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*quietly continues to game at 1080p on his TX while planning to purchase another...*

Ha!!! Nice.
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Amazing price!

Too bad the MC near me closed down a few years ago.

That's probably a good thing, wouldn't want you to get anymore tx's biggrin.gif

Safe voltage discussion is subjective and will vary on a case by case basis, If you stick to the generally acceptable voltages* for air and water discussed on here regularly you shouldn't have any issues. Reduce the risk and only run higher voltage when you're benching or gaming, make use of px/ab profiles for this. There's no reason to run heightened voltage 24/7 unless you plan to game or bench 24/7.

Still waiting on TigerDirect for TX no.2 which is coming in stock today or tomorrow, should put my AX860 to the test. Very excited and can't wait to start benching, watch out top 20 2x sli firestrike extreme wink.gif


*1.25v Air & 1.28v H20
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The Titan X is insanely powerful. There's nothing like overkill and you won't be disappointed.

Overkill is glorious. I am now running 2 Titan X's at 3440x1440. Cards are boosting to 1291MHz on the EVGA SuperClock bios. My first card I have fitted with an EVGA All-In-One cooler, and my second card will be fitted with one tomorrow when the cooler gets here.

Having ALL of my games locked at 60fps with MAX graphics settings and NEVER dipping below it is absolutely amazing.

As far as overclocking the cards goes - I'd be curious to see how much the percentage of performance increase is from say 1291MHz with no voltage increase vs 1400Mhz and 1500MHz. I bet we are talking 5-10fps at most. Totally not worth it on a $1000 card IMO.


BTW: I ordered my EVGA All-in-one cooler from Amazon.com. When I placed the order they told me to expect delivery from June 7th to July 3rd. The next day I got a notification that the cooler will be delivered by May 18th. I ordered mine from Amazon.com after a user over on HardForum posted a similar story. So, those of you waiting on it to come back in stock on EVGA's website might want to just order from amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Hybrid-GeForce-Cooling-400-HY-H980-B1/dp/B00V9BX1GO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1431909086&sr=8-2&keywords=gtx+980+hybrid
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Overkill is glorious. I am now running 2 Titan X's at 3440x1440. Cards are boosting to 1291MHz on the EVGA SuperClock bios. My first card I have fitted with an EVGA All-In-One cooler, and my second card will be fitted with one tomorrow when the cooler gets here.

Having ALL of my games locked at 60fps with MAX graphics settings and NEVER dipping below it is absolutely amazing.

As far as overclocking the cards goes - I'd be curious to see how much the percentage of performance increase is from say 1291MHz with no voltage increase vs 1400Mhz and 1500MHz. I bet we are talking 5-10fps at most. Totally not worth it on a $1000 card IMO.


BTW: I ordered my EVGA All-in-one cooler from Amazon.com. When I placed the order they told me to expect delivery from June 7th to July 3rd. The next day I got a notification that the cooler will be delivered by May 18th. I ordered mine from Amazon.com after a user over on HardForum posted a similar story. So, those of you waiting on it to come back in stock on EVGA's website might want to just order from amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Hybrid-GeForce-Cooling-400-HY-H980-B1/dp/B00V9BX1GO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1431909086&sr=8-2&keywords=gtx+980+hybrid

Going from 1328Mhz boost to 1532Mhz boost I gain 15 average FPS and 12 minimum FPS. On a single TX. In Shadow of Mordor with max settings 2560x1440
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Going from 1328Mhz boost to 1532Mhz boost I gain 15 average FPS and 12 minimum FPS. On a single TX. In Shadow of Mordor with max settings 2560x1440

what was the FPS at 1328MHz? if you were already at like 80fps average, IMO not worth risking the card for 95fps. This is assuming 60hz monitor, if it's a 144/120hz, different story.
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Going from 1328Mhz boost to 1532Mhz boost I gain 15 average FPS and 12 minimum FPS. On a single TX. In Shadow of Mordor with max settings 2560x1440
I've tried that benchmark as well. The scores fluctuate too much for me. How many times did you run the benchmark?

I settled on a 24/7 profile for my TX. 1424Mhz core, 8Ghz vram @1.168v..... return the TX and wait for 980 TI/390x??? Kinda bored already...
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I've tried that benchmark as well. The scores fluctuate too much for me. How many times did you run the benchmark?

I settled on a 24/7 profile for my TX. 1414Mhz core, 8.2Ghz vram @1.168v..... return the TX and wait for 980 TI/390x??? Kinda bored already...

Bored? Go play some games, lol. Or get a second Titan X. Why would you return a perfectly fine video card that will destroy any game out there?

I wont be upgrading anything in my rig until end of 2016 or early 2017 at this point. That second Titan X I just installed put me at that point of "Gaming Bliss" where everything just runs amazingly well.
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Bored? Go play some games, lol. Or get a second Titan X. Why would you return a perfectly fine video card that will destroy any game out there?

I wont be upgrading anything in my rig until end of 2016 or early 2017 at this point. That second Titan X I just installed put me at that point of "Gaming Bliss" where everything just runs amazingly well.
I'm kinda bored in regards to overclocking this card. Very curious about the 390x. That HDM tho.....

BTW, I have too many games to play at the moment and I'm eagerly awaiting The Witcher 3 as well as Arkham Knight. I'm positive the TX will destroy them both.
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what was the FPS at 1328MHz? if you were already at like 80fps average, IMO not worth risking the card for 95fps. This is assuming 60hz monitor, if it's a 144/120hz, different story.

144hz monitor. 85fps at 1328 and 100fps at 1532.



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I've tried that benchmark as well. The scores fluctuate too much for me. How many times did you run the benchmark?

I settled on a 24/7 profile for my TX. 1414Mhz core, 8.2Ghz vram @1.168v..... return the TX and wait for 980 TI/390x??? Kinda bored already...

Really? I don't get much fluctuation at all when running that bench. However I ran it 5 times on each clock setting. Those are the average results for each, on my system. And why would you step down to a 980 Ti? Just because you're bored? I wouldn't submit myself to potential vram limit issues they may be more prevalent sooner than later.
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Let's all be real. the majority of us will be kicking the Titan X to the curb as soon as Pascal is released. I'm more excited about that card than I was the original Titan.
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