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So here if anyone is thinking about Power modding, Shunt mod with LM works, but is rather unreliable sometimes. Soldering a thin wire, works better than that. But the best way is to solder 10Ohm resistors on top of the capacitors next to the power controller IC. That works the best.

But there is something else to note, there is another power limit, either at the PCIe power connectors or the slot power draw. Still need to look into that.

Some images -

http://imgur.com/a/PLx3I


Liquid Metal Shun Mod- Power Target at about 105% Max.

Thin Battery Wires - Power Target at about 75%

Resistors in Caps - Power Target at 55% Max.
Edited by bloodhawk - 4/15/17 at 11:26am
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Looks like you need to unlock your power slider all the way to the max and also the voltage slider.

You pretty much have everything right now. Thermal throttling, power limiting, voltage limiting.

Hmm. My power slider is all the way at 125% which is the max. I don't see how I'm getting thermal throttling. The GPU hasn't gone over 51C while playing and I haven't dropped any bins at all. It's held my overclock of 2063 the entire time.

The reason you see the clock speeds like that is because I had to alt tab to the desktop to take a screenshot and it drops my clocks when I do that.

Any second opinions?

EDIT: Looking at afterburner, my power is around 85% while playing the game so that doesn't even seem close to the 125% I have it set to.

Here is my power info from the cmd. Did this at the desktop hence the 101.7 watt draw.


==============NVSMI LOG==============

Timestamp : Sat Apr 15 14:35:44 2017
Driver Version : 381.65

Attached GPUs : 1
GPU 0000:01:00.0
Power Readings
Power Management : Supported
Power Draw : 101.70 W
Power Limit : 375.00 W
Default Power Limit : 300.00 W
Enforced Power Limit : 375.00 W
Min Power Limit : 150.00 W
Max Power Limit : 375.00 W
Power Samples
Duration : 2.37 sec
Number of Samples : 119
Max : 104.84 W
Min : 79.31 W
Avg : 91.10 W


C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVSMI>
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As of now KedarWolf will be taking over as thread starter. He's also Shown interest in making this an [Official] 1080ti club by getting a club roster going. Please have patience while he gets things done and will he let you guys know when you can start adding yourself to the owners list.

Thank you KedarWolf

Awesome! Thank you KedarWolf! And the mods!
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Originally Posted by bloodhawk View Post

So here if anyone is thinking about Power modding, Shunt mod with LM works, but is rather unreliable sometimes. Soldering a thin wire, works better than that. But the best way is to solder 10Ohm resistors on top of the capacitors next to the power controller IC. That works the best.

But there is something else to note, there is another power limit, either at the PCIe power connectors or the slot power draw. Still need to look into that.

Some images -

http://imgur.com/a/PLx3I


Liquid Metal Shun Mod- Power Target at about 105% Max.

Thin Battery Wires - Power Target at about 75%

Resistors in Caps - Power Target at 55% Max.

Not everyone can solder lol. And hkw would that fly RMA wise? At least liquid metal you can blow dry off and wipe. What do you mean 105% Max for LM shunt mod? As in you only gain 5% extra power? Because that's wrong, I've seen people have access to 400+ watts. Doesn't mean the card needs that much to run though.
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Not everyone can solder lol. And hkw would that fly RMA wise? At least liquid metal you can blow dry off and wipe. What do you mean 105% Max for LM shunt mod? As in you only gain 5% extra power? Because that's wrong, I've seen people have access to 400+ watts. Doesn't mean the card needs that much to run though.

Definitely agreed and understandable.
I personally, can to board level work so it wont be a problem, till the time i can find the schematics and the core isn't fried tongue.gif

But i would stay away from using LM, the current and resistance were varying quite a bit.
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Hey peeps, PM me or mention here if you run a 1080 T, how many you run, AIO, water or stock air, and clocks you run for 24/7 use.

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What is the meaning of this, thought my oc was stable ? Gigabyte founders 1080ti under water locked @ 1.063v @ 2050 after an hour or so of playing mass effect andromeda it randomly crashed, temps are like 46c or somethng.
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Originally Posted by bloodhawk View Post

Definitely agreed and understandable.
I personally, can to board level work so it wont be a problem, till the time i can find the schematics and the core isn't fried tongue.gif

But i would stay away from using LM, the current and resistance were varying quite a bit.

It's already too late, I bought the liquid metal and I'm determined to use it. I bought paint brushes and liquid electrical tape. I'm going to put 2 coats around the resistors and even on the sides of the solder joints to protect them better.

There's more success stories with LM that there are failures so I'll risk it.
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