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post #18321 of 18330 (permalink) Old 10-01-2018, 04:38 PM
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I remember being able to run a custom bios and run 1.281 vcore with no issues up until driver 385-389 somewhere in that time frame. Now I am stuck on factory bios and only 1.22 Vcore.

I have tried installing several of the bios from the OP but none seem to work. Either they boot into W10 but have stock voltage or simply don't work.

I have modified the bios I used to use with the settings provided by looniam just a few posts up, yet still stuck on factory voltages. I was able to modify my factory bios and up the power limit but that is it. Still stuck on stock voltages.

As it sits right now, I run both my TXMs on my tweaked power limit bios using Afterburner at +112 mV, 133% power limit, +115 core and +500 memory which results in 1481 Mhz core and 2003 Mhz memory. With my previous bios I could run 1553 Mhz core with no issues at all.

So, can you still modify voltages with custom bios and use new drivers or am I stuck using old drivers with custom bios or new drivers on factory tweaked bios?
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post #18322 of 18330 (permalink) Old 10-02-2018, 08:44 PM
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Just yesterday one of my tian x maxwell cards died, i was doing afk in gta online to make some money, as the grinding in that game is pain and it killed one of my cards as i was still on 385 drives with custom bios.
It looks nvidia received a lot of rma titan x cards that's why they made these changes.

Tried to see if i could rma it as intel rma an old cpu of mine passed its warranty timeframe but looks nvdia customer service is not as kind as intel's.

Was planning to upgrade to 2080ti anyways. I missed the 3 year warranty by couple months by the way.
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post #18323 of 18330 (permalink) Old 10-20-2018, 10:45 PM
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Just yesterday one of my tian x maxwell cards died,.
And how it was dying? I also have some problems with my TX, but I guess this is custom bios issue with new drivers: boost to 1380 not works any more. I get blank screen under load and no signal after that for some time. Underclock 30 MHz helps, voltage under load seems to be no more than 1.218V, while should be 1.28. Have to flash stock bios or use older drivers?
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post #18324 of 18330 (permalink) Old 11-05-2018, 06:23 AM
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does anyone have a bios mod for a gtx titan x reference edition, here is my original bios
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post #18325 of 18330 (permalink) Old 11-27-2018, 02:59 PM
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Ups! I am a bit late seeing bios mods dates, but after this https://www.nvidia.com/object/nv-uefi-update-x64.html my question if it's worth some modified bios for a gigabyte water-cooled? Which of them with medium configuration or so?
BTW, after nvidia firmware update for display port, cpu-z keeps saying 84.00.1F.00.01 version. I am sure is updated cos the second time the nvidia tool says it is, what I am missing here?

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post #18326 of 18330 (permalink) Old 05-11-2019, 06:14 AM
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thread seems dead...

any owners still out there?

still rocking a titan X maxwell for my 24/7 set up but it seems like it might be on its last legs, getting kind of slow.
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post #18327 of 18330 (permalink) Old 05-11-2019, 06:24 AM
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thread seems dead...

any owners still out there?

still rocking a titan X maxwell for my 24/7 set up but it seems like it might be on its last legs, getting kind of slow.
Nope, sold mine 2 years ago for a 1080, now i got 2080. The titan x maxwell was tbh way too weak too quick

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post #18329 of 18330 (permalink) Old 05-12-2019, 10:26 AM - Thread Starter
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thread seems dead...

any owners still out there?

still rocking a titan X maxwell for my 24/7 set up but it seems like it might be on its last legs, getting kind of slow.

Nice bro! I eventually sold my 2 TX Maxwell's and upgraded to a TX Pascal, then a TXp, and now on an MSI 2080 Ti.

If you want to take the thread back just email a mod.

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post #18330 of 18330 (permalink) Old 05-20-2019, 10:39 PM
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Got my titan x hybrid and it's still running decently for my 1440p/144hz, but it's showing age and i think a year and a half ago when the custom bios stop working was when i was lost a decent amount of performance and stability. Heavily considering to upgrade at the end of the year when i go mini itz with ryzen 3.

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