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post #3381 of 10537
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Originally Posted by dunbheagan View Post

Yeah, i know what you mean, maybe it is not necesary at all. But it gives me a little extra feeling of secureness, which is very welcome since it is the first time i am playing around with liquid metall... :-)

This is how it looks around the shunts:

Damn, what is that, looks dangerous.
post #3382 of 10537
You think so? I dont see why. It is just glossy black nail polish. The gloss makes it look very wet, maybe thats why you think it looks dangerous. But it has already totally hardened. I am still positive :-)
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Originally Posted by dunbheagan View Post

You think so? I dont see why. It is just glossy black nail polish. The gloss makes it look very wet, maybe thats why you think it looks dangerous. But it has already totally hardened. I am still positive :-)

What's it for ?
post #3384 of 10537
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Lol, no way do you get 10-20 FPS from a 2.4% increase from 2050 to 2100...

If you're at 100 FPS, you'll get 101-102 FPS

If you're at 50 FPS, you'll get 51 FPS

If you're at 144 FPS, you'll get 145-147 FPS

You'd have to boost to 2255 - 2460 Mhz to get 10-20 FPS extra.

This is assuming a generous 1:1 linear growth with Clock vs FPS.
foiled by that pesky math...
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@Mato87
I will use liquid metal on the shunts for the shunt mod. The nail polish is to isolate the small parts around the shunts, in case the liquid metall accidantelly spills on them.
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Originally Posted by Mato87 View Post

What's it for ?
to keep the conductive Conductanaut off of the transistors around the gpu die itself.
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@Mato87
I will use liquid metal on the shunts for the shunt mod. The nail polish is to isolate the small parts around the shunts, in case the liquid metall accidantelly spills on them.
works for the shunt mod Im told. I am seriously anxious for you to use it on the die itself, though. I'd go Kyronaut there.
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I think the most reliable solution so far has been soldering a thin wire across the resistor. I guarantee that for Volta, NVidia is going to put some kind of warranty-sealed cap over the resistors. tongue.gif
 
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post #3388 of 10537
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

I did a full benching Heaven loop on water, fans and pump at 100% at 2100, +657 memory, no driver crashes. Would power limit though and go from between 1.050v and 1.093v during the run though.

For 24/7 use i run fans at 65%,pump at 75% at 2062 core, +610 memory at 1.031v custom power curve.. Temps stay below 47C.

With no shunt mod (my card sits vertical) I get zero power limiting and my core will never dip below 2062 at 1.031v an entire Heaven run.

See how I did that here. smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627037/best-method-to-overclock-a-1080-ti-under-water-no-shunt-mod-good-under-air-too-lower-temps/0_20

Nice, I've been running 2050Mhz @ 1.000v & +500 memory for the past few days and its handled everything without issue so far peaks @41c. Manages 2000Mhz at 0.931v too.

I can't hit a stable 2100 it seems, but I'm happy with this. thumb.gif
post #3389 of 10537
Here is the BIOS file of ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING . If someone can extend the power limit and/or add a little more voltage smile.gif




1080ti_strix.zip 154k .zip file
post #3390 of 10537
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

works for the shunt mod Im told. I am seriously anxious for you to use it on the die itself, though. I'd go Kyronaut there.

Honestly i am a bit anxious too messing around with liquid metal on such an expensive card. But i am surely not the first one using conductonaut directly on the die, GPU or CPU. Reviews say you surely get a few degrees less from it, so i want to try it. Wish me luck :-)
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