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Guys, sorry for not reading all 27 pages, in the next few days I will be fitting a water block to a TXp for a good mate and he also wants the shunt mod done but I don't really want to use clu if I can avoid it and my mate reckons conductive pen works, can you guys confirm this and show me how much to apply? I don't want to keep refitting the block if I can avoid it and I don't want to hurt the gpu.

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Guys, sorry for not reading all 27 pages, in the next few days I will be fitting a water block to a TXp for a good mate and he also wants the shunt mod done but I don't really want to use clu if I can avoid it and my mate reckons conductive pen works, can you guys confirm this and show me how much to apply? I don't want to keep refitting the block if I can avoid it and I don't want to hurt the gpu.

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You could look into something like this:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1624521/nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-owners-club/8500_100#post_26075321
post #273 of 339
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Originally Posted by OZrevhead View Post

Guys, sorry for not reading all 27 pages, in the next few days I will be fitting a water block to a TXp for a good mate and he also wants the shunt mod done but I don't really want to use clu if I can avoid it and my mate reckons conductive pen works, can you guys confirm this and show me how much to apply? I don't want to keep refitting the block if I can avoid it and I don't want to hurt the gpu.

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You could look into something like this:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1624521/nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-owners-club/8500_100#post_26075321

Has anyone here done this, if so how were the results?
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post #274 of 339
I sourced a low resistance multimeter to do this properly (as in de8auer's thread on shunt modding), what resistance do I need to aim for on both shunts?

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How do you do the shunt mod with 0805 47 Ohm resistors.

Do you use thermal glue and conductive paint and put them on the shunts the CLM goes on?
    
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Yes that's right, isnt that what you said yourself in the link in post 273?

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Well the shunt mod doesn't seem like it would help in my case as it looks like I'm limited by voltage instead of power limit:
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GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition Power Mod (english)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2_UjhMHU5o&t=25s
post #279 of 339
So its best to test your vid card before applying a shunt mod as you may not need it?
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Yes, shunt mod isn't going to help you get a better overclock unless you are limited by GPU Power Wattage (or as shown in GPU-Z, Power Consumption TDP going above 90-95%).

E.g For my 1070 FTW, the default power target is 185w on that custom PCB so with +22% (122% power limit) you're looking at 225W which you won't come close to without furmark or a hard voltage mod.

I only ever managed to reach 175W with the maximum voltage and maximum stable overclock. As said above I ended up being limited by GPU voltage instead of TDP wattage limit.
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