Geforce GTX TITAN Owner Club

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Agent-A01, Mar 2, 2013.

  1. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    What water blocks are you using?
     
  2. Agent-A01

    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    Youll need the extra cpup power, that low of clocks bottlnecks my 2 680s in sli. titan will need 4.8 if youre going to oc them at all.

    i got a ek block, nicked plated one
     
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    Thanks guys.
     
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    Where do you get EK parts in the US? I'm curious because I would love to go water cooled so my computer would be quieter oh and cooler too but that's obvious.

    Hell he may need to go even higher my 670's get a little bottelnecked on my cpu at 4.5 I would imagine your sli Titan's still experience it occasionally with you 3770 @ 5.0.
     
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    ^nice thanks now to start saving up some cash lol.
     
  7. Agent-A01

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    yeah i get my water stuff from frozen cpu.
     
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    I believe the backplates are beneficial to cards that have vram on the back of cards like mine and the titans. better than nothing imo
     
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    yeah considering the ics on the back are hot to the touch. i can run + 800 on the vram(7600) but itll start to artifact after a few mins, when i touch the vram on back they are burning hot.. they should have came with backplates from the getgo
     
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    Dunno.. weak score dude. you should be 30+. oc your cpu some more, that physics score is pretty low. you want 12000+ for titans
     
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    I'll be experimenting and tweaking over the weekend. I'll overclock a bit more and run the benchmark again. I may overclock a LOT more. Gotta get those scores up!
     
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    Yeah your graphics score is basically what i get with 2 680s.. not normal
     
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    I'm inclined to agree regarding the CPU, although it shouldn't hold you back too much with one card, running SLI is a different beast. For an Ivy or Sandy OC 4.2 is pretty tame, you should be hitting 4.4 without breaking a sweat at the very least. Generally going above that means upping voltage, and with Ivy that means a lot of heat. Not sure what sort of cooling Eslik is running.
     
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    you have a ht cpu it will score higher than a 4 thread IB in 3dmark 11.
    if you bring your cpu speed up it will help your score.
    this is just with 2 680`s at a moderate speed of 5.1ghz
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5924133
    your graphics score is way higher than mine, but I got a higher physics and combined score
     
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    Wow, those are impressive Physics/Combined scores.

    My poor 2600k isn't exactly a superstar, I can't get a stable OC above 4.4. Bad chip lottery luck with that one I suppose. I plan to upgrade to Ivy Extreme or Haswell.

    @ESlik: Are you running Windows 7? There was an update that borks 3DMark scores that you should remove...
     

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