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Titan throttling HELP

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so i have 2 Titan X (Maxwell) one is a Hybrid SC Evga, 2nd is Asus Titan

iv sert a low Oc to the cards 100 mhz each, tried with and without, im gettin throtteling at very cool cpu core temps,





first pic is under load, 2nd is oc at desktop when nothings loaded,
2nd is the Asus Titan under load, it wont oc at all iv tried but adding anything in that field does nothing tried 1000mhz did nothing,

anyone have any ideas, is the latest PX better then older one?

win 7x 64 ultimate sp1
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Am I not using software properly or should I just use MSI afterburner?
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anyone know of a good bios i can use thinking ill have to mod the bios so these dont down clock or at least stay at 1300 mhz each all time on core, 1800hmz vram, thats a good enough oc,
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i seen the youtube vid but from comments sounded like the guy was basicly bricking ppls titans lol
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Hi there

I've used on my Titan X mostly EVGA SC BIOS which has been enough for my needs, out of box they're run 1379MHz and with OC I have run 1469MHz as max with extra 50mV on voltage

And temps, on air with stock cooler I needed to run 75% fan profile to avoid throttling under load,then swapped for EVGA Hybrid temps has been in low 60's but pump failed within 6 months from purchase then went back to air with Raijintek Morpheus II and temps mostly has been in 42-45°C under heavy load, highest temperature what I saw has seen has been 50°C

I would try EVGA SC BIOS

Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura
     
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i will need someoen to mod the hybrid bios see if i can make both cards Evga SC Hybrids.
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