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Don't open unless you got the stomach to. One of the saddest things I've seen so far...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

My heart goes out to you... wow. frown.gif
Talk about taking it to the 11th in terms of "effing" the box...

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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

The shunt mod doesn't do anything but override the power limit. If his card is getting artifacts at the offset he's talking about, that's not going to do anything for him.

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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

It's not going to raise the maximum allowable voltage...the shunt mod doesn't do anything for that. It may allow your card to hit a higher voltage because it's not power limit throttling, but.....shorting the shunts doesn't have any direct impact on voltage.

Gotcha. I learned something new.
So the shunt mod is just to lower TDP? That's it?
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Originally Posted by Dry Bonez View Post

If you had this card, what would you do? Get rid of it?

TL;DR answer: Yes
Long answer... if you can get $170ish for it ($600), then I'd seriously consider that... It's not a card that clocks wells, so unless you're happy with almost stock settings, move on.
If you are happy with the price vs performance ratio, then keep it. If I could pick up another 1080 for $400 ish, I'd consider it for a second rig or SLI, even if it ran stock. Then again, my card is a speed demon. I'd flip that card asap & get a 1080Ti... using the extra $170 towards it or towards a water block if you were going in that direction. thumb.gif
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It bypasses the prescribed power limit that's set in the bios.
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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

It bypasses the prescribed power limit that's set in the bios.

Is there a shunt mod for non-reference boards?
I'm note 1337 or daring enough to mess with my card, yet... I'm in no way thermal throttling, so it's simply a max power issue. I'd really like to try even 1.15v if not the full blow 1.2v
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Originally Posted by Synthetickiller View Post

Is there a shunt mod for non-reference boards?
I'm note 1337 or daring enough to mess with my card, yet... I'm in no way thermal throttling, so it's simply a max power issue. I'd really like to try even 1.15v if not the full blow 1.2v

I think so, look at my pics of my card in a page or two back of my shunt mod, and see if the pcb of yours has the same resistor/regulator on it.


IMG_20160925_162122_zpskssl4gml.jpg


YOU CAN SEE THE Liquid metal, in the 2nd photo


IMG_20160925_162135_zpss6awnsho.jpg
Edited by tps3443 - 9/26/16 at 5:48pm
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I have a zotac amp extreme 1080. , since its clocked at 1772/1911 , afterburner can barely put +50 on the clock and I have noticed all the cards even the founders seem to hi 2126 or lower before they settle in at around 2101 , 2088 etc no matter what the card is , so is there a POINT to buying a $700 card or a $610 dollar card on newegg... all the reviews are saying they all hit this clock and its like a lock they cant go any higher than 2.1ghz....

Now i heard theres some LN2 thing that can make 2400 ghz? does anyone know about that at all?? I thougth that was an msi lightning bios?
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I think i catch very good card

MSI Gaming X 1080

Core: 2341mhz - 2-3 days gaming and benchmarks 100% stable
Memory: 5584mhz - best for me for all games and bench's - but still looking sweet point
Voltage: 1.093
Temp: 64C max - I add thermal pads and copper radiators on backplate - 2-3C Temp down overall
I repaste Core by CLU - temps down 7-9C
80% max RPM cooler
Ambient temp: 24C

My only issue is POWER limit - sometimes throttle my core -13 or -26mhz down - but not very often and only for 1-2 sec

No shunts mod - because after paste CLU on resistors i had coil whine as hell

I tried 10 bioses and zero different for me - only Asus Strix OC bios without power limit push my card on 2380 on air but with 1.15 voltage - but my fps in games and bench results was the same like on stock Gaming X bios

Any idea how to throw away POWER limit? Shunt mod falls



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@galeonki

Your score looks about right for a 2063MHz GTX 1080, not 2300MHz+

The bios you're using is not very good.
    
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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post

@galeonki

Your score looks about right for a 2063MHz GTX 1080, not 2300MHz+

The bios you're using is not very good.

i know that the score of FS is crap but fps in games are much higher - on valley benchmark too wink.gif and i dont have MEM sweet point yet. Its a stock BIOS. Only this POWER limit.... I have no idea how bypass it...

btw ive reach 20820 points overall and 24920 graphics but fps in games was lower by 2-3 with MSI Hawk EK bios and similar with FE bios.

testing now higher clocks and we will see how far it goes

edit: 2354mhz seems ok after 3 benchmarks - i stick time spy graphics res:



the same story - with different bios i have higher bench results but 2-3 frames lower in games - testing in fallout4 and gta5

at 1.000v ive reach very stable 2151mhz


ps. sorry for double post
Edited by galeonki - 9/26/16 at 10:51pm
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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

Got the block and backplate installed on the first 1080 FTW today. I've got another pump, pump top, fittings and coolant coming in on Tuesday. Should be ready to get the loop drained, flushed and rebuilt next weekend.




That is one sweet looking backplate!

Also got the FTW block comming in today with nickel backplate, Must say I like the colored ones much better than the "standard" black one!
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Originally Posted by grimboso View Post

That is one sweet looking backplate!

Also got the FTW block comming in today with nickel backplate, Must say I like the colored ones much better than the "standard" black one!

I was a little disappointed that it was more of a brushed nickel surface, than a polished one.....but that's easily fixed.
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