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08-15-2019 04:32 PM
TheGeneralLee86
Quote: Originally Posted by deafboy View Post
I'm still rocking mine and haven't really felt the need for an upgrade... it's been a solid performer for as long as I've had it, lol
Yeah I know what you mean and I have 2 in Sli it will be a while before i upgrade again because everything has gotten so expensive! I also have 32GB (4x8GB) of DDR4 2666Mhz RAM and the i7 6950x extreme edition it is attached to all on a Asus X99 M WS Workstation MicroATX MB I've had it all since they firsst came out so my system is a little over 2yrs old! Still plays every game awesomely though especially on my 3 LU28E590D 28" 4k UHD Samsung Monitors at 60hz, which are still plenty good for me though someday I hope to get a 49" Ultra-wide 31:9 Aspect Monitor, which would be better because it would be one versus three monitors and will take less space and easier to move around!
08-15-2019 03:01 PM
deafboy I'm still rocking mine and haven't really felt the need for an upgrade... it's been a solid performer for as long as I've had it, lol
08-15-2019 01:28 PM
TheGeneralLee86 How Many on here still own there Titan X Pascal? I know I still do waiting to save up for another super machine!
04-08-2019 06:51 PM
jsutter71
Cleanup

So I'm in the middle of a major cleanup and overhaul of my system and when I took my TXP's out I noticed what looks like scorch marks on the SLI fingers. I spent some quality time removing the black and ordered a new SLI bridge. I also have some rust in the cooling chamber of one of the cards. This is after my initial cleaning. Any thoughts on how this can affect performance? The black marks were limited to 1 side of the card. I'm very displeased with the rust since I spent enough on those EK blocks.
03-31-2019 02:02 AM
bl4ckdot
Quote: Originally Posted by bl4ckdot View Post
Hello, I'm in need of help. Since now 2 months, there is a noise (a poping sound to be more "precise") coming from my PC. I finally found where it's coming from. It is from my Titan XP. This is the sound I recorded : https://instaud.io/3cT4 It sounds like a relay switch, I'm not sure. My card is watercooled and if I lay my hand on it, I can feel the "pop". The GPU isn't oc (I have 0 issue with the GPU, no artefact). It happens mostly while gaming, but can happen in the menu of the game, while watching a youtube video etc. I had a time where it happened after the shutdown of my PC, like 2 or 3 sec after it stops. Very random. It can also be pretty lood, I hear it with my headphone while gaming. So ... what could make this noise and what can I do ?
Fixed : https://www.overclock.net/forum/31-power-supplies/1722418-seasonic-prime-titanium-1000-pop-sound-3.html#post27915750
03-13-2019 12:33 PM
bl4ckdot Hello, I'm in need of help. Since now 2 months, there is a noise (a poping sound to be more "precise") coming from my PC. I finally found where it's coming from. It is from my Titan XP. This is the sound I recorded : https://instaud.io/3cT4 It sounds like a relay switch, I'm not sure. My card is watercooled and if I lay my hand on it, I can feel the "pop". The GPU isn't oc (I have 0 issue with the GPU, no artefact). It happens mostly while gaming, but can happen in the menu of the game, while watching a youtube video etc. I had a time where it happened after the shutdown of my PC, like 2 or 3 sec after it stops. Very random. It can also be pretty lood, I hear it with my headphone while gaming. So ... what could make this noise and what can I do ?
12-28-2018 07:13 PM
KillerBee33
Quote: Originally Posted by CptSpig View Post
All 3dmark bench's are different. Time Spy likes high core and lower memory. Time Spy Extreme like high core and memory.
Did get stable 1.0930 and higher clock but PerfCap was still VRel and score went down. Mehh , will wait for Borderlands 3 and take it from there i guess, for now run it stock which seems to do just fine in games.
12-28-2018 06:35 PM
CptSpig
Quote: Originally Posted by KillerBee33 View Post
Clocked higher, Scored Lower https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/31767790
All 3dmark bench's are different. Time Spy likes high core and lower memory. Time Spy Extreme like high core and memory.
12-28-2018 05:24 PM
KillerBee33
Quote: Originally Posted by CptSpig View Post
You need to find out what the max voltage is for your card.

1. open Afterburner
2. set the core slider to any value (multiple of 13) so 130, 143.. etc. apply
3. put your mouse in the graph window, hit cntrl-F
4. select the 1025mV, 1050mV or where the graphs slope and straight lines meet point and hit cntrl-L
5. Apply
6. save so you can set your max v any time you like.

Enjoy.
Clocked higher, Scored Lower https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/31767790
12-28-2018 04:39 PM
CptSpig
Quote: Originally Posted by KillerBee33 View Post
Hey, i know this may be a bit late but after all the reviews on RTX are out i've decided to keep my TXP till next Gen. The question is " did anyone else noticed bumping up Voltage with MSI Afterburner lowers the 3DMark score?
1 Voltage to 100 https://www.3dmark.com/fs/17569581
2 Voltage Untouched https://www.3dmark.com/fs/17628911
I've noticed it boostin' 25MHz less with Voltage Untouched but it scores higher "OC and driver were exactly the same on both runs"
You need to find out what the max voltage is for your card.

1. open Afterburner
2. set the core slider to any value (multiple of 13) so 130, 143.. etc. apply
3. put your mouse in the graph window, hit cntrl-F
4. select the 1025mV, 1050mV or where the graphs slope and straight lines meet point and hit cntrl-L
5. Apply
6. save so you can set your max v any time you like.

Enjoy.
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