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Just found some old ones on imageshack

Some old ones of my Titans @981/1788
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Two Titans
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At some point I will try and break 270fps but at the moment it is a bit warm in my room.

Just wondering about this one Kaap, I thought the perf gap between a Titan and 780 was roughly 150mhz, how are you're Titans at 981 core hitting 142fps yet my two 780's at 1200mhz core are only hitting 123fps? Granted my memory was only at 1600 vs the 1788 of your titans but I wouldn't have thought that still adds to a 20fps gap?
 
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Just wondering about this one Kaap, I thought the perf gap between a Titan and 780 was roughly 150mhz, how are you're Titans at 981 core hitting 142fps yet my two 780's at 1200mhz core are only hitting 123fps? Granted my memory was only at 1600 vs the 1788 of your titans but I wouldn't have thought that still adds to a 20fps gap?

I think the gap is closer and is around 100Mhz Paul. I would assume that Kaaps are boosting to maybe 1050 or higher and the memory clocks do give a nice boost.
 
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Just wondering about this one Kaap, I thought the perf gap between a Titan and 780 was roughly 150mhz, how are you're Titans at 981 core hitting 142fps yet my two 780's at 1200mhz core are only hitting 123fps? Granted my memory was only at 1600 vs the 1788 of your titans but I wouldn't have thought that still adds to a 20fps gap?

The clocks I quote are the stock 837mhz for a Titan plus whatever I add in Precision X, in this case +144 to give a total of 981mhz. If you were to watch them running in GPUZ they would be boosting much higher to 1175 or 1188mhz. I don't believe in quoting these boost clocks as they are not consistent and would rather use the set clocks which are.
 
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Just wondering about this one Kaap, I thought the perf gap between a Titan and 780 was roughly 150mhz, how are you're Titans at 981 core hitting 142fps yet my two 780's at 1200mhz core are only hitting 123fps? Granted my memory was only at 1600 vs the 1788 of your titans but I wouldn't have thought that still adds to a 20fps gap?

Here is a run I just did on TR with the clocks set to 994/1788 to show the boost clocks. Normally I would not have any of this running as it effects the score a bit.

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The clocks I quote are the stock 837mhz for a Titan plus whatever I add in Precision X, in this case +144 to give a total of 981mhz. If you were to watch them running in GPUZ they would be boosting much higher to 1175 or 1188mhz. I don't believe in quoting these boost clocks as they are not consistent and would rather use the set clocks which are.


Ahhh forgot you had boost on top of those clocks!

Was worried my 780's weren't performing as they should :o

Thermal choke cut off still 70c? I did notice my top card fluctuating in core speed the higher the temp went, pesky air coolers :D
 
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Have you tried any of the other overclocking software to see if they work any better than Precision X

Widespread issue?


Sorry hadn't seen these (even though spoken about it in another thread :p)

I tried GPU Tweak Kaap, same result. Throttles the coreV down to stock or near abouts. Hovers over 1.50/1.72 occasionally but rarely ever 1.2v. Think judging by what other users are saying (and merry old GTX owners) it's hitting the power limit quickly. Which for me is really f'ing irritating as my superclocked cards aren't as good as some are getting on the core front. I'm not really a massive fan of GPU flashing either as it's always eventually ended up leaving me with a hole in my foot.
 
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