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Originally Posted by xTesla1856 View Post

Just saw my former Titans pop up for sale again. Poor guy is asking 750 for the pair rolleyes.gif

This has probably been said before , but I'm not often at oc.net so i'll just put my 2c in.

I don't know why someone should take such a loss. OC vs OC the TX pulls a long way ahead of the 1070 (until nv keplars maxwell i guess) . An OC TX is on par or bit above a stock 1080 from what i have seen. A pair of TX's is not slow in anything currently - with more vram too.

To sell now to not devalue argument is pretty moot too, i mean we have had the performance level of pascal for over a year now with the TX , so we paid for this level of performance a while ago. If i had bought a 980ti back then to save money and a bought a 1070 now I'd be about the same. The TX has performed great over that time and still performs better than both (max oc vs max oc).

Its not like you get a great feature-set more with Pascall so it comes down to performance. SMP is not ready for prime time and that's about the biggest addition - power draw i don't really care as i don't game 24/7 and idle results are likely close enough to who cares . For the next generation it will matter even less.

I just think regret will pop into mind once they have re-bought.
Edited by Orthello - 6/12/16 at 9:05pm
post #17722 of 18248
Wait, is that the price for two Titan Xs? Darn, that a bit tempting. Those cards are still king in F@H.
 
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post #17723 of 18248
Hey guys,

To put it simply, first time with a Titan X. It has the 980ti hybrid shroud (no more TX ones up in Canada) and it stays nice and cool. Now I've never really overclocked graphics cards but from what I understand this thing is a beast at it.

What can I realistically expect from a stock BIOS overclock? 1400? Is it worth it to use a custom BIOS to reach 1500 (as in: are the gains big going from 1.4 to 1.5)? I'm really scared of messing up my card as I have no experience with custom bioses, and theres no specific guide out there for it as every card and every custom BIOS seems different.

So for a guy like me, should I stay stock BIOS and get it to 1350-1400 or would it be worth it to risk it and flash it given I have no experience?
post #17724 of 18248
~1400 MHz is the common average limit on a stock BIOS Titan X overclock. You will probably be somewhere between 1370 and 1450 MHz with anything more than 1450 being very lucky for stock BIOS. I would not recommend using custom BIOS unless you really need the extra performance and/or are chasing the highest possible benchmark score.

I decided to go back to custom BIOS on my cards after the release of the 1070 because it's now a $400 risk instead of a $1000 risk if one of them breaks, as the 1070 is more or less the equivalent of the Titan X, and at some games in 4k I need all the extra performance I can get.
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post #17725 of 18248
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Hey guys,

To put it simply, first time with a Titan X. It has the 980ti hybrid shroud (no more TX ones up in Canada) and it stays nice and cool. Now I've never really overclocked graphics cards but from what I understand this thing is a beast at it.

What can I realistically expect from a stock BIOS overclock? 1400? Is it worth it to use a custom BIOS to reach 1500 (as in: are the gains big going from 1.4 to 1.5)? I'm really scared of messing up my card as I have no experience with custom bioses, and theres no specific guide out there for it as every card and every custom BIOS seems different.

So for a guy like me, should I stay stock BIOS and get it to 1350-1400 or would it be worth it to risk it and flash it given I have no experience?
I've been using Sheyster 1.56v so I can run it without getting thermally throttled. I run my cards at 1450 just fine. I needed the extra juice for 4K.
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Hey guys,

To put it simply, first time with a Titan X. It has the 980ti hybrid shroud (no more TX ones up in Canada) and it stays nice and cool. Now I've never really overclocked graphics cards but from what I understand this thing is a beast at it.

What can I realistically expect from a stock BIOS overclock? 1400? Is it worth it to use a custom BIOS to reach 1500 (as in: are the gains big going from 1.4 to 1.5)? I'm really scared of messing up my card as I have no experience with custom bioses, and theres no specific guide out there for it as every card and every custom BIOS seems different.

So for a guy like me, should I stay stock BIOS and get it to 1350-1400 or would it be worth it to risk it and flash it given I have no experience?
I used mine in SLI for over a year stock Bios then sold one 2 months ago with a little loss from what i paid..

Then i spent 2 days trying to get a stable max OC with high volts.. I could get about 1366mhz with stock vots and but over no matter how much vots and core would not preform better on benches and in game..
would boost over 1400 then drop and crash ect

Now i flashed to the complete low votes Bios 1.37 and i can hit 1450mhz easy and im going to try get it stable at 1475-1480
the boost dose not drop in game like stock bios use to..

Now i have 1 Card for 4k i need every FPS i can get
post #17727 of 18248
I cant seem to flash a bios onto my second card. for some reason in cmd prompt I cannot get the gpu list up using the nvflash --list command
I get into the c:\nvflash directory and from there it just tells me that nvflash is not recognized as an internal or external command.
any ideas??
post #17728 of 18248
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I cant seem to flash a bios onto my second card. for some reason in cmd prompt I cannot get the gpu list up using the nvflash --list command
I get into the c:\nvflash directory and from there it just tells me that nvflash is not recognized as an internal or external command.
any ideas??

yes, download other version of nvflash. also make sure sli is disable.
post #17729 of 18248
If you're using 64-bit version of nvflash, you should use
Code:
nvflash64 --list

command to call for it. Note the "64" suffix after the nvflash name - the actual name of .exe file that should be addressed is nvflash64.exe
post #17730 of 18248
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Originally Posted by xTesla1856 View Post

Just saw my former Titans pop up for sale again. Poor guy is asking 750 for the pair rolleyes.gif

Wow.. Good deal right there someone should snatch that up. I sold mine for 750 each.
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