Overclock.net › Forums › Graphics Cards › NVIDIA › [Official] NVIDIA Titan X Pascal Owners Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

[Official] NVIDIA Titan X Pascal Owners Thread - Page 87

post #861 of 7589
Quote:
Originally Posted by Captivate View Post

Is that right? I'm getting this with SLI 780s:


Can you run resolutions your monitor doesn't support in this test? If so, I'll try it out for you.
post #862 of 7589
Quote:
Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Yeah. 5960x. I found the exact spot you were. And yeah it's definitely an FPS killer. The comparison testing challenge came after CallsignVega said a 4.8GHz 6700k would perform better than a 4.7GHz 5960x. So we're just testing to see if cores matter or not.

Nice
This was a few years ago with my 3570k @ 5Ghz and sli 670's
51FPS


and 4790k @ 5Ghz
86FPS so i think a 6700k should be around 95 - 100 fps at around 5 ghz
Daily Rig
(21 items)
 
Bench Setup
(19 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
5820k 4.7Ghz @ 1.28vcore / 1.88vccin Gigabyte x99 SOC Champion EVGA GTX 1080Ti G.SKILL Trident Z 32GB 3200Mhz CL14 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
2x Intel 520 120Gb SSD in RAID 0  Intel 180Gb 530 SSD OS Drive 2Tb WD HDD  2x Intel 730 SSD 480GB in RAID 0 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
2x HWLabs GTX360 Black Ice in Push Pull EK blocks for CPU / GPU's 6x corsair sp120 2350RPM 6x Ek Vardar 120 F4's 2200rpm  
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
windows 10 XB270HU 2560x1440 - 144Hz - G-sync Razor blackwidow cooler master V1000 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair 780T EVGA TORQ x10 evga mouse pad 2.1 audio / Hyper X cloud II / Sennheiser Gam... 
Other
EK pump / res 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
6600k Z170M OC Formula GTX780Ti AMD HD6450 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Trident Z 3600Mhz cl16 2x8GB 120Gb intel 520 120Gb intel 520 64Gb adata ssd  
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
750Gb WD Black Sony  F1 Gemini CPU Pot Tek - 9 Fat 
CoolingOSMonitorPower
custom loop two 240rad's xp,W7,W8,W10 x-star 2560x1440  Rosewill Quark-650 Platinum / Antec HCP-850 Pla... 
CaseMouseMouse Pad
Dimastech Mini V1.0 black razor abyssus Razor 
  hide details  
Reply
Daily Rig
(21 items)
 
Bench Setup
(19 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
5820k 4.7Ghz @ 1.28vcore / 1.88vccin Gigabyte x99 SOC Champion EVGA GTX 1080Ti G.SKILL Trident Z 32GB 3200Mhz CL14 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
2x Intel 520 120Gb SSD in RAID 0  Intel 180Gb 530 SSD OS Drive 2Tb WD HDD  2x Intel 730 SSD 480GB in RAID 0 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
2x HWLabs GTX360 Black Ice in Push Pull EK blocks for CPU / GPU's 6x corsair sp120 2350RPM 6x Ek Vardar 120 F4's 2200rpm  
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
windows 10 XB270HU 2560x1440 - 144Hz - G-sync Razor blackwidow cooler master V1000 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair 780T EVGA TORQ x10 evga mouse pad 2.1 audio / Hyper X cloud II / Sennheiser Gam... 
Other
EK pump / res 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
6600k Z170M OC Formula GTX780Ti AMD HD6450 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Trident Z 3600Mhz cl16 2x8GB 120Gb intel 520 120Gb intel 520 64Gb adata ssd  
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
750Gb WD Black Sony  F1 Gemini CPU Pot Tek - 9 Fat 
CoolingOSMonitorPower
custom loop two 240rad's xp,W7,W8,W10 x-star 2560x1440  Rosewill Quark-650 Platinum / Antec HCP-850 Pla... 
CaseMouseMouse Pad
Dimastech Mini V1.0 black razor abyssus Razor 
  hide details  
Reply
post #863 of 7589
Quote:
Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Can you run resolutions your monitor doesn't support in this test? If so, I'll try it out for you.
Hmm, what do you mean? I'm using 3440x1440 as my gaming resolution, any other resolution's result is not really important to me.
post #864 of 7589
Hi everyone,

Quick question for you. I have a 5960x capable of 4.8ghz, and a 6950x that can reach 4.4ghz on a smaller build (with less cooling capability than the main build). Currently the big/main system (with 5960x) has 3 x Titan X Maxwell, which are soon to be replaced with 2 x Titan XP (and also considering keeping a Maxwell Titan X for PhysX, is that a good idea??).

