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    Default Titan X SLI and power limit doubt

    Hi guys

    I just got 2 Titans X and was taking a look at MSI Afterburner

    What the power limit does? I read something at the internet but it`s not 100% clear to me

    Here i can improve from 100 (Default) to 110 (Max)

    If i improve will it improva my performance? Even without changing the core clock or the memory clock or voltage... i do not wanna OC the vga`s but i saw that with the power limit we have a temp limit that in linked and with 100% (Default) is 83C and with 110% goes to 91C

    So i`m confused now, is it safe just to improve the power limit? Woth it? And what about if my VGA goes up to 83C what will happen? The clock will go down as well?

    Please guy i need advices to what to do here

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    Default Re: Titan X SLI and power limit doubt

    Increasing the power limit just increases the wattage that the GPU can draw from the power connections. So, unless you're up against the "PWR" perf cap on the sensors tab of GPUz, increasing the power limit won't do anything. If you start to put some overclock on the GPU and memory, that's when it may come in handy.

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    this guy is looking to boost 2 titanx

    i must go process this data
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    Default Re: Titan X SLI and power limit doubt

    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    this guy is looking to boost 2 titanx

    i must go process this data
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    Perfect! lol
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    Default Re: Titan X SLI and power limit doubt

    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    this guy is looking to boost 2 titanx

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