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Originally Posted by X4er0 View Post

Skip Titan P and wait for Volta, that will be the gamer chip like maxwell is compared to kepler.

I wish I was a patient person. I can't wait that long. Lol. Like I mentioned earlier if I find a Titan X for a fair price ((hopefully with a waterblock on it the same as mine already)) that would be enough for me for awhile.
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Ok guys, just got hold of a Gainward TITAN X and immediately gave it the proper watercooling treatment fitting a bitspower titan x v2 block. Now I tried flasing the 1.25v sheyster BIOS but that one bricked it (guess flashing a Hydro Copper based BIOS to a reference card is not such a good idea lol). Had to use the IGP to reflash stock BIOS. So question; which BIOS from the OP can I use best for my reference TITAN X? (whcih one is the latest and removes/ups power limit to atleast 450W?) In terms of voltage I'm not looking to go higher than 1.25v since the card is sitting in my couch gaming PC, built in a console like chassis, fitted in the TV stand and even though all is watercooled, without airflow, things will get a little hot over longer periods of gaming.
Quick 3dmark doesn't push the temps of the card over 36degrees Celsius though.

Coming from a 1500MHz 24/7 980Ti it would at least be nice if I could reach similar speeds. Currently the powerlimit is the biggest issue. Thanks in advance for any help!
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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post

No way, wait some more after that too. Let's all wait it out!biggrin.gif

I'm not talking about waiting as other people say "wait because there will be a better one" i mean for real get Volta, after that there will be a kepler, pascal chip that is made for Quadro.
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

...

Yay, i got that stupid ***** working. But to come to this solution you need a really huge ammount of weed.

Booting with sli bridge.
flashing bios of the card.
after flashing remove sli bridge while pc runnning.
reboot.
shut down.
put in sli bridge.
booting ... erverything is fine.

how the hell should someone come to this idea. Now i have both cards running on an evga bios 80.44.45.00.90.

Thank you very much for your help thumb.gif
Edited by Geisterwolf - 7/15/16 at 2:38pm
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After bricking it again with a reference BIOS I figured out I have a newer TITAN X wit a different ROM size of 217kb instead of all available modded BIOS versions which are 221kb. Guess I''ll need to fiddle with it myself or ask in the request thread. Maybe I overlooked it, but is anyone running a modded 217kb BIOS?
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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13299128?

Titan Xs and raw muscle ... Cracked 12k graphics score, might have a little bit left in this ambient rig yet .. demolished the highest scoring 1070s ( highest 1070 sli score is gpu 11128 on a 6950x at present). Not going to get to over clocked 1080 level .. might of it it was not for the async thing.

Happy with that , shows even in dx12 there's no real upgrade options out there at present...
Edited by Orthello - 7/16/16 at 6:10am
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After bricking it again with a reference BIOS I figured out I have a newer TITAN X wit a different ROM size of 217kb instead of all available modded BIOS versions which are 221kb. Guess I''ll need to fiddle with it myself or ask in the request thread. Maybe I overlooked it, but is anyone running a modded 217kb BIOS?

I am, got one made by Mr-Dark over in the 900 series custom BIOS thread, works great!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1573308/nvidia-gtx-900-cards-custom-bios-upon-request/6070#post_25267123
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Originally Posted by Orthello View Post

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13299128?

Titan Xs and raw muscle ... Cracked 12k graphics score, might have a little bit left in this ambient rig yet .. demolished the highest scoring 1070s ( highest 1070 sli score is gpu 11128 on a 6950x at present). Not going to get to over clocked 1080 level .. might of it it was not for the async thing.

Happy with that , shows even in dx12 there's no real upgrade options out there at present...

It's now 12112. I'm working on bringing that up.

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/82064
Edited by mypickaxe - 7/17/16 at 10:08am
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Hey guys,

 

I have a couple of Titan X Cards and using a modified BIOS. Now I am facing the age old issue where my card will throttle when it hits 60c which is kind of silly as that is not all that high. Is there a way to stop this throttle by editing BIOS settings ?

 

Dont worry I have just seen the Max Air BIOS

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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post

Hey guys,

I have a couple of Titan X Cards and using a modified BIOS. Now I am facing the age old issue where my card will throttle when it hits 60c which is kind of silly as that is not all that high. Is there a way to stop this throttle by editing BIOS settings ?

Dont worry I have just seen the Max Air BIOS

http://www.overclock.net/t/1546747/official-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-x-owners-club/12210#post_24170415

^ does not throttle up to 85 deg C.
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