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1936 boost clocks full VRM and memory cooling instead of just core. If I was in the market for a 1080 this would be the one to get. With PBT release I feel this card will dominate.


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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

1936 boost clocks full VRM and memory cooling instead of just core. If I was in the market for a 1080 this would be the one to get. With PBT release I feel this card will dominate.


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Indeed. At least it shouldn't be worst than this: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GTX_980_Ti_Waterforce/27.html
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1936 boost clocks full VRM and memory cooling instead of just core. If I was in the market for a 1080 this would be the one to get. With PBT release I feel this card will dominate.


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Indeed. At least it shouldn't be worst than this: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GTX_980_Ti_Waterforce/27.html
I own two of those running at 1569 24/7 stable. I am well aware how good the are wink.gif
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8366229


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Originally Posted by steponz View Post

Thats the real mod you have to do for power.. doing the shunts doesn't help.... Trust me ... Ive already tested it.. smile.gif

PM me if ya want to do it.


you sure shunt mod doesn't help not even a little? im tempted to do it to get even 50mhz more out of the card
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I can confirm the shunt mod on the Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 was enough to eliminate core clock throttling for me on all the firestrike, 3Dmark11, Catzilla and vantage so far. Instead of hitting the power limit at 108% is now maxes out around 101%. This did not help getting additional OC room though, simply stop throttle. For me it was 3x resistors and I put CLU over. Using the pencil method did not work for me this time. For reference I am using a EK thermosphere waterblock with a small 120mm fan on the vrm. The unloaded temps are reading 25C and loaded up to 32C ish. I would assume any increase in voltage from the current max of 1.08v would hit this power limit very quickly.


Edited by marc0053 - 6/22/16 at 8:02am
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Originally Posted by Asus11 View Post

you sure shunt mod doesn't help not even a little? im tempted to do it to get even 50mhz more out of the card

Have the people with 2250 and other high clocks show you there tdp... it doesn't work. Nvidia put extra checks to combat this

You need 3 x 10 ohm resistors on the caps.. not the shunts.

Otherwise if you do the shunts properly it will lock to 239.. or something like that.. can't remember the exact number.

Then you will get proper low tdp.... I was with Tin benching the card to 2500 plus wink.gif
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Originally Posted by marc0053 View Post

I can confirm the shunt mod on the Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 was enough to eliminate core clock throttling for me on all the firestrike, 3Dmark11, Catzilla and vantage so far. Instead of hitting the power limit at 108% is now maxes out around 101%. This did not help getting additional OC room though, simply stop throttle. For me it was 3x resistors and I put CLU over. Using the pencil method did not work for me this time.


Shunt mod should get you much much lower TDP.

Gigabyte G1 is a non reference card.. so it could be different. I'm specifically talking about the reference card aka Founder's Edition.
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Originally Posted by marc0053 View Post

I can confirm the shunt mod on the Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 was enough to eliminate core clock throttling for me on all the firestrike, 3Dmark11, Catzilla and vantage so far. Instead of hitting the power limit at 108% is now maxes out around 101%. This did not help getting additional OC room though, simply stop throttle. For me it was 3x resistors and I put CLU over. Using the pencil method did not work for me this time.


Shunt mod should get you much much lower TDP.

Gigabyte G1 is a non reference card.. so it could be different. I'm specifically talking about the reference card aka Founder's Edition.
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Originally Posted by marc0053 View Post

I can confirm the shunt mod on the Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 was enough to eliminate core clock throttling for me on all the firestrike, 3Dmark11, Catzilla and vantage so far. Instead of hitting the power limit at 108% is now maxes out around 101%. This did not help getting additional OC room though, simply stop throttle. For me it was 3x resistors and I put CLU over. Using the pencil method did not work for me this time. For reference I am using a EK thermosphere waterblock with a small 120mm fan on the vrm. The unloaded temps are reading 25C and loaded up to 32C ish. I would assume any increase in voltage from the current max of 1.08v would hit this power limit very quickly.

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Originally Posted by marc0053 View Post

I can confirm the shunt mod on the Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 was enough to eliminate core clock throttling for me on all the firestrike, 3Dmark11, Catzilla and vantage so far. Instead of hitting the power limit at 108% is now maxes out around 101%. This did not help getting additional OC room though, simply stop throttle. For me it was 3x resistors and I put CLU over. Using the pencil method did not work for me this time. For reference I am using a EK thermosphere waterblock with a small 120mm fan on the vrm. The unloaded temps are reading 25C and loaded up to 32C ish. I would assume any increase in voltage from the current max of 1.08v would hit this power limit very quickly.

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