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First try for 1900 at 0.960mv and then move forward. Having more stable clocks will give you better performance overall with higher low% frametimes. Unfortunately, the stock cooler for these cards is inadequate, shame really because Nvidia could at least try and improve it significantly for the Titan series.

Yeah it seems that a feeble people have come to this conclusion as well.

Also, as much as it pains me to defend the FE cooler (even if I love the nearly all-black Titan X version), it is better than the 2016 TXP. It seems the minor improvements they made between that cooler and the Ti/Titan Xp cooler is enough that it's made a 5C difference in most cases for me.
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How far past is it from 1080Ti? 20%? Just trying to decide between the two.

Does it have DVI? Or would I have to get an adapter for my #2 monitor?
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Thanks!

Maybe a HDMI to DVI adapter will work.
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Will Display port 1.2 do 60Hz 3440x1400? I am using HDMI and DVI so I am making sure I can switch my 3415W over to DP and then use HDMI to DVI for other monitor.

The DP on he cards supports 3440x1440 100hz even. And yes, the card comes with a DP to DVI-D adapter. However, for some reason, my second monitor doesn't like to go to sleep properly, but I have a feeling it's more to do with the monitor itself than the adapter.
 
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So what's the old TXP now? Yes it's basically Titan X (Pascal) and Titan Xp....

Still, the naming is stupid. Would it kill them to just do Titan P and Titan P Black?
     
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I have gotten 2+ Years out of all my Titans. I then sell them for little more than half of what I bought them for. It works well cause they seem to not depreciate as bad as other cards. I have had a few Tis and in a few months you feel the burn on resale!
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post #504 of 1666
Figured it out!

You wanna adjust your curve points in increments or multiples of 13mhz at a time. You'll see offset values of 13,26,39,52,65,78,91,104,117,130...etc

When testing a point on your curve, lock it in by pressing CTRL + L in the afterburner voltage/frequency curve editor open GPU-Z and go to the sensors tab, run Heaven in benchmark mode or simply on a loop and see what perf caps you're hitting. You want it to just say Utilization, meaning there's nothing limiting your GPU Utilization, no bad clocks or insufficient voltages.

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I'm still setting up my curve, but I will post back my values for each step once I'm locked in and fully stable with no perf caps. thumb.gif

Hope this helps you all and is clear.
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Figured it out!

You wanna adjust your curve points in increments or multiples of 13mhz at a time. You'll see offset values of 13,26,39,52,65,78,91,104,117,130...etc

When testing a point on your curve, lock it in by pressing CTRL + L in the afterburner voltage/frequency curve editor open GPU-Z and go to the sensors tab, run Heaven in benchmark mode or simply on a loop and see what perf caps you're hitting. You want it to just say Utilization, meaning there's nothing limiting your GPU Utilization, no bad clocks or insufficient voltages.

EXAMPLE



I'm still setting up my curve, but I will post back my values for each step once I'm locked in and fully stable with no perf caps. thumb.gif

Hope this helps you all and is clear.

You don't really need to focus on the bottom points, just worry about the area where you voltage is unlocked. Usually like the last 4 points before your flat line.

What I do to make things faster is I just apply a number to the core clock. Like +100. I then adjust a few points from there and hit apply.

This is the fastest method.

Yeah, this is because I spent like 20 hours benchmarking trying to figure out if using the ASUS Bios for the 1080 Ti has any benefits at all...
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You don't really need to focus on the bottom points, just worry about the area where you voltage is unlocked. Usually like the last 4 points before your flat line.

What I do to make things faster is I just apply a number to the core clock. Like +100. I then adjust a few points from there and hit apply.

This is the fastest method.

Yeah, this is because I spent like 20 hours benchmarking trying to figure out if using the ASUS Bios for the 1080 Ti has any benefits at all...

So what point are you locking to? and are you able to game/bench with 0 perf caps? Or is that a pipe dream?
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So what point are you locking to? and are you able to game/bench with 0 perf caps? Or is that a pipe dream?

I'm sorry I don't have a TItan Xp, but my experience will translate to your experience since the cards are pascal. I have a 1080 Ti asa reminder. I do not lock because it will just cause power limiting.

Let the card calculate it's TDP, it needs to adjust itself in real time.

Locking a core and voltage give me worse results. The card needs to adjust itself to avoid power limiting, just let it do its thing. I have settled for the following clocks on my 1080 Ti.

2088 Mhz at 1.043V. Not locking anything let me card drop to 2076 to be stable when it needed to be.


Compare above to the following

2114 Mhz at 1.075V. You can see me hitting power limits here.


Just because I'm on a AIO, I cranked out more on the core and had more voltage didn't actually give me better results. Sure the score is higher, but look at the average, minimum and maximum FPS, the 2088 Mhz@ 1.043V did better. I had no perf caps like in the 2114 Mhz.

So I really do recommend trying to stay low on the voltage and highest core you can get.
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Locking a core and voltage give me worse results. The card needs to adjust itself to avoid power limiting, just let it do its thing. I have settled for the following clocks on my 1080 Ti.

2088 Mhz at 1.043V. Not locking anything let me card drop to 2076 to be stable when it needed to be.


Compare above to the following

2114 Mhz at 1.075V. You can see me hitting power limits here.


Just because I'm on a AIO, I cranked out more on the core and had more voltage didn't actually give me better results. Sure the score is higher, but look at the average, minimum and maximum FPS, the 2088 Mhz@ 1.043V did better. I had no perf caps like in the 2114 Mhz.

So I really do recommend trying to stay low on the voltage and highest core you can get.

Thanks for sharing! thumb.gif
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The agony! The wait. I can't sleep!

It's so close. Think I might do my first YouTube video in the am. Why not.
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post #510 of 1666
VRel and VOp?

I'm getting those while playing Mass Effect redface.gif
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