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04-02-2020 07:15 AM
ChairmanTv
Struggling with Bios Flash Please Help

So I decided to go ahead with a Bios Flash on my Titan X following this guide>> https://www.overclock.net/forum/69-n...970-980-a.html <<

Everything seemed to go as explained in the tutorial although it only asked me to press "y" once on the CMD prompt. After this I typed exit, Hit enter, Re-enabled the display driver and rebooted.

This is where I'm hitting a problem. my computer is powering up but i am getting a black monitor screen, no signal any advice would be much appreciated

Thank you
04-02-2020 05:34 AM
ChairmanTv
Is it worth flashing my Titan X?

Hi guys I have just picked up a Titan X(Maxwell) and am wondering if i will get much of an increase in performance with a custom bios? I'm currently getting these stats with a max overclock on MSI Afterburner running Heaven>>>http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/20/04/02/2cw.png<<<

Any advice would be great! Thanks ChairmanTv
02-06-2020 05:20 PM
Ish416
Quote: Originally Posted by SteezyTN View Post
Anyone upgrade from TX Maxwell to the newer 2080 Ti? I recently bought an Asus PG279Q 1440p 165hz monitor. Most games i can only get around 100-120fps, and was looking to upgrade so i can take full potential of the 165hz.
I know this post is a month late but here is my experience.

I game at 3440 x 1440 and I went from two water cooled TXM in SLI @ 1514 Mhz core and 2000 Mhz memory to a single 2080Ti (Asus ROG Strix on air cooler) and the difference in games that didn't properly use the 2nd card are generally double the fps or more.

In games that used the 2nd Titan, they were roughly on par with each other.

Older benchmarks that use both card effectively and aren't based on DX12 or Vulkan, the Titans are about 10 - 20% faster.
02-06-2020 04:53 PM
kyle3108 Just curious if any others are having issues with the new drivers looking these cards down to only 1000mhz? I use to run my card at 1400mhz and now i can not lock the card with kboost or even manually get the card to clock any higher. With furmark running i can slide the mhz slider and no matter what happens the card never goes above 1ghz.. extremely frustrating and i feel microsoft/nvidia nerfed these cards. Titan x maxwells rival a 2070 so im honestly not surprised if this is the case.

Any knowledge on this topic would be extremely helpful
Kyle
01-27-2020 06:19 PM
z390e Got the screws from EVGA card still wont power on...RIP GTX Titan X (Maxwell) and RIP ACX and Hybrid coolers.
01-12-2020 02:32 PM
z390e
Quote: Originally Posted by SteezyTN View Post
Anyone upgrade from TX Maxwell to the newer 2080 Ti? I recently bought an Asus PG279Q 1440p 165hz monitor. Most games i can only get around 100-120fps, and was looking to upgrade so i can take full potential of the 165hz.
I moved to an RTX 2070 and it hits max FPS on my Asus ROG SWIFT PG278Q. Have to believe a 2080ti (unless CPU bound) is not gonna be near 165 where possible.
01-12-2020 02:30 PM
z390e Contacted NVIDIA with receipt everything their response was...."I wont be able to assure if we can send screws but we can check and keep you updated via email"

@$*%@&$
01-10-2020 09:16 PM
z390e Trying to rebuild the GTX Titan X (Maxwell) thats been a paperweight since I got 1080's in SLI....I somehow have lost the 4 spring screws (labeled on waterblock as removable with #1 Philips Bit) and so am now further blocked on installing the DIY waterblock. Anyone have thoughts on what specifically should I be ordering? They are the ones in Step #3 of this manual. Not even sure where to order from. Only place I can see selling them is China?

http://evga.com/support/manuals/file...tion_Guide.pdf
01-01-2020 02:00 PM
SteezyTN Anyone upgrade from TX Maxwell to the newer 2080 Ti? I recently bought an Asus PG279Q 1440p 165hz monitor. Most games i can only get around 100-120fps, and was looking to upgrade so i can take full potential of the 165hz.
12-08-2019 02:07 AM
smorgar
Quote: Originally Posted by skummm View Post
Just flash my all driver bios and you will be fine.....

You might have reached the overclock limit of your card without a voltmod. My card did not want to go higher that 1481.

What does GPUz say about power usage just below the driver reset point?
I flashed the EVGA bios and it has been running stable since. I cant do +50 to the core with EVGA bios so i guess im at maximum even tho my temps are 56 max when stress testing in very hot room.

But now i atleast get 1,3x ghz stable without any fuzz. I also noted that the bios had some OC on the mem aswell.
Now my PC runs fast, and quiet.

Should i run afterburner and set power to 141%? Im running without afterburner atm but im not sure i get 141% power and maybe limiting the card?

Im thinking of pushing the ram even further but my heatsinks get _VERY_ hot as it is...

Thank you for the bios and the support <3
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