Should I switch to the 6950x to my main system or stick with the 5960x? I think I will test in any case because the big system has some serious cooling dedicated to the CPU and Motherboard only (2 x 480s and 2 x 360s with dual pumps), so there is a chance I can get the 6950x to 4.5ghz if I am lucky.

Last point. On the big build (that I am contemplating switching to 6950x), I have 3 x Acer predator 27 inch 144hz Gsync displays that I run in surround for gaming). I guess this would diminish the chance of CPU bottleneck?

The smaller build currently has 2 x 980ti strix, and switching those in the a few days to GTX 1080 FTW... And running a acer 34 inch gsync display on this (this is the system I will install the 5960x in and it currently houses the 5950x)..

Cheers
Edited by intrigger - 8/5/16 at 3:38am
post #865 of 7589
Quote:
Originally Posted by intrigger View Post

Hi everyone,

Quick question for you. I have a 5960x capable of 4.8ghz, and a 6950x that can reach 4.4ghz on a smaller build (with less cooling capability than the main build). Currently the big/main system (with 5960x) has 3 x Titan X Maxwell, which are soon to be replaced with 2 x Titan XP (and also considering keeping a Maxwell Titan X for PhysX, is that a good idea??).

Should I switch to the 6950x to my main system or stick with the 5960x? I think I will test in any case because the big system has some serious cooling dedicated to the CPU and Motherboard only (2 x 480s and 2 x 360s with dual pumps), so there is a chance I can get the 6950x to 4.5ghz if I am lucky.

Last point. On the big build (that I am contemplating switching to 6950x), I have 3 x Acer predator 27 inch 144hz Gsync displays that I run in surround for gaming). I guess this would diminish the chance of CPU bottleneck?

The smaller build currently has 2 x 980ti strix, and switching those in the a few days to GTX 1080 FTW... And running a acer 34 inch gsync display on this (this is the system I will install the 5960x in and it currently houses the 5950x)..

Cheers

I could end up being wrong but I'd go with the 5960x at 4.8GHz over a 6950x at 4.4GHz for "current gaming." This way you're covered for both multi-threaded games, and also for those that rely on clockspeed. But we're still talking about minor differences here. And the 6950x is more futureproof with DX12, especially if you can hit 4.5GHz. I wouldn't bother keeping any card for dedicated PhysX. However, it can be handy for DX12 multi-gpu enabled games. Because they bypass SLI and distribute the workload as they see fit. So technically for DX12 games that support multi-gpu, even 4 Titan X's can work without issue. Since you look like you have money to throw around...keep that option in mind as more DX12 games come out. The only one currently that actually does a good job of multi-threaded distribution and multi-gpu, is Rise of The Tomb Raider. And to hit 165Hz 1440p, it's already running my 4.7GHz 5960x at 90%+ in certain areas.

But that's a lot of hypotheticals. The new Titan is great. I went from 3 Maxwell Titans to 2 of the new ones. While they're amazing individual cards...honestly...they're only about 33% faster than my old setup. So while this generation of cards are amazing, the limited number of cards you can run in SLI, still puts a pretty hard cap on maximum GPU performance for driving high end gaming. Unless, again, we're talking about DX12, which makes your 6950x the better CPU in all cases, and would let you run up to 4 Pascal Titan X's under Multi-GPU.

