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Originally Posted by Dr Mad View Post

Hello,

1 - disabling the card
2 - dos command as admin
3 - nvflash -6 bios.rom (on the first time I flashed, I had to remove protection with "nvflash --protectoff")
4 - I have to enter "Y" 3 times because there is this warning message :



When I flash back to orignal Asus bios, there's no warning (have to enter "Y" twice before the flash)

5 - after flash success, I reactivate the card and reboot.

7 - GPU-Z gives me correct informations about manufacturer (EVGA for Sheyster's bioses or Nvidia for Cyclope's) and frequencies.
Also GPU-Z reads 1.276v.

Is there something wrong in flashing the bios that way?

EDIT : just flashed again to Cyclope 1.31v and this what I have with GPU-Z monitoring during Valley benchmark



1.275v and 28°C after 5mn (ambient temp 18°)
Should be at least 35-36.

This all looks fine to me. I have ambient 24C in my room - and I don't hit over 40C under load ... no real difference between 1.255 or 1.274v... Just watch your back side of the cards.... biggrin.gif I have fans on them.

JPMboy knows way more than me tho... I'm sure he can shed some light on it - but as far as temps go, this is about the same as me... with your ambient being 18C
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Originally Posted by Dr Mad View Post

Hello,

1 - disabling the card
2 - dos command as admin
3 - nvflash -6 bios.rom (on the first time I flashed, I had to remove protection with "nvflash --protectoff")
4 - I have to enter "Y" 3 times because there is this warning message :
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

When I flash back to orignal Asus bios, there's no warning (have to enter "Y" twice before the flash)

5 - after flash success, I reactivate the card and reboot.

7 - GPU-Z gives me correct informations about manufacturer (EVGA for Sheyster's bioses or Nvidia for Cyclope's) and frequencies.
Also GPU-Z reads 1.276v.

Is there something wrong in flashing the bios that way?

EDIT : just flashed again to Cyclope 1.31v and this what I have with GPU-Z monitoring during Valley benchmark
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

1.275v and 28°C after 5mn (ambient temp 18°)
Should be at least 35-36.

in the dos window shot posted you have Quotes around the bios name... that's not going to flash the named bios.

for a single card "in family" flash:

1) disable the driver for the card in Dev Manager
2) place the rom file in the certs-bypassed NVflash folder.
3) drag and drop the rom file onto the nvflash.exe icon
4) Y
5) enable driver
6) reboot

If you cross flash (bios version IDs are not identical or Vendor name is not identical:

1) as above
2) as above (and use a unique name for each rom file)
3 open cmnd window as admin
3a) type: nvflash --protectoff redface.gif
4) type; nvflash -6 name.rom (where name.rom is the rom file name)
5) Y(s)
6) type; exit
7) enable driver
8) reboot.

TYhe fact that you are getting 1.274V is promising. Do not use the voltage slider in AB or PX. Only the Power limit slider. Your card should hit high 14's easy.

The 1.31V bioses will not run any higher than 1.274V; same as 1.281V bios.

try this one:

cyclops3.zip 150k .zip file
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I've had my build complete for about a week now. I still haven't even played a single game yet. I feel like I wasted money on a second TX haha. Summers here, so time to use the crap out of them. Too bad I decided to take Summer school to finish some units before I apply for the nursing program.
lol- games or a profession... thinking.gif
nah - right decision! thumb.gif
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Ever since Crysis 3 was released, you look at reviews and they mostly mentioned the FPS and performance of different cards and how they perform playing the game, but they do not mention how really smooth and playable the game really is with different cards.

I previously had two 780s in SLI and Crysis 3 ran, and it ran well, however it wasnt smooth. instead it was choppy due to vram limit or such. I never managed to enjoy the game as I really wanted to. Playing a choppy game really threw a great player experience out the window.

This is my first time ever since I bought the game that I could sit down and really enjoy a lag free, choppy-free Crysis 3 and the game looks wonderful. I am so glad being an owner of a Titan X smile.gif
post #8514 of 18242
I had two 780s in SLI and Crysis 3 was smooth as butter at both 1080p and 1440p maxed out with 2x SMAA...
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Ever since Crysis 3 was released, you look at reviews and they mostly mentioned the FPS and performance of different cards and how they perform playing the game, but they do not mention how really smooth and playable the game really is with different cards.

I previously had two 780s in SLI and Crysis 3 ran, and it ran well, however it wasnt smooth. instead it was choppy due to vram limit or such. I never managed to enjoy the game as I really wanted to. Playing a choppy game really threw a great player experience out the window.

