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Really? I thought they were the most accurate ones. Could you elaborate why you find them not trust worthy? Maybe I missed something.

1) They routinely comment on the subjective relative "smoothness" of multi-GPU results yet steadfastly refuse to do any objective measurements to back up their statements (e.g. FCAT, frametimes, etc). To a lesser extent, they do this with their single GPU analysis via their "highest playable settings" metric. Extreme subjectivity everywhere.
2) They routinely make conclusions which do not follow in any obvious way from the data they present
3) They ignore all criticism of these things in their forum(s)

So I flat out refuse to trust them. I think they're the most arrogant and untrustworthy reviewers on the internet.

This was the straw that broke the camel's back for me, an absolutely atrocious review of GTX 780 SLI where their final conclusion was explicitly contradicted by their data and where they resolutely ignored that fact being pointed out. I can't trust reviewers who do things like that.
Edited by BigMack70 - 5/30/16 at 7:43pm
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Well. I notice that conclusion is often out of context not only on [H]. I basically never take it seriously. Just read the text. Where else would you find out that MSI Godlike mobo has over 500µs of DPC latency for example? That's valuable.
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I do not trust the text of reviews where data and text contradict, and where text is often left willfully unsubstantiated by data.
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I could use some advice and assistance.

I flashed the bios from my EVGA SC TX into my ASUS non-SC TX.

But whatever modded bios I put in the asus, it only works for the original asus bios. Otherwise, it just has the "!" icon on it in the device manager, shooting a code 34.

I've disabled the second card always before flashing, ran cmd as admin, uninstalled drivers with DDU and did fresh NV driver installs. Running Win10. Used Nvflash v 5.206

Any help is appreciated. I am not new to flashing modded bios but do not mod bios files myself. SO, is there something I am missing?
post #17575 of 18287
Check the size of the bios you're trying to flash vs original bios from your Asus Titan. If they're different, then you can't flash it, as it is not compatible. I've stumbled into this too just yesterday and was very puzzled before I figured out what's wrong. wth.gif Most modded bioses found online is ~220KB, while mine was ~216KB. I had to mod it myself to get what I need and be able to flash it into the card.
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Check the size of the bios you're trying to flash vs original bios from your Asus Titan. If they're different, then you can't flash it, as it is not compatible. I've stumbled into this too just yesterday and was very puzzled before I figured out what's wrong. wth.gif Most modded bioses found online is ~220KB, while mine was ~216KB. I had to mod it myself to get what I need and be able to flash it into the card.

Thanks for the reply. Yes, the size of the original ASUS bios is 217KB while the modded ones are 221KB. But I've never come across this size difference issue before.
Did you get the asus titan x recently too?
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I've got EVGA SC. I think that newer Titans for some reason have slightly different bioses from the old ones. The bios version number is different too - extracted from my EVGA SC was 84.00.45.00.90, while most modded bioses I've seen have 84.00.1F.00.90.
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I've got EVGA SC. I think that newer Titans for some reason have slightly different bioses from the old ones. The bios version number is different too - extracted from my EVGA SC was 84.00.45.00.90, while most modded bioses I've seen have 84.00.1F.00.90.

Yep, the numbers match what I am seeing. Could you point me to a resource where I can learn how to mod my own bios file?
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hi all wondering if anyone can help me i flashed my titan x and all works well overclocks good but i can no longer control fans no program is able to set the speed of them i've flashed back stock and still no fan control evga precision x 16 reports fan speed as 810811RP which is obviously wrong, i would say at most fan is spinning at 40%

anyone any ideas?
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hi all wondering if anyone can help me i flashed my titan x and all works well overclocks good but i can no longer control fans no program is able to set the speed of them i've flashed back stock and still no fan control evga precision x 16 reports fan speed as 810811RP which is obviously wrong, i would say at most fan is spinning at 40%

anyone any ideas?

Sorry for this obvious question but did you do a DDU+fresh NV driver install? And reinstall your Afterburner or EVGA PX after clean uninstalling them.
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