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not sure if anyone else is having trouble with sli with new update, but i am. just rolled back driver for a second time. running heaven and other synthetics and only one card would work with new driver.
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I couldn't figure out that flag in AB, but it still hits the PL in the graph. And the GPUZ is mostly blue with a few spikes of green, but 134% TDP so that's not working.

At this point I don't really think it helped, but didn't seem to hurt, I still seem to have a stout TXp, so a few bucks in resistors and nothing elese lost.

I have ten .005 and twelve .002 resistors if you guys want to play around - this thing is buried in a working loop and I'm not tearing it back apart to mess with that stuff anymore.

I can't figure out how to make that GPUZ graph stretch out, by the time I got the physics test killed and a screenshot taken, the blue part was about off the left of the graph.


if you install the non ROG version it will stretch
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charlie,

you need to be on the sensors TAB to get the resize cursor and stretch out GPU-Z. it snaps back on other tabs but will keep it's shape on the sensor tab.
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Hi guys,

First of all - hi everyone. :-) Long time lurker, no posts.
Got my Titan Xp on Thursday and yesterday had some time to test it. I've got two questions:

1. What is the average overclock on these? Last week I returned my 1080 ti fe to nvidia to get the titan. I was only able to get +150 on the core on the 1080 ti. This thing seems to be doing +200 stable (not enough testing yet) - is it expected or is it above average?

2. Do you guys have coil whine on your titans?

My last 5 cards all had it - XFX r9 390, MSI r9 390, Palit 1080 Super Jetstream, nvidia 1080 ti fe and now the Titan Xp. Tested on 3 PSUs over the time with not much difference - Corasair CX750W, XFX XTR 750W Gold and now Corsair rm850i. Unless I have grounding issues at my place. I kind of think people who say their cards don't whine at all just don't hear the particular frequency range...

I am a bit worried since my Titan seems to have a bit more whine than the 1080 ti I've just returned... It is almost as bad as MSI r9 390 which really buzzed a lot without capping fps.

The titan buzzes sort of like a taser going off under any load and above 250-300 fps there is also a component of actual whining added. The worst on Heaven benchmark, a bit less on Valley and fine on Firestrike and Timespy. Obviously things like 3d Mark Icestorm, Stone giant or Heaven credits screen with hundreds of fps make it squeak but that's expected. When Heaven starts it's loud enough to really catch your attention from 1 meter and after a few seconds it gets a bit better but you can still hear it a bit over the fan at 70% with your ear next to the case. Granted my case has a lot of openings, so not soundproof.

What's your experience? Would you RMA if mine seems to be fine with +200 on the core? I am worried I may get another one with the same or worse whine and lower overclock headroom.

Many thanks for your help!
Majek
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie View Post

I couldn't figure out that flag in AB, but it still hits the PL in the graph. And the GPUZ is mostly blue with a few spikes of green, but 134% TDP so that's not working.

At this point I don't really think it helped, but didn't seem to hurt, I still seem to have a stout TXp, so a few bucks in resistors and nothing elese lost.

I have ten .005 and twelve .002 resistors if you guys want to play around - this thing is buried in a working loop and I'm not tearing it back apart to mess with that stuff anymore.

I can't figure out how to make that GPUZ graph stretch out, by the time I got the physics test killed and a screenshot taken, the blue part was about off the left of the graph.




^^ This is worth setting in AB whether or not you are doing the shunt mod. smile.gif
did you leave the resistors on? And so they fit under the EK full cover block?
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Yeah, they are nowhere near the cover block, that's not even an issue. And yeah, I left them on - it's too much hassle to tear that apart now that it's in a mITX loop. It would be easy to get them off, just wedge an X-Acto blade in between them and apply heat, should lift the new resistor right off.
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^^ This is worth setting in AB whether or not you are doing the shunt mod. smile.gif
did you leave the resistors on? And so they fit under the EK full cover block?

Power % in AB monitoring options is actually at the very top of the list above "GPU Temperature". It is just listed as "Power".

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AB 4.4.06 Beta or whatever it's called is buggy as as heck for me. It runs OK, but one of the first settings I tried back on air was +154 core +400 mem and 120% power. There is no option to save profiles, so it's not saved as a profile, but whenever I re-boot, no matter what settings are entered when I power down, it always comes back to +154/+400. I've tried re-set, re-entering my settings, re-boot - 154/400 every time. I'll uninstall the thing and put some different settings in there next time, but I miss the old AB where you could toggle through 5 saved profile, edit profiles, that sort of thing.
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^^ This is worth setting in AB whether or not you are doing the shunt mod. smile.gif
did you leave the resistors on? And so they fit under the EK full cover block?

