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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

I can see why you would have issues @ 2gb. I have 2 980s and yes I have ultra textures installed and yes my vram usage is maxed out constantly in som. There is an OCCASIONAL hitch if I spin the camera too fast as yes this game on ultra will exceed 4gb. However, it is perfectly playable and smooth for the most part, I am sure just about every 980 owner can attest to this. Consoles have shared ram, so I hardly take that into consideration. Everyone is quick to jump on the vram train since the titan x got rumored. Plenty of people felt 8gb on the 290x was overkill and unnecessary yet all of a sudden we need 8gb or more. This is the same train as 2012 when everyone was saying 2gb vram wasn't enough and 4gb was future proof and needed. That may have been true, but what games can my old 4gb 680 sli run smoothly while using 4gb of vram? NONE. We will run out of gpu power way before we can go over 4gb steadily and only in a few rare cases would that not be the case.

8gb 290x vs 4gb 980 @ 4k

http://www.tweaktown.com/tweakipedia/71/nvidia-geforce-gtx-980-sli-vs-radeon-r9-290x-8gb-4k-amd-fx-9590/index.html

See how much that additional 4gb really matters? Almost none.
Please don't quote benchmarks for SOM. Everyone with any sort of experience knows that these are run by the build-in benchmark application and does not truly show the actual vram use with stuttering in the game itself.
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Here's another example from Anandtech.

As you can see, the biggest problem comes from having a larger PSU than you need, as your system will idle with terrible efficiency.

Loading your PSU beyond 50% up to 100% makes a very negligible difference however.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/2624/3

That article is a bit dated (2008). I agree that it's probably not necessary to get a 1600w PSU to run two T-X cards on air (or even water), but it's always nice to have some elbow room. thumb.gif
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Is this titan x overclock good?

Power Target 110%
Temp Target 88 Degrees C
GPU clock offset +245 MHz
Mem clock offset +400 MHz
Voltage + 37Mv
Fan speed update period 1000ms

Do you think is better to drop my gpu core from +245 to +200 and raise the voltage to +100mv like in the guru3d overclock?
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Got mine up and under water all at stock. Boosts to around 1215mhz, does not go over 33 degrees in temps. My ASIC is 78.3% which is pretty good. Will play some games to burn the card in and then i will OC it. Then i will flash it with a 425w TDP bios. Not recommended for people on air!!

Firestrike first run at stock.
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/6396708
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Is this titan x overclock good?

Power Target 110%
Temp Target 88 Degrees C
GPU clock offset +245 MHz
Mem clock offset +400 MHz
Voltage + 37Mv
Fan speed update period 1000ms

Do you think is better to drop my gpu core from +245 to +200 and raise the voltage to +100mv like in the guru3d overclock?

Every GPU is different. If you're stable with those settings, then roll with it. thumb.gif The settings they used do not apply to you.
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Every GPU is different. If you're stable with those settings, then roll with it. thumb.gif The settings they used do not apply to you.

Thanks for the advice! I'm currently very stable and my temps never exceed 74c on benchmarks. My gpu fan reaches up to 85% though.
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They're finally here! Damn these are even nicer looking in person than in the pictures. The build quality is definitely great. First quick and dirty run: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/6397095 ASICs are 77% and 70%. Was hoping they'd both be closer together but we'll see how they clock.


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Please don't quote benchmarks for SOM. Everyone with any sort of experience knows that these are run by the build-in benchmark application and does not truly show the actual vram use with stuttering in the game itself.
IMO, most of the time any difference between min fps in any of these tests (or true gaming for that matter) is more an issue of driver optimization and (sub)system speed than VGA hardware when you start comparing top-end GPUs like 980s and 290x's. But why would any core manufacturer REALLY optimize drivers (and likely double fps across the board) when we just buy new cards in that pursuit? If it was your business which would you do? rolleyes.gif

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The stock SC BIOS is a bit different and is much better IMHO.

1. Boost limit removed by EVGA
2. Boost table is more aggressive
3. Base clock +127 MHz.

I recommend everyone use this BIOS just for #1 above, and better yet use the modded SC BIOS. Without touching PX or anything else, TDP limit is min of 350w.

Myself and at least one other person who posted in this thread have achieved the exact same max. OC with Cyclops and the SC 425 BIOS, FWIW.

so how much difference would i see if i flashed my card to the SC none modded?
thinking of waitting untill they get some in stock them exchanging mine for the evga SC card as im thinking of getting one more for SLI
cant seem to figure out the flashing (i can run command as admin but it just says C/windows/system23> thats the only way i can get into command prom as admin) win 8.1
and my card cost £885 thats $1317 lol dont really want to void the warranty
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shipping from slovenia

And still a heck of a lot cheaper than ordering from performance-pcs.. biggrin.gif
Edited by wholeeo - 3/27/15 at 12:30pm
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