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Originally Posted by SauronTheGreat View Post

man my cpu temps are excellent
with the xmp profile on and at 4.5ghz my my score was 13.8 and my cpu cooler keeps the cpu almost below 62C ... and my mobo bios is the latest
PM
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post #3422 of 11235
Hmmm.. Is this result ok ?
I mean the scores ?
11.9K graphics

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13486654?



I need to put it under water + remove tdp limits...
Well, I see there's mixed info about those 3 resistors for TDP removal.


Can anyone WHO DID TDP LIMIT MOD, mark those 3 resistors(RS1/RS2/RS3) that need to be shorted please ?
Or do we need to put 10 Ohm resistors on top of the 3 caps(C263/C271/C278) ?
Thank you

Here is the pcb you can use:
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1080/images/front_full.jpg

Now, on https://xdevs.com/guide/pascal_oc/#step3 , they say :
"Note that earlier version of this guide incorrectly mentioned need to short RS1, RS2, RS3. This is wrong, and will cause card clock to lock at 135MHz. Do not short shunt resistors themselves, but add resistors like shown on photo below. Sorry for confusion."



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post #3423 of 11235
TDP Limit resistors are the RS1,2.3 ones.
post #3424 of 11235
Oh that is so foul. I would have shorted those three resistors had I seen that guide before adding my EK block. I guess it was good after all that I didn't end up doing that mod. So resistors are necessary then.
post #3425 of 11235
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Originally Posted by Snabeltorsk View Post

TDP Limit resistors are the RS1,2.3 ones.
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Originally Posted by fewness View Post

Ok, I shorted those 3 capacitors, now my cards are locked @ 135MHz for all conditions, desktop or loaded....

I now have two most useless GTX 1080s in the world....

So what the guy above did ? ??

@fewness hm? What did you do ?
post #3426 of 11235
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Originally Posted by xer0h0ur View Post

Oh that is so foul. I would have shorted those three resistors had I seen that guide before adding my EK block. I guess it was good after all that I didn't end up doing that mod. So resistors are necessary then.
Well.. theres caps and resistors...
One picture in the guide shows resistors, one picture shows caps ...Well ....
post #3427 of 11235
Think most ppls use CLU/CLP on the Rs1,Rs2,Rs3 then u can remove it if u like.
post #3428 of 11235
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

Hmmm.. Is this result ok ?
I mean the scores ?
11.9K graphics

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13486654?



I need to put it under water + remove tdp limits...
Well, I see there's mixed info about those 3 resistors for TDP removal.


Can anyone WHO DID TDP LIMIT MOD, mark those 3 resistors(RS1/RS2/RS3) that need to be shorted please ?
Or do we need to put 10 Ohm resistors on top of the 3 caps(C263/C271/C278) ?
Thank you

Here is the pcb you can use:
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1080/images/front_full.jpg

Now, on https://xdevs.com/guide/pascal_oc/#step3 , they say :
"Note that earlier version of this guide incorrectly mentioned need to short RS1, RS2, RS3. This is wrong, and will cause card clock to lock at 135MHz. Do not short shunt resistors themselves, but add resistors like shown on photo below. Sorry for confusion."



redface.gifredface.gifredface.gifrolleyes.gif

Ugh... conflicting info. @Jedimasterben you removed your power limit. Did you add resistors or shunt?

I remember him saying he used a wire from one end of the resistors to the other to shunt them. He says his power limit is removed.

Then we have buddy a page back saying he IS stuck at 135mhz with the shunt mod applied.

IDFK.
post #3429 of 11235
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

Ugh... conflicting info. @Jedimasterben you removed your power limit. Did you add resistors or shunt?

I remember him saying he used a wire from one end of the resistors to the other to shunt them. He says his power limit is removed.

Then we have buddy a page back saying he IS stuck at 135mhz with the shunt mod applied.

IDFK.
Exactly thats how I feel like.... confusedsmiley.png
Did @fewness short caps (C263/C271/C278) or resistors ?
post #3430 of 11235
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

Exactly thats how I feel like.... confusedsmiley.png
Did @fewness short caps (C263/C271/C278) or resistors ?

From my knowledge, shorting the caps would be the safer way.

That was never revised in the guide. I say we don't attempt the shunt until PROVEN otherwise.
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