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I doubt there is any space for a Ti... when? What kind of perf and price?

Bah, I can dream!
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Has anyone been able to extract the BIOS from the card? I've tried using the latest NVflash (Joe Dirt Edition) and GPU-Z, but no luck so far. Please post it up if you have it!

If your going down the route of bios modding, let me know of your findings. Till I get this card, it's shooting in the dark / useless as to what I do to the file (if we get one).
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my settings are maxed out at 1440p including 4xAA and usage is 90-95% and its pegged at 165FPS, this is on 5960x 4.3ghz

Scaling 200% that's not 1440p then, just use 4xAA and 100% scaling and you will be pegged at 165 on single card, cant really tell any difference with 4xaa against 200% scaling except massive FPS hit.

Well if people using this overkill settings then i guess 2x TXP can be justified, but that's basically running at 4-5k and expecting to run 165fps, that is pipe dream even with 2x TXP

Im talking about pure 1440p Res with no DSR or Super-sampling

but trees look so fake in BF4 even with 4xAA frown.gif
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So I just had a thought regarding power limits.

TDP of Titan XP is 250W.

120% of 250W is 300W.

6+8pin power = 75W + 150W, +75W base from the PCIE slot = 300W.

Does this pose an issue if we attempt a shunt mod to raise the power limit or am I missing something? Where would the card draw the extra wattage from?

See here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1604477/reddit-rx-480-fails-pci-e-specification/1030#post_25326330
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Interesting. But the "fix" mentioned was a deliberate change made by AMD correct? Is it possible that the Titan will overdraw from the PCI in a similar fashion rather than (apparently safely) via the 6/8pin?

Not going to stop me doing it, but curious of the ramifications. More than happy to lose a motherboard, less than happy to lose a 1200$ GPU lol
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Interesting. But the "fix" mentioned was a deliberate change made by AMD correct? Is it possible that the Titan will overdraw from the PCI in a similar fashion rather than (apparently safely) via the 6/8pin?

Not going to stop me doing it, but curious of the ramifications. More than happy to lose a motherboard, less than happy to lose a 1200$ GPU lol

I didnt mean to talk about AMD's overdraw fix or anything, just that in that post I go over the safe limits used by the manufacturers for how much power can be put through the 6 and 8 pin PCI-E connectors. Well above the 75 and 150w the spec says. So we can easily go over 300W on the GPU without stressing the PCI-E power connectors.

As for draw from the PCI-E slot, I have not yet measured how the Titan X draws power through the slot, so I cannot give an answer on how much it is drawing from the slot or where the slot power goes to. *Normally*, slot power is used for the video memory and display outputs. I do not know for sure that is the case on this Titan X though. Id be willing to say display outputs for sure come through PCI-E, but memory I am not sure about. It looks like it may be wired into PCI-E connectors. I wont have a chance to measure the traces for at least a few weeks due to being too busy to go that in depth with the card.


Either way, overclocking always pushes beyond what specs say are "safe limits", hence that is why they are the spec. We do it anyway and as long as you stick to common sense, and circuit power ratings, voltage limits, and temperature limits then things always turn out fine in overclocking. So as long as we stick to the same thing here, overclocking the Titan X will be fine too. Knowing what parts are used in the hardware of this GPU, I would say safe limits are 1.1v or under on GPU VCore, and 350w or less power draw. Technically VRM for the core is rated for *about* 560 watts, but we need to take transient spikes into account so you usually want to leave a couple hundred watts as headroom for the VRM section. And we have to remember the PCI-E connectors on this GPU can only safely put out about 470 watts anyway.
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When is NVIDIA expecting more stock?, i am considering finally taking the plunge on a ridicolous card at a ridicolous price.
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I didnt mean to talk about AMD's overdraw fix or anything, just that in that post I go over the safe limits used by the manufacturers for how much power can be put through the 6 and 8 pin PCI-E connectors. Well above the 75 and 150w the spec says. So we can easily go over 300W on the GPU without stressing the PCI-E power connectors.

As for draw from the PCI-E slot, I have not yet measured how the Titan X draws power through the slot, so I cannot give an answer on how much it is drawing from the slot or where the slot power goes to. *Normally*, slot power is used for the video memory and display outputs. I do not know for sure that is the case on this Titan X though. Id be willing to say display outputs for sure come through PCI-E, but memory I am not sure about. It looks like it may be wired into PCI-E connectors. I wont have a chance to measure the traces for at least a few weeks due to being too busy to go that in depth with the card.

Understood. I'm planning to apply liquid metal when it shows up on the 19th so it got me overthinking I guess, I actually knew the cables could hold more but wasn't sure how the card would decide where to draw from.

Thanks, and speaking for pretty much everyone in this thread, looking forward to reading what you find when you do get the time! thumb.gif
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Just received my two Titan Xp yesterday. Starting to overclock.

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