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Check comments on this youtube vid

"I'm aware of the issue and all the 10xx card videos will get annotations pointing out that problem. The CLU method still works(Der8auer told me it works and used it on a few cards already) However soldering the shunts drops the resitance so low that the card notices that there is something wrong with power in readings and gets stuck in 2D clocks."

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Check comments on this youtube vid

"I'm aware of the issue and all the 10xx card videos will get annotations pointing out that problem. The CLU method still works(Der8auer told me it works and used it on a few cards already) However soldering the shunts drops the resitance so low that the card notices that there is something wrong with power in readings and gets stuck in 2D clocks."

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Haha solder drops the resistance too low.

I can see that yeah....I have CLU lying around... I dunno about this. It doesn't seem to dip or run though does it.. also can be cleaned off easier.

Hmm..

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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....

You seeing this?
Edited by nexxusty - 7/21/16 at 11:47am
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Guys something terrible and expected happened while removing the nuts without the right tools:


I nicked a resistor (I think?!) and it just fell off, seems something Ram related, can please someone advise how to best approach this ?

I have a microsolder station, but this thing is really tiny, I might apply some flux and solder on the board then with some pliers press the resistor down and warm it up hoping it'll flow right...

What would you guys suggest ? Will i fry everything powering it up without resistor ?

Thanks in advance for your assistance....

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Edited by bobrob - 7/21/16 at 12:41pm
post #3434 of 11236
Its capacitor, just solder it back.
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has anyone tried the power mod yet (besides the guy that's stuck at 135mhz)?
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Its capacitor, just solder it back.

I like your confidence man, I tried but that thing is so small...

Any tips in how to approach it?

Should I put some solder on the board first ?
Edited by bobrob - 7/21/16 at 12:50pm
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ICYMI just an FYI:

GeForce Hot Fix driver version 368.95
Fixed DPC latency bug on Pascal GPUs.
http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4202
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Originally Posted by bobrob View Post

I like your confidence man, I tried but that thing is so small...

Any tips in how to approach it?

Should I put some solder on the board first ?

Use a magnifier.

Seriously, Use a magnifier and lot of flux, or ask someone who is good at soldering. And DO NOT put in your PC before fixing.
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Its capacitor, just solder it back.
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Originally Posted by Sourcesys View Post

Use a magnifier.

Seriously, Use a magnifier and lot of flux, or ask someone who is good at soldering. And DO NOT put in your PC before fixing.

It seems I am unable to get a proper mechanichal joint, I will talk to a friend of mine and see if he had better tools, he should also have some exp working on this.

Cheers :/
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I also used needle nose pliers to remove those hex screws and I managed to scratch the black PCB coating over some circuitry paths. I just checked it to make sure I didn't sever any connection, which thank god I didn't, and then used a black sharpie to cover the scratches. I would not want to have to do that again. Next time I will just pony up the dollerinos for the tool.
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