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Originally Posted by Bloodymight View Post

What?!

not sure why you would say that wth.gif

Go read ONE review about the Titan X Pascal and you will see there are quite a lot of games that barely run 100fps(not 144) at 1440p and a lot of games are to come which will be even more demanding, especially with the new consoles being released soon.

One Titan XP is certainly not "more than enough" for wqhd 144hz.
Well im already running into CPU limit a lot with one card beceause its so powerful. You show me how much a second card provides at 1440p... oh wait i already have some numbers here:

Witcher 3 27% more performance..
Tomb Raider 14%....
Hitman 35%
Division 30%
Fallout 4 28%
Doom 29%

Thats non OC so with a good OC under water the numbers even diminish further. Not very good scaling if you ask me. Btw in 4k SLI scaling goes up a lot thats why i think its fine there. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by KillerBee33 View Post

Got a delema , running stock 6700K gives me better performing Titan rolleyes.gif
Stock 6700K http://www.3dmark.com/spy/321436
6700K @ 4.6 http://www.3dmark.com/spy/313743
Any1 have any ideas why this may be happening>?
graphics score is roughly the same so not a problem with your titan. a 0.2% difference in a run is totally normal rolleyes.gif
Edited by unreality - 8/22/16 at 6:25am
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Got a delema , running stock 6700K gives me better performing Titan rolleyes.gif
Stock 6700K http://www.3dmark.com/spy/321436
6700K @ 4.6 http://www.3dmark.com/spy/313743
Any1 have any ideas why this may be happening>?
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graphics score is roughly the same so not a problem with your titan. a 0.2% difference in a run is totally normal rolleyes.gif

Besides error margin (rerun your tests enough times to rule that out) there's 1 thing I would think about immediately. If you still have that cpu kraken radiator mounted up front instead of on top it will dump more heat into your case when the cpu is overclocked, causing more thermal throttling on your new titan xp in maximized benchmarks than when running the cpu at stock
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Yes, I play on the Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ. Currently, 4K@60Hz is still the maximum eyecandy currently possible gaming wise until it's successor with 4K@120Hz/144Hz comes out beginning 2017 (They already have it running in proof of concept since 3 months) Single Titan XP handles modern games very decent when put on water with averages close to 60fps but still drops down below. On air, due to thremal throttling you can only reach good results with lots of airflow and noise though !

The 2 titans will not be throttled at all or affected even. The 60Hz on the monitor is simply only capable of showing 60fps but it does not affect the cards in any way. One can choose to limit the cards to generate only 60fps in the software/drivers but again this is user's choice, not something the monitor imposes on the hardware. On the contrary, besides having a flat out continuous 60fps eyecandy with no drops below 60Hz anymore they create the extra leeway for the upgrade to my new monitor in half a year. I'm hoping the new ROG Swift will be 32" 4K@144Hz which would unlock the full potential of a TXP SLI setup.

Since I'm really happy with a solid 60frames for the sort of eyecandy games I play I'm simply maxxed out hardware wise currently but I understand that fps-game people will never settle for 60hz monitors so they will prefer to stay on the lower resolutions to keep the fps to 100 and up. They get alot less scaling though from SLI setups

The 4K@144Hz monitor won't be ready before summer 2017, thus making Volta be a reality much before you're able to enjoy your Titan X (Pascal) SLI. TXP will be obsolete with Volta and HBM, proper Async support etc.

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Originally Posted by Bloodymight View Post

What?!

not sure why you would say that wth.gif

Go read ONE review about the Titan X Pascal and you will see there are quite a lot of games that barely run 100fps(not 144) at 1440p and a lot of games are to come which will be even more demanding, especially with the new consoles being released soon.

One Titan XP is certainly not "more than enough" for wqhd 144hz.

Now, I didn't have the chance to test myself, but - mathematically, Titan X P has a theoretical advantage of min 60% compared to Titan X M if run at 2GHz compared to 1.465GHz TXM. Also, mathematically it has 33% advantage over 1080 at 2.15GHz.

Since TXP does not have scaling losses etc. we can assume it achieves its advantage all the time. In that case, at 1440, I have yet to find a game where TXP wouldn't give 100 FPS as a minimum...
post #2875 of 7589
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Besides error margin (rerun your tests enough times to rule that out) there's 1 thing I would think about immediately. If you still have that cpu kraken radiator mounted up front instead of on top it will dump more heat into your case when the cpu is overclocked, causing more thermal throttling on your new titan xp in maximized benchmarks than when running the cpu at stock

Both radiators work as exhaust and changing anything makes it much worse ,

Temperatures are not horrible with this , 49-50 GPU and 59-65 CPU Running Time Spy +240 +650 and 5 degrees lower on the GPU in Firestrike
Edited by KillerBee33 - 8/22/16 at 7:10am
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What?!

not sure why you would say that wth.gif

Go read ONE review about the Titan X Pascal and you will see there are quite a lot of games that barely run 100fps(not 144) at 1440p and a lot of games are to come which will be even more demanding, especially with the new consoles being released soon.

One Titan XP is certainly not "more than enough" for wqhd 144hz.

Tweak a few settings and you have 144fps with 1 Titan X Pascal. As an example i run Ultra in Overwatch instead of Epic and i have 165 instead of 130. Cant tell the difference in fidelity. This is with 1440P 165Hz Gsync panel.
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Both radiators work as exhaust and changing anything makes it much worse ,



your setup is indeed the most efficient possible case position wise. Yet, your Titan can still be thermal throttling easy if it's running on 1 12/14cm rad only. I would run test with afterburner graph open to make sure it never gets close to 80 degrees Celsius. One test after another from cold (first run) to second and subsequent runs (hot environment) could already yield different results. Then it might have nothing to do with your cpu overclock e.g but rather. Note that you would same see the same max temps in afterburner but lower performance due to more/faster throttling

Also, try running high res benchmarks to rule out any possible cpu bottlenecking
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Both radiators work as exhaust and changing anything makes it much worse ,

Temperatures are not horrible with this , 49-50 GPU and 59-65 CPU Running Time Spy +240 +650 and 5 degrees lower on the GPU in Firestrike
You can easily determine if the gpu is hitting the temp, power and voltage limits in AB 4.3beta. They are in the graph
regarding the cpu thing.. if "stock" is actually "load optimizezed defaults with manual adjustment of the ram freq, bclk spreadspectrum may be different and PCIE gen also (actually, you should try TS with PCIE set to Gen2 - lower CPU overhead). thumb.gif
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your setup is indeed the most efficient possible case position wise. Yet, your Titan can still be thermal throttling easy if it's running on 1 12/14cm rad only. I would run test with afterburner graph open to make sure it never gets close to 80 degrees Celsius. One test after another from cold (first run) to second and subsequent runs (hot environment) could already yield different results. Then it might have nothing to do with your cpu overclock e.g but rather. Note that you would same see the same max temps in afterburner but lower performance due to more/faster throttling

Also, try running high res benchmarks to rule out any possible cpu bottlenecking
Ran few games yesterday for few hours in a 80+ room temperature

This is with different setup GPU Radiator as Intake which didnt really work as you can see.
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You can easily determine if the gpu is hitting the temp, power and voltage limits in AB 4.3beta. They are in the graph
regarding the cpu thing.. if "stock" is actually "load optimizezed defaults with manual adjustment of the ram freq, bclk spreadspectrum may be different and PCIE gen also (actually, you should try TS with PCIE set to Gen2 - lower CPU overhead). thumb.gif
Tried GEN 2-GEN3- and AUTO still works better
Keepin GPU Z running and it keeps steady @ 1844 i think while gaming, Core/Memory and Power @ Stock
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