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Titan RTX NVLink SLI - can it run Crysis? We'll find out soon...

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Status update?

 

Status update.

I WILL find your ITX build thread, and I WILL recommend the SIlverstone Sugo SG13B

 

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Nice!

 

We still don't know why JayZ said he had had worse performance than 2080 ti SLI but hopefully he was wrong.

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4 minutes ago, Madgemade said:

Nice!

 

We still don't know why JayZ said he had had worse performance than 2080 ti SLI but hopefully he was wrong.

Yeah nobody else got those results so I think either something is wrong with one or both of his cards - or he was comparing things in a weird way.

 

If you look at his video where he shows the 2080Ti having 10fps higher - the temps on the 2080Ti are WAY lower than the Titan so I can only guess he was looking at 2080Ti footage during his cooled-card runs, which is not at all a fair comparison with a stock card.

 

I'm gonna shunt mod one of these Titans now to start testing what resistor values will work without tripping safe mode, once I figure that out I'll get the other one modded and install the water blocks.

 

Many water-cooled tests incoming!

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On 12/22/2018 at 12:34 PM, Madgemade said:

We still don't know why JayZ said he had had worse performance than 2080 ti SLI but hopefully he was wrong.

I wonder if it's a resolution thing.  Here's one example of it working better than a pair of 2080Ti cards.  The video maker did super-sampling to bring the resolution up to 8K.

 

 

And remember when you're watching that, it's in 8K...  so even 1FPS increase is quite substantial!

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finally got shunt swap tested - with the 3MO shunt resistors, it boosts to ~ 1900 mhz (was sitting between 1870-1920 for a Timespy run). All stock settings.

 

Memory boosted to 7001mhz.

 

I think this is safe to say that it's not going into safe mode. Time to mod the other card and put these bad boys on water.

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Isn't Crysis a old old game.  Why can't it not run it ?  A POS card can run it,,,,

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1 minute ago, Turtle Rig said:

Isn't Crysis a old old game.  Why can't it not run it ?  A POS card can run it,,,,

I assume you didn't miss the joke and are just being sarcastic?

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Just now, jasonvp said:

I assume you didn't miss the joke and are just being sarcastic?

Well there has to be something behind this thats all I said to myself.. Why talk about RTX and Crysis ,, which was a old pc game,,,,, if its some sort of joke I understand,, or are you talking about Crysis the game ?

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1 minute ago, Turtle Rig said:

if its some sort of joke I understand,, or are you talking about Crysis the game ?

It's both a joke and in reference to the Crysis game.  It's been a long-running to ask someone when they build up a new rig, "Yeah, but can it run Crysis?!"  Crysis was always the widow-maker of a game when it first came out.  It would take the most powerful PC available and make it cry (along with its owner).

 

At this point, it's little more than a "meme" (God I hate that fucking word).

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On 12/22/2018 at 6:23 PM, jasonvp said:

It's both a joke and in reference to the Crysis game.  It's been a long-running to ask someone when they build up a new rig, "Yeah, but can it run Crysis?!"  Crysis was always the widow-maker of a game when it first came out.  It would take the most powerful PC available and make it cry (along with its owner).

 

At this point, it's little more than a "meme" (God I hate that fucking word).

Yes Yes I remember,,,, the Crysis fad lol  What video card did we all have back then ?  I don't even freakin remember

 

Can it really run Far Cry 5 @ 8k resolution with some blur, no monitor blur not motion blur lol,,,,,,,,, no but honestly well say 4k res,, @ 144fps everything maxed out in nvpanel and everything maxed out in game.  Can it reach 144fps to give you to immersive life like gaming experience...

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3 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

Yes Yes I remember,,,, the Crysis fad lol  What video card did we all have back then ?  I don't even freakin remember

I couldn't run Crysis back then, that's all i remember. 

 

Hopefully my dreams can finally be realized. 

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1 minute ago, Kalm_Traveler1 said:

I couldn't run Crysis back then, that's all i remember. 

 

Hopefully my dreams can finally be realized. 

lmao, Crysis 3 dude go for it,, were aiming for 144fps at all times @ 4k res nv panel maxed out and game settings maxed out,,,,, can it drive 144fps .. that is the real question here. and a valid one at that...