Power % in AB monitoring options is actually at the very top of the list above "GPU Temperature". It is just listed as "Power".
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any entry can be "drag and drop" in that dialogue tab so the order can be different there and for the OSD (can also edit the cfg file).
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Hi guys,

First of all - hi everyone. :-) Long time lurker, no posts.
Got my Titan Xp on Thursday and yesterday had some time to test it. I've got two questions:

1. What is the average overclock on these? Last week I returned my 1080 ti fe to nvidia to get the titan. I was only able to get +150 on the core on the 1080 ti. This thing seems to be doing +200 stable (not enough testing yet) - is it expected or is it above average?

2. Do you guys have coil whine on your titans?

My last 5 cards all had it - XFX r9 390, MSI r9 390, Palit 1080 Super Jetstream, nvidia 1080 ti fe and now the Titan Xp. Tested on 3 PSUs over the time with not much difference - Corasair CX750W, XFX XTR 750W Gold and now Corsair rm850i. Unless I have grounding issues at my place. I kind of think people who say their cards don't whine at all just don't hear the particular frequency range...

I am a bit worried since my Titan seems to have a bit more whine than the 1080 ti I've just returned... It is almost as bad as MSI r9 390 which really buzzed a lot without capping fps.

The titan buzzes sort of like a taser going off under any load and above 250-300 fps there is also a component of actual whining added. The worst on Heaven benchmark, a bit less on Valley and fine on Firestrike and Timespy. Obviously things like 3d Mark Icestorm, Stone giant or Heaven credits screen with hundreds of fps make it squeak but that's expected. When Heaven starts it's loud enough to really catch your attention from 1 meter and after a few seconds it gets a bit better but you can still hear it a bit over the fan at 70% with your ear next to the case. Granted my case has a lot of openings, so not soundproof.

What's your experience? Would you RMA if mine seems to be fine with +200 on the core? I am worried I may get another one with the same or worse whine and lower overclock headroom.

Many thanks for your help!
Majek

Welcome!

1. Without shunt modding and messing with the voltage, I was only able to get +160 on mine. With them, I got +180 and a flat 2050 boost clock. Memory went from +780 to +800, but I think I can push it a bit more. If you can get +200 stock then you have a good overclocker. Mine is average on the core and above average on the memory.

2. No coil whine at all, unless a loading screen is doing 3000fps, and even then, it's really minor. My 980Ti had none whatsoever. Not sure if it's your power supply or not, but seeing as all of your past cards had it, it's hard to believe it's a coincidence, unless you're just really unlucky. A buddy of mine had some really bad coil whine. It was buzzing at normal framerates (~60-100fps), and when it got to very high framerates, it was horrible. I gave him my old OCZ ZX1000, and the problem was greatly reduced. Still a bit noisy at super high framerates on those intro screens, but there was no whine in normal gameplay.
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Hi guys,

First of all - hi everyone. :-) Long time lurker, no posts.
Got my Titan Xp on Thursday and yesterday had some time to test it. I've got two questions:

1. What is the average overclock on these? Last week I returned my 1080 ti fe to nvidia to get the titan. I was only able to get +150 on the core on the 1080 ti. This thing seems to be doing +200 stable (not enough testing yet) - is it expected or is it above average?

2. Do you guys have coil whine on your titans?

What's your experience? Would you RMA if mine seems to be fine with +200 on the core? I am worried I may get another one with the same or worse whine and lower overclock headroom.

Many thanks for your help!
Majek

Hi and welcome to the club! smile.gif

1. The obvious and common answer is going to be "YMMV" (your mileage may vary) but for the most part yes, these Xps will do higher than +150mhz on the core without any issues...my 1080 Ti that I returned couldn't even do +120mhz, for example. Keep in mind though that it doesn't necessarily matter how much you add to the core as your card may still be voltage or temp limited (this will vary) and your max boost may still end up lower or higher than someone else's card...so, putting "+200mhz" may allow you to HIT, say, 2088mhz or higher, but it may actually be a step lower than that depending on your card and could top out at an average of like 206x mhz core. You'll need to test/bench your card to see what your limits are.

I use +200mhz core and +600mhz memory for 24x7 clocks on both cards and they are 100% gaming and benchmark stable and will hit and stick at around 2088mhz core boost clocks + 6300mhz memory clock.

2. No coil while on either of my Xps and I did not have any on my previous 2x 1080 Tis either.

I would probably not RMA for coil whine...but in any case, that'll be up to you entirely depending on how you put up with hearing it all the time...just be aware you may end up with another one with a similar issue if you're extra sensitive to it.
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