ would require a complete redesign.
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yeah I've noticed a wall around 1392+ with the few TITAN-X's I've had the chance to OC. voltage requirements start to increase exponentially. Makes me wonder how some 980Ti OC cards can boost to 1450'ish on stock bios (or so I've heard, on a friend's 980ti hybrid card). They're the same chip... perhaps the VRMs and power (even bios unlocked) isn't stable enough for the fully unlocked TITAN-X GM200.

regardless, I think around 1143mV-1168mV is around the sweet spot for power/heat efficiency (an extra 50w from 1162mV to 1204mV didn't see worth an extra 50mhz-75mhz). I backed my max boost down to a conservative 1354 after re-testing my OC. (I found running shadow of mordor at 4k res along with OCCT GPU test in error check mode was seeing some artifacting around 1380-1392 at stock volts ~320ish watts.

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Titan x's boosting to the level of the 980 ti on stock bios is hard. Does make me wonder if they simply cut out or removing the crappy part of the chip when I assume cutting down the Titan x chip into the 980Ti? Having gone through 8 Titan x's cards only my current 3 in use can manage and hold 1450 on stock sc bios on the ref cooler in gaming and that's with the fans ramped up very high obviously. I did notice they perform better on the same bios when under water which is expected as the current ref cooler sucks for cooling the power phases and what not. But you are right my other 5 samples I owned (4 evga sc also and 1 zotac) all seemed to hit a brick wall around the 1400 mark.

not that it matters too much to me now, having three in a stack in ref design rarely means I even oc them, get hot as is biggrin.gif
     
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Might as well go with the best then. And there isn't any variants to the Titan X is there? I have the EVGA SC. So the EK-FC Titan X - Acetal+Nickel and EK-FC Titan X Backplate - Black would be a winning combo correct?

All Titan X's use the same reference design so that combo will work with any Titan X including the EVGA OC. biggrin.gif
    
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I had to turn down the settings on farcry 4 down a notch my exact same OC with everything turned up doesn't crash on GTA5 and witcher 3. Which game is it crashing for you?

Currently it's just rise of the tomb raider, I need to format my comp so haven't installed much other then witcher 3
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All Titan X's use the same reference design so that combo will work with any Titan X including the EVGA OC. biggrin.gif
That's what I thought. Thought maybe someone broke the rules and made a custom pcb while I wasn't looking. biggrin.gif
Just have to wait for EK to get the quick disconnect kits back in stock. Which is a shame as I installed my EK predator 360 this morning and it's not having any trouble with just my 5820k.
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Hey guys I have a quick question running Sheysters 1.236V Bios. With that said I had a previous issue with the cards not linking up properly ... thats fixed just had to flash them again... now to another question.

My cards dont seem to run at 100% in games(star wars battlefront 2015) or even in valley benchmarks.... they always hang around the 77-88% mark.



My CPU is a 4930k @ 4.7ghz... that should not be a bottleneck...

Afterburner does back up my claims as the cpu usage lingers around 44% ingame. With one core using 88% and the rest kind of... sitting between 10-25%.



Powersettings in the nvidia controll panel are set to max power , not adaptiv.



Running my cards @ 1440mhz.




Any Ideas suggestions ? Whats your best BIOS Experience sofar ?
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New poster here. So I've attached two pictures, the first is my best overclock on a stock BIOS. I have two Titan Xs in SLI. My second picture is with Sheyster's BIOS. I'm not sure where I am going wrong, but I can't hit 1500 on the core clock in any way. Even a single point increase on the core clock causes problems (screen turns orange and then off. I can even max out the voltage slider and test with perfect results, but any more increase on core clock causes issues.

I have the SC card, watercooled, with heatsinks on the VRM. Looking for any ideas on what I could be doing wrong. Also, possibly of note, I had to switch from MSI afterburner to ASUS GPU tweak. MSI stopped opening at all shortly BEFORE I flashed the new bios. It runs, but only in the background. If anyone has an idea why that would be the case, I'm open to ideas.

Thanks for you time, been enjoying this thread for a while, decided I would ask for help as the community seems nice!

EDIT: Forgot to add, GPU-Z shows a perfcap reason of SLI/Vrel. I can lower the card settings, and max out the voltage and I still get a perfcap of Vrel.



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Which Sheyster bios? I don't think you need to up the voltage slider with his bios.

And if Afterburner gets corrupted, just uninstall/re-install it.
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The modded SC one. And of course I have tried your suggestion beforehand. Even cleaned out program files to no avail.
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