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my motherboard finally dried off so I did a quick Timespy run to compare the old shunt-resistor-stacked and overclocked Titan Xp SLI setup with these shunt-resistor-swapped stock-settings Titan RTX cards. I have not yet actually OC'd the CPU keep in mind...

 

Titan Xp SLI (stacked 5MO input shunt resistors so ~ 2.5MO effective, OC core at 2025 mhz, mem 1520 mhz)

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and Titan RTX NVLink SLI shunt resistor swapped (replaced 5MO with 3MO), stock settings:

 

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49 minutes ago, Kalm_Traveler1 said:

my motherboard finally dried off

Dried off?  Did we have a wee whoopsie?

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On 12/22/2018 at 8:34 PM, Madgemade said:

Nice!

 

We still don't know why JayZ said he had had worse performance than 2080 ti SLI but hopefully he was wrong.

He said that he had worse performance than his 2080 Tis in a chiller. That cooling setup makes all the difference

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so do we get any pic of these cards under water? must be one hell of a setup..

 

by the way, OP, what are you using this graphic-horsepower for? some real AI/deep learning type stuff or just showing off that e-peen? ?

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2 hours ago, jasonvp said:

Dried off?  Did we have a wee whoopsie?

Maybe... didn't tighten one of the screws on the waterblock bridge enough so as soon as I started filling the loop (with an external PSU of course) green water leaked all over the 2nd card and motherboard... as well as everything below the PC.

 

2 hours ago, RollinLower said:

so do we get any pic of these cards under water? must be one hell of a setup..

 

by the way, OP, what are you using this graphic-horsepower for? some real AI/deep learning type stuff or just showing off that e-peen? ?

Oh sure, I need to finish do cable management and still waiting for the graphics cards PCI-E cables to arrive from CableMod. 
 

Hmm to be honest I mostly just wanted to see what they're capable of. I don't have a lot of free time these days so when I can sit down and use this thing I just want it to be complete and utter overkill for anything I could dream of throwing at it.

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What RPM do you run your Noctuas at?  

 

And what did you do with your old cards?

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1 hour ago, nick name said:

What RPM do you run your Noctuas at?  

 

And what did you do with your old cards?

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Chassis1 is the two 140mm 2000rpm iPPC NF-A14 PWM fans on the back (bottom is intake, top is exhaust)

Chassis2 and Chassis3 are 200mm NF-A20 PWM fans on the front as intake

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High Amp Fan is all 8 120mm 2000rpm iPPC NF-F12 PWM fans on the radiators (push config, exhausting out the top) and the 2 on the floor as intake.

 

Fans are set to Normal profile in the BIOS.

 

The old cards are sitting on a dresser waiting to be listed on eBay next weekend since I have no use for them (other rig has a Titan V on water, and 3rd 'gaming capable' PC is fine with its 1070 on air.

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On 12/22/2018 at 6:23 PM, jasonvp said:

It's both a joke and in reference to the Crysis game.  It's been a long-running to ask someone when they build up a new rig, "Yeah, but can it run Crysis?!"

To be fair, it hasn't been funny for literally a decade. It's just something people like to spam. It's like a dad joke, because the person telling it is the only one who doesn't get that it's not funny anymore.

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2 minutes ago, JoostinOnline said:

To be fair, it hasn't been funny for literally a decade. It's just something people like to spam. It's like a dad joke, because the person telling it is the only one who doesn't get that it's not funny anymore.

sick burn, Merry Christmas to you Mr. Scrooge lol

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Nice work OP.  Not going to lie, when I got my 2080ti I redownloaded Crysis 3.  Still can't hold 100fps @ 3440x1440 if I crank the AA all the way up...lol.

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2 hours ago, TahoeDust said:

Nice work OP.  Not going to lie, when I got my 2080ti I redownloaded Crysis 3.  Still can't hold 100fps @ 3440x1440 if I crank the AA all the way up...lol.

How does the CPU hold up, and what do you have? That's still a bottleneck on Crysis 1, as it only uses one core and was designed with the idea that we'd have much higher single thread performance these days.

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