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Pfff CLU is not my fav stuff to apply :-)

Since my card is hanging thus vertical i have made some safety precautions for when the stuff decides to run over..

I made 3 plastic squares which i put around the resistors .
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Then with a little sweaty hands i applied to godly stuff


I must have lost atleast 5 pounds of weight but it is working.


Tomorrow i'm going to install my EK block and wil see how the CLU is *hanging* and maybe put a little roof over the resistors

*update*
After installing the EK block its nice too see you can clearly see the resistors and thus check up on them
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Edited by markklok - 8/26/16 at 2:26pm
post #3202 of 7589
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Originally Posted by eliau81 View Post

so i decided to try the shunt mod
but i don't have any liquid metal
will pencil on the 5om gonna work?
how many 5om i need to shunt ? there are 3

please help guys
im going to use evga 980 AIO HYBRID
post #3203 of 7589
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Originally Posted by eliau81 View Post

so i decided to try the shunt mod
but i don't have any liquid metal
will pencil on the 5om gonna work?
how many 5om i need to shunt ? there are 3

Nope. Pencil will be too high resistance.

Even a conductive silver pen will be too high resistance to work.

Soldering it over or running copper wire may not work either.

The problem is you need to hit a very specific resistance range. It has to be less than the tiny resistor on there, but not zero, because then it goes into error mode and protects itself by turning the power way down instead of up.

I don't know how someone figured out that CLU had just the right resistance, but that's really the only solution I've heard when asking around.

You can ask more in the thread for it.
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post #3204 of 7589
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Well, as I said, I knew people would disagree.

IMHO, much like the audiophile community, I believe that you truly believe you are seeing a difference, but that it is all placebo effect. Human brains are silly things and can not be trusted, not even your own tongue.gif

Personally, in modern times on LCD panels I cant visually tell the difference of anything above 30fps. 30fps "feels" off when I move the mouse though, and it keeps feeling off up until about 60fps, above which I can't tell a difference at all, and I couldn't when I was young and nimble either 15 years ago, when I had a 100hz CRT tongue.gif

I absolutely don't believe in scaling. The #1 reason I get larger monitors is for the extra screen real estate. Scaling the display completely counteracts that benefit. IMHO, nothing above ~100-120DPI makes sense on the desktop. For higher resolution a larger screen is the way to go.

IMHO, my 48" 4k screen is too big. It only results in ~92DPI which is a little bit too low to me. At 42" to 44" 4k would be perfect though.

What about examples like this? http://30vs60.com/bf4running.php

If you want to be more rigorous, don't read the text above the 2 running videos so you won't know which is 30 and which is 60.
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Someone try out these settings in Deus Ex. It's the best I could find that looked good while still maintaining an average fps of at least 100. Although, admittedly, some areas I drop to 90fps because the latest drivers broke overclocking on my cards and I have to run them under 2GHz. For the rest of you, that shouldn't be a problem. In buildings/etc it'll go up to 120-144fps. GPU usage generally sits at around 85% across both cards. Meaning with water blocks and a proper OC, and DX12, we can probably look forward to another 25-30% FPS compared to now. But it's honestly playable right now.

This is for 1440p, btw.

Couple things to note: Screen space reflections. They're nice. But it's responsible for a solid 10% reduction in FPS, even with the normal "on" mode. Ultra is even worse. "Very High" shadows are also less taxing that "High" shadows. Noooo idea why.

edit: One mistake I made. You should keep shadows on Medium because Very High seems to introduce some hitching during many scene transitions. The screenshots below are all with Medium shadows.

I just can't pull the trigger on a game that I can't play maxed out at 4k 60fps with 2 Titan XP's. It's not like this game has the best graphics of any game to date; no reason for it to run so "poorly".
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I just can't pull the trigger on a game that I can't play maxed out at 4k 60fps with 2 Titan XP's. It's not like this game has the best graphics of any game to date; no reason for it to run so "poorly".

Even with Disabled AA and disabled Trashworks stuff like god hairs or whatever?
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I just can't pull the trigger on a game that I can't play maxed out at 4k 60fps with 2 Titan XP's. It's not like this game has the best graphics of any game to date; no reason for it to run so "poorly".

Some times I wonder why people actually buy these titans if they have reasons like that not to play an awesome game.
Edited by Fiercy - 8/25/16 at 1:10pm
post #3208 of 7589
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Some times I wonder why people actually buy these titans if they have reasons like that not to play an awesome game.

Awesome game? Must be a one of those facts they throw around here. I have plenty of awesome games in my backlog to play and refuse to support that game in it's current state. I don't have time for that or your drivel.
post #3209 of 7589
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Even with Disabled AA and disabled Trashworks stuff like god hairs or whatever?

That was with AA off. There was an update so that may have changed, but I have not checked it out as of today.
post #3210 of 7589
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Originally Posted by Fiercy View Post

Some times I wonder why people actually buy these titans if they have reasons like that not to play an awesome game.

Do you buy a fridge to store rotten, moldy food in, or fresh food in?

And yeah, any title (sans heavily modded or .ini files cranked up to 11) that can't run at 60 fps @4k on SLI TXP (assuming it supports SLI) even with AA disabled is moldy and rotten.
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