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2100 on air club? how many of us are there?
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Anyone test the MSI Armour OC BIOS, it has a 330W power limit.
    
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Ah so it is normal? Ive got the AIO water coolers on them and temps never exceed 47c under timespy. Ive seen some users report no power limiting when benching with timespy but it seems impossible! I am worried that it effects performance somehow.

Well a good question is what card they are using and what bios? Asus and msi bios gives 15 more watts. Pilat gives 30 more watts. So at 1.000v that extra 15 to 30 watts can keep them from throttling.

With a shunt mod, they won't throttle at all.

Okay, more testing on Palit over stock using latest drivers, Superposition quite a bit higher with stock even though clocks are lower. TimeSpy roughly the same as stock, Heaven 1.5 FPS better on stock than Palit BIOS.

Yes, you were right @SlimJ87D (eats crow), stock does seem to be better, I jumped the gun. redface.gif
    
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Is CLU preferred for the shunt mod over something like good old conductive ink pens because it's easily removed or due to a certain amount of electric conductivity? Seems like a conductive pen would be easier to work with but it's been years since I did voltage mods on my old 580 LOL ..

You don't want to completely short the resistor. LM is not perfectly conductive so a little on top is enough to only drop resistance a little. Enough to fool the shunts a good 20-30% or so, but not enough to completely short the resistor and cause the card to go into a fail safe power state.
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I used CLU and I insulated the resistor and solder joints using liquid electrical tape which is really cheap and removable.

Before you shunt mod, you can see if more voltage actually does anything for you.

Voltage allows me to go form 2088 Mhz to 2114 Mhz and requires 1.075-1.092v to run. So that power limited me when I was at that voltage.

Is CLU preferred for the shunt mod over something like good old conductive ink pens because it's easily removed or due to a certain amount of electric conductivity? Seems like a conductive pen would be easier to work with but it's been years since I did voltage mods on my old 580 LOL ..

A conductive pen won't work. It doesn't lower the electrical resistance nearly enough. Has to be CLU or Conductonaut, CLU preferred, some people have issues with Conductonaut not spreading very well.
    
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A conductive pen won't work. It doesn't lower the electrical resistance nearly enough. Has to be CLU or Conductonaut, CLU preferred, some people have issues with Conductonaut not spreading very well.

Yeah, I feel bad for the 3 to 5 people in the shunt thread that bought conductive pens and it only raised their TDP an extra 5%... They all got too excited by the idea and all bought the pens together.
post #7137 of 10715
New drivers seem good. Sounds like it's worth installing.

https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/67gkfq/driver_38189_faqdiscussion_thread/

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New drivers seem good. Sounds like it's worth installing.

https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/67gkfq/driver_38189_faqdiscussion_thread/


Thanks for sharing thumb.gif
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I may have stopped the voltages jumping around even on a straight voltage curve line.

Right click the .bat file, choose Edit and open it in Notepad, change the number after -pl to your max power limit, you can look your max power limit up at:

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=&manufacturer=&model=GTX+1080+Ti&interface=&memType=&memSize=&since=

Open your Task Scheduler search for it in Run or Cortana, add the bat file to run at login, just add it as a Basic Task, then double click the entry in your task list and edit it like the screenshots. Have the bat file start 30 seconds after login.

You need to click on Properties in the right window to edit it like the pictures when you double-click it from your task list.

Unzip this file for powerlimit.bat file. smile.gif

powerlimit.zip 0k .zip file Unzip this file for powerlimit.bat file. smile.gif





Or you can just edit and run the bat file itself but you'll have to do it on every login. redface.gif

Seems manually setting the power limit even if it doesn't actually change it fixes that issue. biggrin.gif
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90 minute run in Battlefield One at 2101, NO LOCK in curve. Stayed at 2101 the entire time, and i am shocked tbh. At +100Mv. sick.
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