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Old 19-09-16, 03:45 PM
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Pascal Titans on water

Just testing out the waterblocks using safe overclocks.

4 Pascal Titans @2063/2728
6950X @4.4
372.54 Drivers

Just ran these off one after another with no crashes.

Time Spy
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/467054


Firestrike Ultra
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10210402


Firestrike Extreme
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10210492


Firestrike
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10210449


Heaven 4 @2160p



Valley @2160p



I was a bit CPU bottlenecked on some of these.

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Old 19-09-16, 03:59 PM
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Now that is a lot of GPU power.

Those overclocks are massive, what are the temps like under water?
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Old 19-09-16, 05:23 PM
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Whatever job you have, I want it! That's some serious insanity right there. I'm more curious about the power draw from the wall when these puppies are OCed and under full load.
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Kaap!! Stappp, you are positively bursting at the seams with epeen.
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Old 19-09-16, 09:23 PM
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I was a bit CPU bottlenecked on some of these.
And what CPU was that then? ...
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And what CPU was that then? ...
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Now that is a lot of GPU power.

Those overclocks are massive, what are the temps like under water?
One of the cards reached 51C the others stay in the mid 40s. I am quite surprised how well the PC performed as it only has a couple of thin XSPC EX420 rads as I normally just use this machine for running a couple of cards. I may add more rads if it does start running hotter but at the moment it is fine.

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Whatever job you have, I want it! That's some serious insanity right there. I'm more curious about the power draw from the wall when these puppies are OCed and under full load.
I have not measured this setup but from past testing with similar NVidia setups it will pull just over 1500 watts with the CPU and GPUs overclocked running @2160p.

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The 6950X is a very powerful CPU but the downside is it won't go much higher than 4.4ghz which can really hold back the fps. In the Heaven 4 @2160p and Firestrike Ultra benches the cards were able to run flat out but in the other benches the CPU was holding back the fps.
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Excellent insight into what's possible with all that raw power, nice one Kaap
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Insanity.............but I love it
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