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Eraser putty?

edit: what about a thin adhesive thermal pad?

Both good ideas i think. thumb.gif
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Hmm, looks like I can put on the CLU very thin, so it should stay put I think.

Awesome.
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Hi is voltage unlocked for Titan x p in afterburner ? Can't seem to use it ?
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Just got my Titan XP even though I ordered it on Monday AM and chose overight AM delivery (2 days for Nvidia to ship and 2 days for FedEx to deliver). First world problems I guess lol.

Interestingly enough my Titan XP beneifts more from memory overclocks versus core overclocks.

Unigine Valley 4K Ultra x8 AA. 100% fan speed. Computer specs below.

Stock boost speeds: 1822 boost, 1784 final, 67C, 44.2 FPS
+270 max overclock: 2100 boost, 2050 final, 70C, 46.8 FPS
+2.6 FPS or +5.7% increase

+800 memory overlock (11.6 Ghz): 2100 boost, 2037 final, 73C, 51.1FPS
+4.3 FPS or +8.8% increase

Can't wait to get an EVGA AIO water cooler on this thing. I used MSI afterburner but I've been using EVGA precision for years. I couldn't find a way to unlock the slider bar to increase core voltage. I even went into the settings and checked the "unlock core volatage" box.
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Both good ideas i think. thumb.gif
Awesome.

I think I'll use some eraser putty to make a small form around it to prevent any over spill to places it shouldn't go, then use a adhesive thermal pad to cover it up now that I think about it.
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Hi is voltage unlocked for Titan x p in afterburner ? Can't seem to use it ?

I don't think it works yet. The option is there but it does not turn it on.
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Evga precision doesn't support Titan x pascal yet I couldn't start the programs I get this msg only gtx 1060 1070 1080 is supported
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1080 Ti to be announced very soon? Youtubers at a Nvidia event in Europe. Notice the Nvidia logo and the number 10 in the background in the image below.


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Questions:

1. Memory modules on the back of the card like old titan or all on the front this time?

2. Hunting down some fujipoly extreme and I can't remember for the life of me how much I need per card. Something like 350 mm^2 of the 1mm thickness for the memory modules and another 200 mm^2 of the .5 for the VRM, then (since I'm using the stock backplate and not waiting another month, that would be another 300mm^2 of the 3mm thickness per card, that sound about right?
post #1820 of 7600
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Just got my Titan XP even though I ordered it on Monday AM and chose overight AM delivery (2 days for Nvidia to ship and 2 days for FedEx to deliver). First world problems I guess lol.

Interestingly enough my Titan XP beneifts more from memory overclocks versus core overclocks.

Unigine Valley 4K Ultra x8 AA. 100% fan speed. Computer specs below.

Stock boost speeds: 1822 boost, 1784 final, 67C, 44.2 FPS
+270 max overclock: 2100 boost, 2050 final, 70C, 46.8 FPS
+2.6 FPS or +5.7% increase

+800 memory overlock (11.6 Ghz): 2100 boost, 2037 final, 73C, 51.1FPS
+4.3 FPS or +8.8% increase

Can't wait to get an EVGA AIO water cooler on this thing. I used MSI afterburner but I've been using EVGA precision for years. I couldn't find a way to unlock the slider bar to increase core voltage. I even went into the settings and checked the "unlock core volatage" box.

+1 for a couple of your points.

If NVIDIA isn't going to allow Evga to sell the Titan xp then they should develop their own software and include it with the card. I can't imagine Evga being motivated to include support for a card they don't even sell. With the being said, I've used precision since I bought my gtx 275 so it's hard switching over to afterburner. Hopefully Evga will add support out of the kindness of their hearts?

I'm also waiting for the official Evga Titan xp hybrid upgrade kit. They're just now getting the 1080/1070 hybrids out so we probably still have another month or two. This card gets incredibly hot compared to the OG Titan.

Also, lucky you! I have two Titan Xp in sli but I'm maxing out at +175mhz on the core and +400mhz on the memory. Anything 50mhz higher and BF4 and TimeSpy crash.
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