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Nice smile.gif
Yes, guess it is the vendor as it has not been in stock in Norway yet. tongue.gif
I thought that I would drop the DIY route this time with this card, as I would have ended around the same price buying a WB, backplate and a FE card.
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For me it's a little bit cheaper, plus I can run it on air if I upgrade. (Slap it into a folding machine etc).
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Originally Posted by ssgwright View Post

here's a pic... sorry it's all blurry I just took it real quick and threw the block back on:

When you get super blurry pics like that, the easy way to fix it is to get more light to the camera sensor, so turn on every light around you or move to a better lit room, pics will turn out much better wink.gif
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I'm too lazy to pull cards out and take pictures now, but it's the capacitors, right now I have 10ohm resistors soldered on top of them. I didn't have CLU.

I will wait till someone actually show a proven performance improvement before doing anything, if at all, on the cards again.

On the "visual" side, I'm now suspecting it's the Ctrl-F oc-curve's fault. It's the curve method that gave me "visual" improvement on mhz and volts, but lower scores....
So you only added 10ohm resistors onto the capacitors according to the xDevs article and did not short resistors RS1, RS2, and RS3? If that is the case, then I don't think it will work properly. The resistors are the primary part of the mod and adding the resistors on top of the capacitors is to take it 'the extra mile' sort of thing.
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When you get super blurry pics like that, the easy way to fix it is to get more light to the camera sensor, so turn on every light around you or move to a better lit room, pics will turn out much better wink.gif
So you only added 10ohm resistors onto the capacitors according to the xDevs article and did not short resistors RS1, RS2, and RS3? If that is the case, then I don't think it will work properly. The resistors are the primary part of the mod and adding the resistors on top of the capacitors is to take it 'the extra mile' sort of thing.
Tin(the guy who made the guide), at kingpincooling, said that:
"No need to do anything with shunts RS1,RS2,RS3.

Only solder low-value resistors to three caps C278, C271, C263 like here:"


http://forum.kingpincooling.com/showthread.php?t=3879&page=5
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

Tin(the guy who made the guide), at kingpincooling, said that:
"No need to do anything with shunts RS1,RS2,RS3.

Only solder low-value resistors to three caps C278, C271, C263 like here:"


http://forum.kingpincooling.com/showthread.php?t=3879&page=5
Very interesting. Thanks smile.gif
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

Tin(the guy who made the guide), at kingpincooling, said that:
"No need to do anything with shunts RS1,RS2,RS3.

Only solder low-value resistors to three caps C278, C271, C263 like here:"


http://forum.kingpincooling.com/showthread.php?t=3879&page=5

Does he know what the phase angle is after he adds the resistors? Because the total impedance and current will have a phase angle from 0-90 deg when you do that.
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Does he know what the phase angle is after he adds the resistors? Because the total impedance and current will have a phase angle from 0-90 deg when you do that.
And what does that mean and what does it cause?
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Does he know what the phase angle is after he adds the resistors? Because the total impedance and current will have a phase angle from 0-90 deg when you do that.

Ummm. TiN?

He's an engineer at EVGA.

As in... you don't need to question his work. Ever.
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I have this pcb (Palit 1080 Gamerock):

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Palit/GeForce_GTX_1080_GameRock/images/front.jpg

Can I "solder" with Collaboratory Liquid Pro resistors to unlock power ? Which ones ?

Thank you very much
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And what does that mean and what does it cause?

Adding resistors to a reactive circuit (AC or pulsed DC signal with Capacitors and or inductors) Will change the phase angle Eg. in purely inductive circuits Voltage leads current by 90 Degrees, in capacitive circuits Current leads voltage by 90 Degrees. Adding a resistors to capacitors can significantly change the impedance of the circuit, as impedance is a calculated value depending on current flow, voltage and signal frequency.

Long story short, if you add resistors you will shift the phase angle by 90 Degrees, Voltage will lead current.

Sorry if there is missing information. I just woke up and my eyes are blurry smile.gif
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