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post #511 of 1662
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Thanks for sharing! thumb.gif

Yeah, I'm really tired of all this crap now... I want to actually play a game for once instead of testing and benching. But I have finally proved that the ASUS Bios just doesn't do anything beneficial. Only the shunt mod will.

The ASUS bios runs like crap on the FE. Anyone that things they're getting better results better do some thorough testing.
post #512 of 1662
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

VRel and VOp?

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

Those are voltage I believe. Save your log out at the bottom right and look at the perf cap column. There will be numbers, and this is what they mean.

/*!
* Power. Indicating perf is limited by total power limit.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_POWER = 1,
/*!
* Thermal. Indicating perf is limited by temperature limit.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_THERMAL = 2,
/*!
* Reliability. Indicating perf is limited by reliability voltage.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_RELIABILITY = 4,
/*!
* Operating. Indicating perf is limited by max operating voltage.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_OPERATING = 8,
/*!
* Utilization. Indicating perf is limited by GPU utilization.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_UTILIZATION = 16,

EDIT: Here's this too.

vRel = Reliability. Indicating perf is limited by reliability voltage.
VOp = Operating. Indicating perf is limited by max operating voltage.
Pwr = Power. Indicating perf is limited by total power limit.
Thrm = Thermal. Indicating perf is limited by temperature limit.
Util = Utilization. Indicating perf is limited by GPU utilization.

You can possibly add some more voltage, but try to not add too much or you will then hit Pwr.
post #513 of 1662
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Those are voltage I believe. Save your log out at the bottom right and look at the perf cap column. There will be numbers, and this is what they mean.

/*!
* Power. Indicating perf is limited by total power limit.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_POWER = 1,
/*!
* Thermal. Indicating perf is limited by temperature limit.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_THERMAL = 2,
/*!
* Reliability. Indicating perf is limited by reliability voltage.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_RELIABILITY = 4,
/*!
* Operating. Indicating perf is limited by max operating voltage.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_OPERATING = 8,
/*!
* Utilization. Indicating perf is limited by GPU utilization.
*/
NV_GPU_PERF_POLICY_ID_SW_UTILIZATION = 16,

EDIT: Here's this too.

vRel = Reliability. Indicating perf is limited by reliability voltage.
VOp = Operating. Indicating perf is limited by max operating voltage.
Pwr = Power. Indicating perf is limited by total power limit.
Thrm = Thermal. Indicating perf is limited by temperature limit.
Util = Utilization. Indicating perf is limited by GPU utilization.

You can possibly add some more voltage, but try to not add too much or you will then hit Pwr.

Yea, did some googling they're harmless caps from what I was reading, green/pwr is the only one to watch out for. Which I'm seeing none of. thumb.gif
post #514 of 1662
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

I sold the Ti today for $750. biggrin.gif

Yes it's with the hybrid cooler. Highest temp I've seen was 55c. And I used a helping amount of MX-4. Wonder how much it'd drop with Kryonaut. rolleyes.gif

Can you therefore confirm that EVGA hybrid cooler works of the bat with new Titan? Do you use 1080ti one or the Titan X Pascal (2016) one?

Would appreciate the confirmation.
post #515 of 1662
Count me in boys biggrin.gif

post #516 of 1662
At laaaastttt!!!!...

post #517 of 1662
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Originally Posted by marc0053 View Post

Hey all,
got my TXp on Friday and it's a nice video card.
Be careful if you plan on using liquid metal on the shunt resistors for power limit as myself (on my regular Titan X pascal) and another ( on his gtx 1080 strix) the shunt resistor (with liquid ultra) physically came off the pcb after a few months. here's mine. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
my new TXp
[ Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
congrats Marc! it's a crazy fast card.. and mainly temperature limited. 2100 in FSU or TS with the core below 20C and there's little to no throttling of any kind.

yeah - folks don;t realize that the gallium in the eutectic mixture that make the liquid metal will form an alloy with the solder and soften it... to the point of room temp liquification. It's cool but can be a disaster.
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

I see tons of green even at stock with 0 overclock values. redface.gif

the green Util cap just indicates that the card is not being utilized. use the power limit monitor in afterburner, much less confusing. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

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...
the clock table is in 13Hz increments and while still operating within the table limits the report from the clock table can only be in 13Hz increments... as are the actual frequencies.
only 20h benching the card? Have you posted any benchmarks? Since all the Ti results I'm seeing shows it barely keeping pace with the TXP, and much slower that the new TXFp.
Edited by Jpmboy - 4/10/17 at 5:05am
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post #518 of 1662
Im just throwing it out there that even even at stock perfeccp shows vrel/power..ect messages
Edited by PasK1234Xw - 4/10/17 at 5:11am
post #519 of 1662
So if you have a reference card do you just use MSI Afterburner? I used to use EVGA but now they wont let you update it without one of their OEM cards.

This thread needs more benchmarks! thumb.gif
Edited by Hawk777th - 4/10/17 at 5:20am
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post #520 of 1662
IMO MSI AB best don't like EVGA precision at all just personal preference.
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