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Need help with my Titan X overclock.

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

On these settings it passes all the benchmarks just sometimes after the benchmark is finished one of my monitors will go completely white and get a message "display driver stopped working".

The moment i add some voltage from +6mv to 106mv the benchmarks freeze and on firestrike i fail the combined test every time, some times it passes the benchmarks but the score i get is much lower than the ones without +mv. Is there a way to OC this card more or this is the max i can get to.
I was thinking to watercool, use a custom bios etc but if i can't get this beast go faster what's the point?

Any advise you can give me guys i would really appreciate it.
post #2 of 6
You would get more help in the owners club if you post there.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1546747/official-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-x-owners-club/2940_30#post_23727412

But I would just move to custom bios because it seems like you are on the edge of stability and your cards error correcting is coming into play which is why your scores are lower than a lower overclock.
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post #3 of 6
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Originally Posted by KuuFA View Post

You would get more help in the owners club if you post there.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1546747/official-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-x-owners-club/2940_30#post_23727412

But I would just move to custom bios because it seems like you are on the edge of stability and your cards error correcting is coming into play which is why your scores are lower than a lower overclock.

Thanks for the advice, i'll look into it!
post #4 of 6
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It turned out the titan x club isn't the best place to ask questions as posts get buried really quick by new ones.

Do you guys recommend flashing the bios?
I'm currently at +210 on the core +450 on memory and additional voltage +112mv power target +110.
Is it safe with a custom bios to raise the power target to 150% and additional voltage to drop it back to 0?
I noticed during benchmarks that i could raise the core a lot higher and experience no crashes if i could keep additional voltage to 0.(but i i wouldn't get a very high score compared to lower core and max additional voltage).

I still trying to figure out what exactly the power limiter does, some say the higher you put it the higher the card boosts, others say the card gets more power. So if a custom bios allows to increase the power target more than 110% that means no additional voltage could be necessary?
post #5 of 6
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Another thing, i just checked my titan x ASIC quality and it's 69.2%.
What bios do you guys recommend me to use and what's the difference from others?
post #6 of 6
you'll have to look at the descriptions on the bios downloads.

you can also try them out and see what works best for you.
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