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i thought if you did all three it locks the card at 2d clocks?
yes that's what will happen(afaik).
Do 2 resistors and report back smile.gif
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in the previous vid he only did the one and it worked.
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Thanks for the replies and the support guys, so no luck doing this by myself, did not want to fiddle too much with it as did not want to ruin the pads....

Tomorrow my friend will come take a look, if he fails I was thinking of using some collaboratory ultra or something like Technicqll Electronic glue 2g R-082 as pointed out...
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i thought if you did all three it locks the card at 2d clocks?

It could if you do to much. This is the thing about a mod like this. There is another circuit in there that detects this and if its triggered as a safety it looks like they are locking the card to 2d clocks so that it does not damage its self. I haven't done it but from what i been seeing people did 3 but if you do to much it will lock it down to 2d clocks. What means there is a threshhold that it must measure if not it thinks there is a problem and downclocks to save its self.


I havent really looked at this circuit. A bypass for that should be pretty simple but i would have to look at it. I just ignored it and went with 300w tdp in the bios.

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in the previous vid he only did the one and it worked.

What bios are you running? You might be running a bios with a higher tdp so you really wont see much of a gain off that.
Edited by uberwootage - 7/24/16 at 10:13am
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Exactly. If you do all 3 and you put too much CLU, then it will lock the card @2D clocks.
Therefore do just 2 resistor, with fair amount of CLU and you should be good to go! smile.gif
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my stock Zotac FE bios
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so this is weird... I flashed to the MSI EK bios and now the TDP while running furmark hits max 97% (used to bounce up to 120) but the card is still throttling???

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so this is weird... I flashed to the MSI EK bios and now the TDP while running furmark hits max 97% (used to bounce up to 120) but the card is still throttling???


Needs more voltage
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i have the volts maxed... it won't boost up... it's throttling.
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i have the volts maxed... it won't boost up... it's throttling.

I seen that with the msi ek bios. I found the corsair seahawk bios to work better on fe's
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