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I believe in proof.

What I said about Witcher 3 has been repeated by a number of people including me.

There is only so much proof you can have.
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What I said about Witcher 3 has been repeated by a number of people including me.

There is only so much proof you can have.
Like I said, no proof.
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the indium will do a little chemistry with straight copper - it's called an amalgam. It is chemically reversible, but most folks just "polish" it off, thinking it is a stain. Only affects the first few microns on the cold plate.
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http://www.indium.com/blog/indium-copper-intermetallics-in-soldering.php

Just some reference @criminal

Okay. Thanks to you both! biggrin.gif
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I tried Far Cry 4 out just a couple days ago. Generally ran around 90% usage across both cards. Only time it'd go lower is when it was being bottlenecked by CPU/DX11 draw calls

That's why it's so weird that mine is only putting up ~30% usage in that game per card.

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But may be with the Titan its different. We havent see a new tests yet. I see only words or speculations... Gamernexus did a good video on Lanes for the 1080 and they found very small impact but this might have changed now that we have 25 to 35 % more performance.

Don't forget that the memory bandwidth is also higher. On the 1080 we actually had LESS bandwidth than a 980 TI (320GB/s on 1080, 336GB/s on 980 TI) but now with the TITAN XP we're working with a stock 480GB/s of bandwidth which is very high; if you overclock the memory to 11,000mhz you actually get 528GB/s which is MORE than the HBM used in cards like the Fury-X!

That combined with the raw horsepower might just be able to make it matter. My analogy for bandwidth is that your GPU is the pump, the data is the water, and the pci lane is the "size of the pipe". If your GPU pump can push "2 square inches of water per second" and the pipe is only 1 inches in diameter, you aren't getting the full 2 inches per second volume to its destination. Increasing the bandwidth of the pci lanes (pipe size is now 2 inches diameter) will give you a definite improvement, but doubling the pipe size AGAIN to 4 inches will not because you now have MORE pipe width than water flow with empty spots at the top. So in order to take advantage of the even larger "pipe" you need a more powerful "pump" (gpu).

This is how my theory on the correlation between GPU power/memory and the PCI-e bandwidth goes.



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if you have "optimal power" set in NVCP (which is the default) it seem to be able to sleep a card or something. Set to adaptive or max performance


Yeah tried that when it first started happening. I've had it set to Maximum performance mode since i first got the cards, and it's still there now. Just can't figure it out...


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I can't monitor or change voltage on my TXP. I have the latest drivers, latest AB 4.3.0 Beta 4, and am running Win10 64-bit. I've checked all the options for voltage, tried all the difference voltage control, but nothing - it's grayed out and I see 0 mV as the voltage read. Anyone know why? Am I missing something?

Edit: Nvm just got it working... I think.

Edit again: Nope I didn't. Slider is unlocked but not letting me change and still reading 0 mV.

Go into your disk drive you store files on (C:/ or whatever), then to Program Files X86, then to the MSI Afterburner folder, then to the Profiles folder. Inside of the profiles folder you should see up to 4 config files; one that says MSI Afterburner, and some more that say "VEN_10DE&SUBSYS_" etc.. If you have only one card you will only have up to two of these files (i have three for some reason, not sure why), if you have two cards for SLI you will have two files. Go into the top file and add lines saying this:

[Settings]
VDDC_Generic_Detection = 1


Then if you are using SLI go to the next file down and add that same line. You should now be able to control voltage in MSI Afterburner.

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MrT is ready to take over the leader boards! thumb.gif

no resistor mod?

I pity the fool who messes with those cards once he does the mod. tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post

What I said about Witcher 3 has been repeated by a number of people including me.

There is only so much proof you can have.


You're talking about the HB Bridge effecting performance right? Sorry this conversation is spread out so i'm not following it super well.
 
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Like I said, no proof.

I think even if I posted proof you would not believe it.
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I think even if I posted proof you would not believe it.
Wrong.
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I'm working on a proper benchmark video but I thought I would share these since people are looking for benchies. ROTR is at 4K with max settings and FXAA. The second one is an early 8K benchmark with max settings biggrin.gif Compared to my old Titan XM SLI, I was only able to hold around 30-45fps in rottr. Also I'm running 2x Titan XP's at +200/+600.



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No mod yet, CLU hasn't come yet. Can't believe the card does this good with just a block and stock bios.
Yeah man, very sensitive to temps... check GPUZ, clocks hold solid and very minor power throttle in most benchmarks. thumb.gif
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Okay. Thanks to you both! biggrin.gif
you're welcome bro. thumb.gif
CLU is great stuff... just good to know when and where it makes a meaningful difference. Folks tend to think it's magic stuff - basically the same eutectic used in today's "mercury" thermometers.
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I think even if I posted proof you would not believe it.
believe what?
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erm... has the same issue with copper. Folks, copper and aluminum are very prone to form alloys, lol as easily as tripping over the effect in going from the copper age to the bronze age. tongue.gif

We made some tests on clp and pure gallium in an italian forum. After a couple of year, we wanted to prove long-term effects, we verified that gallium does not leave any " mark " on copper.
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believe what?

Scaling in Witcher 3 @2160p using HB SLI bridge and Pascal Titans.

There is upto about 30% gain using HB bridge in the game and the fps are very constant.
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