Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Agent-A01, Mar 2, 2013.
What water blocks are you using?
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
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.
^nice thanks now to start saving up some cash lol.
yeah i get my water stuff from frozen cpu.
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
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
Doesn't look too good.http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6242696 Drivers maybe?
Dunno.. weak score dude. you should be 30+. oc your cpu some more, that physics score is pretty low. you want 12000+ for titans
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!
Yeah your graphics score is basically what i get with 2 680s.. not normal
Yeah that is low my sli 670's are close to that on the GFX score.
Some titan volt mod info to check out
i'd combine it with what shamino said here.
But unless your going to retire the card off the steet and drag only theres no need to go silly crasy with voltage
your cpu speed is holding back that score big time
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.
This is what I got when I ran it just now:
And I have Sandy Bridge. So yeah, you should be doing better.
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
your graphics score is way higher than mine, but I got a higher physics and combined score
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...