Edit: Another idea....test out 2 Pascal Titans and 2 Maxwell Titans in multi-gpu with Rise of The Tomb Raider DX12 Multi-GPU and see if you get any gains. If you do...just keep 2 of your Maxwell cards for now. wink.gif
post #866 of 7589
How are the overclocks on water?
post #867 of 7589
Quote:
Originally Posted by renejr902 View Post

Oh man ! I just played 15min , the difference is like night and day.
Im so Happy right now !!!!!
I didnt believe the cpu problem.
Gpu load is 100% and cpu between 40 to 60%.

So i had to search for a solution in software... I think i will begin to love windows 10 smile.gif

The game runs pretty smooth solid 60 most of time. Battle is 55-59fps.
I dont have fps drop like windows 7. No severe fps drop in windows 10.

The game never gone below 50fps until now. No hairwork, no aa in 4k. Most Others setting are at maximum. I play with vsync on, but vsync off is still playable but more tearing. In 15min playing i saw maybe 3 or 4 very little stuttering, nothing important

Now im happy of my titanx, all others games run flawessly even rise ofvtomb raifer

I just found something great !
I changed PhysX to GPU instead of Auto or Cpu, and witcher 3 run more smooth , no more fps drop at all, no more stuttering at all and fps more stable. COULD IT A PROBLEM to change PHYSX to GPU?? Thanks for answer, i dont know if its a good thing to do that, even if my fps are much better. I will appreciate too if someone can explain me why i get a better fps performance with physx to gpu.

Thanks for answers guys wink.gif
post #868 of 7589
Quote:
Originally Posted by Testier View Post

Run in circle in emerald city fallout 4?

I ran around in Lexington, in Fallout 4. Like I said, haven't really played the game so that's the biggest city area I could find. With all settings fully maxed out, as I entered the city and ran around, FPS would fluctuate between 100fps to 165fps (gsync cap) with a couple dips down to 80fps during sprinting, which lowers fps for some reason. I looked at CPU usage, and the game is very heavily loaded on one core. Not even 2. But 1. And once that core is maxed out, performance can't go any higher.
post #869 of 7589
Quote:
Originally Posted by renejr902 View Post

I just found something great !
I changed PhysX to GPU instead of Auto or Cpu, and witcher 3 run more smooth , no more fps drop at all, no more stuttering at all and fps more stable. COULD IT A PROBLEM to change PHYSX to GPU?? Thanks for answer, i dont know if its a good thing to do that, even if my fps are much better. I will appreciate too if someone can explain me why i get a better fps performance with physx to gpu.

Thanks for answers guys wink.gif

Maybe its another setting that made the better fps performance. It seems you cant force physx to gpu with witcher3 ... Hmmm
post #870 of 7589
Quote:
Originally Posted by intrigger View Post

Hi everyone,

Quick question for you. I have a 5960x capable of 4.8ghz, and a 6950x that can reach 4.4ghz on a smaller build (with less cooling capability than the main build). Currently the big/main system (with 5960x) has 3 x Titan X Maxwell, which are soon to be replaced with 2 x Titan XP (and also considering keeping a Maxwell Titan X for PhysX, is that a good idea??).

Should I switch to the 6950x to my main system or stick with the 5960x? I think I will test in any case because the big system has some serious cooling dedicated to the CPU and Motherboard only (2 x 480s and 2 x 360s with dual pumps), so there is a chance I can get the 6950x to 4.5ghz if I am lucky.

Last point. On the big build (that I am contemplating switching to 6950x), I have 3 x Acer predator 27 inch 144hz Gsync displays that I run in surround for gaming). I guess this would diminish the chance of CPU bottleneck?

The smaller build currently has 2 x 980ti strix, and switching those in the a few days to GTX 1080 FTW... And running a acer 34 inch gsync display on this (this is the system I will install the 5960x in and it currently houses the 5950x)..

Cheers

No that would not result in any real gains. Dedicated Phsyx cards never are really needed and you have EE cpu's so I would skip that part.

3 Predator's would be 8K resolution. Not sure how well 2 new titan xp's will push that that's a lot of pixels. There was an article regarding that same monitor setup I can't find the link but i'll try and locate it and update this post.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: NVIDIA
Overclock.net › Forums › Graphics Cards › NVIDIA › [Official] NVIDIA Titan X Pascal Owners Thread