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That is only for the lastest version for 10 series cards. The previous version does see the card and allow overclocking.


I tried using this version to see if I could enable K-Boost to no avail, does it work for you?
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No, kboost will not work for me either, all else good same as AB
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Alright, this CLU spreads VERY thin! That is a good thing for us vertical mount people. I used a very tiny amount of CLU, about the size of a needle eye's worth. Used the included brush to ever so carefully brush the whole resistor. Basically, the incredibly small amount of weight of the used CLU could never overcome the surface tension and "fall off". Only way it should come off is to wipe it.


Thanks Great to see that's the way I will go when I get my wb thin layer call it a day...
Hopefully at some point we will be able to mod bios
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Update: Got the EVGA Hybrid Cooler installed. Easier than expected. nVidia's stock thermal solution is basically moist clay, it might be worth it to some to crack it open just to replace it.

Heaven used to shoot my GPU straight into the 80's pretty much on a steady incline, now it's struggling as I type this to break 55c at 50% fan speed. Now to try some overclocking B-). Thanks to Gary2015 for the quick responses.

Well, it's water... My TX Maxwell can't go above 65°C with h115i on itself running 1,55GHz. smile.gifsmile.gif I presume TXP can do so much better.

The Youtubers came for their free cards, ofc. mPascal announcement pending.
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Just for the record, those of you who are actually going to use the Shunt mod; PLEASE for the love of god only short ONE shunt at a time and then check your system after each one. If one shunt shorted, or two shunts shorted is enough to supply you the power you need then you really don't want to do more. I've had personal experience with these type of mods and i can say that each shunt you mod increases the risk exponentially of frying the relatively weak VRM's. I've found in the Maxwell TITAN X's that using just two shunts was more than enough for me to get 1,550mhz on both cards with stock bios; doing three often provides little to no benefit but increases risk.

The Pascal chips, despite having a nicer 7+2 phase design, use weaker E6930's made by A&O rather than the older chips that had a much better low and high end amp maximum. iirc these are rated for only ~20 amp low and like 75 amp high, which means that using more than maybe 340-350 watt will give trouble; and using any more than 1.1v - 1.125v or so core voltage is risking blowing the VRM's as well.

You also risk the card being forced out of 3d mode by Nvidia's software detecting too low power if you raise the TDP limit too much; meaning your card could permanently be stuck in "2d mode" with very low mhz frequency cap.

Jus' sayin...



On a side note, trying to decide whether to get my 2nd TITAN XP, or order waterblocks first. I won't have the money for both for another week or so; so i'm wondering if i should just order the two waterblocks so i won't have to deal with the crazy temps and noise on my current T-XP, then just get the 2nd one later. I mean i'll have to buy one of the EK terminals too, so it's definitely gonna cut into the cash i have currently. I'll have ~$1,380 free in a few days, which if i get those blocks won't leave me enough for the 2nd T-XP...decisions decisions lol
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This would be a reason why 1080TI doesn't need to exist

Nvidia - $1.43 Billion revenue beats expectations with Pascal Graphics chips.


http://venturebeat.com/2016/08/11/nvidias-1-43-billion-in-revenue-beats-expectations-as-pascal-graphics-chips-launch/
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Has anyone else noticed different Boost Clocks when using same exact AB settings? Im doing +215 on the core all the time but i've seen 3DMark reporting 2073-2088 and last one 2101 rolleyes.gif

Your card is throttling, most likely from power target. My card used to be like that too. 3DMark was mostly power target throttle for me and some other benchmarks were a temperature throttle. Games seemed to be a combination of both but used to be hitting temp a bit harder. Since I replaced the default TIM with Kryonaut and did the shunt mod games do not normally reach the 80c mark and start temp throttling and they no longer PT throttle either.

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Great write up man.. I have couple questions why did you only do two and not mod the third 5mo also?
Is it to not put to much power thru the card ?
also after reading some people say clu should not be used on vertical for fear of rolling off.. what is you take? I usually use on delid and gets hard..never tried gpu
I tried a old resistor with artic silver 5 and then blow dryer tacked up pretty good, do you think being polyxynthetic silver it would work?
I am getting my wb next week and I have more clu on order but my card is vertical and don't want to take chance shorting out..thanks

Covering only the top 2 resistors already results in a power limit capable of damaging the card when you turn the PT slider up to 120%. No need to cover the 3rd resistor when we are already at those kind of power levels. Not modding the last resistor also helps to make sure resistance doesn't get too low on the circuit and thus kick the card into fault mode and lock you at 135MHz. This fault mode is also why you cannot just solder little wires across the resistors for a more permanent and safer mod, resistance is too low and the card faults.

I see you already read Vega's post right below yours for his thoughts on the vertical mounting of the card.

CLU is made from some sort of gallium mix, or maybe just straight gallium, if I am not mistaken. I do know it dries out over time but I have no idea how fast that will happen on these resistors here. I did suggest possibly using a hair drier and maybe some ice or something to do a bunch of forced thermal cycles to see if that might help the process along quick.

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Decided to do all 3 resistors huh? I guess maybe since you are using a bit thinner layer that might be fine because a thinner layer would also mean each resistor still has more resistance on it (theoretically anyway). I still only recommend shorting 2 of them as that will let you reach up to almost 400 watts of power target which is past what I consider the safe level on this card. It has a VERY weak VRM.
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Your card is throttling, most likely from power target. My card used to be like that too. 3DMark was mostly power target throttle for me and some other benchmarks were a temperature throttle. Games seemed to be a combination of both but used to be hitting temp a bit harder. Since I replaced the default TIM with Kryonaut and did the shunt mod games do not normally reach the 80c mark and start temp throttling and they no longer PT throttle either.
In any of the 4 3DMark tests it wont go higher than 70 Degrees, but how can it get to 2101 or even to 2088 which is what i usually see from just +215 in AB ?
I see people post +250 and even +275 , on the core so decided to ask
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Judging from another thread, there are a few people scoffing at TXP owners and waiting on their 1080Ti which they are sure will be released soon.

Yeah, a lot of people want to tell "us" what the worth of something is to "us". I am enjoying my cards and if the TI comes out; I hope they enjoy it as well.
Edited by CRITTY - 8/11/16 at 3:07pm
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In any of the 4 3DMark tests it wont go higher than 70 Degrees, but how can it get to 2101 or even to 2088 which is what i usually see from just +215 in AB ?
I see people post +250 and even +275 , on the core so decided to ask
What is your max boost clock with no overclock just 120% power limit ?

So if it's 1886Mhz and you add +215Mhz you should get a max boost clock of 2101Mhz
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