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kylar, when you say bake in your clocks. Do you mean have it hard coded into the bios so you don't have to fiddle with afterburner?

Yes, that's what I'm saying. I did it with my wife's 980s and it's quite freeing. Since I've had these cards for quite awhile I know those clocks are rock solid. Would rather just disable boost and set everything right at those clocks/TDP/Voltage.
post #17922 of 18236
Interesting... how did you calculate the TDP? I'm using the 1.281 ultimate bios with the power & temp slider at max.
post #17923 of 18236
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Interesting... how did you calculate the TDP? I'm using the 1.281 ultimate bios with the power & temp slider at max.

Not really certain, MrDark on the 980 forum made it for me.
post #17924 of 18236
With the Sheyster Ultimate bioses, you can set the core/mem slider to the clock speed you want and leave them. The card will still down clock, but there is no "variable" boost - the speed you set the slider to is what the card(s) run at when under load.

If you want 1450, set the core slider to 437 (1450 - 1013 base clock) and you will always be at 1450 under load.
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With the Sheyster Ultimate bioses, you can set the core/mem slider to the clock speed you want and leave them. The card will still down clock, but there is no "variable" boost - the speed you set the slider to is what the card(s) run at when under load.

If you want 1450, set the core slider to 437 (1450 - 1013 base clock) and you will always be at 1450 under load.

Theoretically okay but I'd rather not use a third party program. I'd like the bios to be set as is and be done with it.

This is the one Dark made me. GM204--1455mhz---Dark.zip 137k .zip file
post #17926 of 18236
Managed to reach 1521MHz on my Bitspower cooled TITAN X yesterday on 1.25v BIOS. Really happy with it. It's currently fully game stable at 1480MHz, tested on The Witcher 3 and GTA 5 @ 4K for a few hours.
As much as I love this beast, I've come across a good deal for a 1080 and will be selling the card with block.
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Managed to reach 1521MHz on my Bitspower cooled TITAN X yesterday on 1.25v BIOS. Really happy with it. It's currently fully game stable at 1480MHz, tested on The Witcher 3 and GTA 5 @ 4K for a few hours.
As much as I love this beast, I've come across a good deal for a 1080 and will be selling the card with block.
Man if I were you...I'd keep the TX. You got an awesome OC there.
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I find the resale value of Titan X to be confusing. A few month ago when 1080 came out, prices dropped to around $600 on ebay, which made sense given that 1080 were better at that price. Last week, auctions were going up to $800-850 for ones with stock cooler, but cards with waterblocks weren't selling. What drives the used market? Other than more VRAM, Titan X don't seem to have advantage over 1080. Is watercooling really frowned up by buyers of used parts?
post #17929 of 18236
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I find the resale value of Titan X to be confusing. A few month ago when 1080 came out, prices dropped to around $600 on ebay, which made sense given that 1080 were better at that price. Last week, auctions were going up to $800-850 for ones with stock cooler, but cards with waterblocks weren't selling. What drives the used market? Other than more VRAM, Titan X don't seem to have advantage over 1080. Is watercooling really frowned up by buyers of used parts?

Watercooling is fine used but you have to keep your stock cooler to up the resale value, people like options. The Titan X was the best so the resale market plummeted as all the "must have the best" people put their cards on the market at the same time. As they sold the price went up with the scarcity. I'm still shocked they don't teach Econ in school. Probably the reason for the Bernie revolution over the Ron Paul one...
post #17930 of 18236
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Man if I were you...I'd keep the TX. You got an awesome OC there.

1080 is on average, when both cards max clocked, only ~15% faster than TitanX. Switching to 1080 makes zero sense. That is also the reason TX maintains the good price comparatively.
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