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Hi-I'm running a 6700 I-7 overclocked to 4.6, an ASUS Formula mob, and an Intel 750 ssd.  I have three 4k screens in surround, which I use at various resolutions with various levels of success (native 4K, 2560 x 1440, 1920 x 1080, etc.). I use many ORBX addons, and others. I have a single stock air-cooled Titan pascal. 

 

From YouTube it appears to be quite easy to overclock the Titan.  The Titan's base clock is 1418, with a boost to 1531, but I've seen where folks get the base clock up over 1900, using Unguine Heaven as the benchmark.

 

Would I gain any performance benefits in P3Dv3.4 if the Titan was overclocked, and if so, to what level? 

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks,

 

Jay

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I use MSI Afterburner to overclock. It's really easy. I added +250MHz to the core and 500MHz to the memory and increased powerlimit to 120%. So far it seems to be ok running XP11. 

 

In the long run I'm considering to add water cooling to Titan Pascal, just to squeeze the max out of my $1200 bloody dollars... 

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Thanks much, FlyIce. I agree with you completely about the water cooling. Looking forward to EVGA or someone else coming up with an all in one cooler, as I'm not comfortable crafting a custom loop. I'll try MSI soon. Thanks for the advice.

Jay

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Getting 200+ fps without overclocking with fresh P3Dv3 install and no addons. Going to put off overclocking for a while.

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Yeah--surprised the heck out of me. I think it has to do not only with the titan, but also because of the new Intel 750 ssd. It's one of the new nmv2 (?) drives that is super fast--way faster than a Samsung 850. The combination of the titan and the intel works really well.

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