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Originally Posted by Deimosian View Post

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
thumb.gif Thanks! Will try this when I get home. Currently running a modded version which Mr-Dark made the other day, rock solid at 1505MHz / 2000MHz at 1.255v, hoping there is some more left in it when using your 1.28v BIOS, that would be great.
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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've pushed mine to 1600/2000 and it was fine, haven't found the limit but mine has a waterblock on it. But usually I just leave it alone on boot, don't need any more than the 1405 it's set to on boot for anything really.
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That's sick, I haven't seen many reach 1600 to be honest (not on air/water). I'm also running it watercooled using the Bitspower TITAN X v2 block. Temps are absolutely the lowest I've seen yet, running under load below 40°C (my EK'ed 980Ti was actually higher).
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I've pushed mine to 1600/2000 and it was fine, haven't found the limit but mine has a waterblock on it. But usually I just leave it alone on boot, don't need any more than the 1405 it's set to on boot for anything really.

Have any proof of this? That's a pretty bold claim.
 
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Have any proof of this? That's a pretty bold claim.

Sure, it's actually not terribly difficult to do, I'm just cranking up the clocks in afterburner, Mr-Dark did the real magic.

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/details/mae37

And just so you know it actually runs under load:

https://i.imgur.com/Dx96Pcn.png
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I did 1633 mhz under load for benching , subzero in SLI ;-) My default gaming was at 1600-1610 mhz chilled in SLI , pair of TXs did that with max temps around -12c.

If i played something like Ori and the blind forest it would boost to 1670mhz 1 card not 100% utilised.

Post 546 has some pics.
http://forums.extremeoverclocking.com/showthread.php?t=363597&page=28

1600mhz with ambient cooling ? , now thats Golden card territory.

MrTooShort has a golden card .. so they do exist.
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My cooling may be ambient but the set up is pretty good, two Alphacool 280x60 rads w/ EK Furious Vardar fans, EK dual bay D5 pump/res, Impact monoblock and Titan X block. Pretty short tubing runs because it's all packed into a Mercury S3 w/ pedestal.

For instance, when loaded up and seeing 36C on the GPU, my coolant is already at 29C and my office is about 25-26 ambient. I've never seen my GPU break 40C since installing the water block. I didn't believe it at first myself, but those are the readings.
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Hey guys,

 

Just a quick one. I am using the GM200 Ultimate 1256mv BIOS in the OP. I notice that in MBT that the Voltages are all set to 1281Mv, is that to account for VDROOP or something ? Just clarifying.

 

In fact I just compared the GM200 Ultimate 1256mv BIOS to the 1281mv BIOS and in MBT all the voltages are the same ?

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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

I am confused by this. Apparently his BIOS is 217Kb which is compatible with the "newer" TITAN X's.

I have a TITAN X bought directly from nVidia on launch day. The BIOS used is 221Kb. Can I safely flash my card with the 217Kb BIOS made by Mr-Dark? I'm hearing great things about this particular BIOS and want to give it a shot (but only if it won't brick my card, ya kno?)
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I am confused by this. Apparently his BIOS is 217Kb which is compatible with the "newer" TITAN X's.

I have a TITAN X bought directly from nVidia on launch day. The BIOS used is 221Kb. Can I safely flash my card with the 217Kb BIOS made by Mr-Dark? I'm hearing great things about this particular BIOS and want to give it a shot (but only if it won't brick my card, ya kno?)

no, the same size Titan-X bios as your stock one only.
    
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