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has anyone tried the power mod yet (besides the guy that's stuck at 135mhz)?


I won't. Better to wait for bios tdp mod. Messing with the shunts can introduce some issues
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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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I have successfully installed the G10 and H55 on my EVGA GTX 1080 FTW. I had to use a copper shim from eBay between the GPU die and H55 cooler, but other than that it's a perfect fit. In my computer room (80F) it reaches a max of 55C in more demanding games like Witcher 3. This particular card gets up to 2120MHz and 5500 on the memory. And I'm not sure if the monitor can effect temps, but I'm using a 1440p gsync 144hz. Oh, and I'm using a 1200RPM fan.. the stock H55 fan would probably drop temps another 2-4C.




Edited by Kold - 7/21/16 at 5:02pm
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Just got my 1080 installed today. I was able to grab the Zotac AMP! 1080 through Jet. I am going to start with their OC utility and see what I can do with the card. Has anyone had a good experience with Firestorm and their Zotac card?
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Firestorm utility is ok and works, but I use Afterburner on my gpu.
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I have successfully installed the G10 and H55 on my EVGA GTX 1080 FTW. I had to use a copper shim from eBay between the GPU die and H55 cooler, but other than that it's a perfect fit. In my computer room (80F) it reaches a max of 55C in more demanding games like Witcher 3. This particular card gets up to 2120MHz and 5500 on the memory. And I'm not sure if the monitor can effect temps, but I'm using a 1440p gsync 144hz. Oh, and I'm using a 1200RPM fan.. the stock H55 fan would probably drop temps another 2-4C.





My god laying that on carpet like that.
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Lol, it's not like I was sliding it across the carpet! But, now that you mention it, probably not one of my brightest moments. smile.gif
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Never mind the carpet. I was looking at the rat turds. Looks like he has bigger problems.
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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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Aww man. That sucks. Bigtime.

You have a reflow station? That's good. If the resistor is still there, flux it's ass and carefully heat up the area, then remove it with a toothpick carefully.

Get Solder paste. Clean up the area/contacts with Flux and electronics cleaner, put paste on both contacts where the resistor was. After that tin the contacts and re-apply Flux. Then put the resistor back on with the toothpick (sticks there because of the paste) and apply heat.

Done.

I used to fix 360's this way when people who shouldn't be doing this stuff tried to take the Xclamps off the 360 mobo. Always resulted in ripped off caps.

Good luck.
Edited by nexxusty - 7/21/16 at 5:49pm
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Never mind the carpet. I was looking at the rat turds. Looks like he has bigger problems.

Lol, guess I'll be looking around when I get home. There's no way a rat could get into that room, but there is a door opening directly to the outside right next to it. We'll see in a few hours.
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