This is my first time ever since I bought the game that I could sit down and really enjoy a lag free, choppy-free Crysis 3 and the game looks wonderful. I am so glad being an owner of a Titan X smile.gif

Really a great game... but IDK, I still Crysis 1 and 2 more. redface.gif
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I apologize if this has been covered already, but, do I have to worry about active vs. passive adapters if I am going from 2 of the Dp's to DVI's? My gut says no, because they are both digital signals and VGA(analog) is so obsolete? Sorry if I just handed the bat to someone to keep beating the proverbial dead horse.
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in the dos window shot posted you have Quotes around the bios name... that's not going to flash the named bios.

for a single card "in family" flash:

1) disable the driver for the card in Dev Manager
2) place the rom file in the certs-bypassed NVflash folder.
3) drag and drop the rom file onto the nvflash.exe icon
4) Y
5) enable driver
6) reboot

If you cross flash (bios version IDs are not identical or Vendor name is not identical:

1) as above
2) as above (and use a unique name for each rom file)
3 open cmnd window as admin
3a) type: nvflash --protectoff redface.gif
4) type; nvflash -6 name.rom (where name.rom is the rom file name)
5) Y(s)
6) type; exit
7) enable driver
8) reboot.

TYhe fact that you are getting 1.274V is promising. Do not use the voltage slider in AB or PX. Only the Power limit slider. Your card should hit high 14's easy.

The 1.31V bioses will not run any higher than 1.274V; same as 1.281V bios.

try this one:

cyclops3.zip 150k .zip file
lol- games or a profession... thinking.gif
nah - right decision! thumb.gif

Cyclops3 is the highest core voltage bios?
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Alright. So after testing Stock SC BIOS, 425W / 121% PT, and the Cyclops 3 I have some observations (I'm sure you guys already know):
(1) The EVGA SC BIOS is really nice, just lacks power and voltage.
(2) The 425 / 121% PT lacks voltage
(3) Cyclops 3 is nice, but holy hell the power consumption and heat. Also it seems like this has no GPU boost and voltage is constant at 1.2740. I take it was disabled to have a more consistent overclock using water cooling? My top GPU was around 83 C and started throttling back to 1375 MHz......which is worse than the other two BIOSs.

My question is, is there a Titan X BIOS that has GPU boost and a little more voltage than the 425w / 121% PT? Maybe 1.255 or 1.260 that isn't constant like the Cyclops.
?
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I have two Evga Titan X cards on the way and I have read quite a few reviews and there seems to be some concern about the Vram exceeding 100C. Is this normal and well within tolerances? I read on another site, It might have been here that a backplate only provides about 2c to 3c cooling where as somebody in their forums stuck ramsinks on the back of the card and got a 23c cooling reduction. Any comments on this? Should I be worried? I would like to think I have decent airflow. My 980 SLI idles at 26C and gets up to 60C with 1450 core and 7400 vram. My case is a Coolermaster Haf-X. 200mm fan blowing on the side of the cards, 140mm fan blowing on the back of the cards, 140mm fan just above the top card exhausting
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Cyclops3 is the highest core voltage bios?
The max any bios can provide is 1.274V. Several run that high.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Goloith View Post

Alright. So after testing Stock SC BIOS, 425W / 121% PT, and the Cyclops 3 I have some observations (I'm sure you guys already know):
(1) The EVGA SC BIOS is really nice, just lacks power and voltage.
(2) The 425 / 121% PT lacks voltage
(3) Cyclops 3 is nice, but holy hell the power consumption and heat. Also it seems like this has no GPU boost and voltage is constant at 1.2740. I take it was disabled to have a more consistent overclock using water cooling? My top GPU was around 83 C and started throttling back to 1375 MHz......which is worse than the other two BIOSs.

My question is, is there a Titan X BIOS that has GPU boost and a little more voltage than the 425w / 121% PT? Maybe 1.255 or 1.260 that isn't constant like the Cyclops.
?

Eh - sorry, cyclops3 or any bios which permits 1.274V at load is really not for air cooled cards. 3 is boost enabled and clocks according to the combination of power limit set, load, AND temperature. Boost is set low, you can increase it with the clock offset in AB or PX
Maybe if you set a fan profile at >90% you might be able to run that voltage - IDK.
The stock bios is set to 1.281V for clock 74, but limited to 1.250V in the voltage table, so with the stock NV bios and PX voltage slider you should get at least 1.23-1.24V volts. Probably more than enough for well air cooled cards sandwiched in SLI. I think there's one posted that runs @ 1.25V? was it that folding bios?

anyway - I'm sure we (or you - it's easy) can downvolt one of the 1.281V bioses thumb.gif
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