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Question for those who have a 1080ti with a full water block, what kind of temps are you seeing? I am using an EK waterblock along with an EK 240mm rad and max temp is 41c, does that seem right to you or a little to warm?

That is cooler than mine. Well depends on the games I play and for how long. My 1080ti runs around 41-45c when playing PUBG with 720mm rad space in a Phantek's Evolv TG case. Paired with it is a 7700k delidded. Rocket league my temps stay in the mid to high 30's.
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Why not to do the resistor mod, much safer and much more accurate. You can still use the power readouts from the GPU after the resistor power mod just with proper scaling.

u got a link?

and does it involve soldering? (invalidating warranty etc)
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Conductive paint/gel etc. won't work, doesn't increase conductivity enough, has to be liquid metal or the resisters like someone said. redface.gif

Conductive paint won't work if you are doing a shunt mod, since shunt resistor are only 0.005Ohm in resistance. But it is completely ok if you are doing a resistor mod since the resistor you are adding will be in the range of 10Ohm to 100Ohm, totally work with conductive paint.

You have a video or link how to do this with conductive paint?

I'm totally interested, have a vertically mounted card. smile.gif
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Question for those who have a 1080ti with a full water block, what kind of temps are you seeing? I am using an EK waterblock along with an EK 240mm rad and max temp is 41c, does that seem right to you or a little to warm?
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That is cooler than mine. Well depends on the games I play and for how long. My 1080ti runs around 41-45c when playing PUBG with 720mm rad space in a Phantek's Evolv TG case. Paired with it is a 7700k delidded. Rocket league my temps stay in the mid to high 30's.


Ambient temps are an important factor. At 20c ambient, both of the 1080 Tis stay in the high 20s most of the time and go as high as 30c.
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Why not to do the resistor mod, much safer and much more accurate. You can still use the power readouts from the GPU after the resistor power mod just with proper scaling.

I would think you could do the same with the Liquid Metal shunt mod by simply noting your baseline TDP values and getting a correction value that way. I prefer to not do anything permanent to the card like soldering or gluing in resistors. Otherwise you may as well forget the shunt mod all together and just solder in a trim pot to control your voltage and TDP using external dip switches.

https://xdevs.com/guide/pascal_m_oc/
Edited by KraxKill - 5/4/17 at 10:57am
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Conductive paint/gel etc. won't work, doesn't increase conductivity enough, has to be liquid metal or the resisters like someone said. redface.gif

Conductive paint won't work if you are doing a shunt mod, since shunt resistor are only 0.005Ohm in resistance. But it is completely ok if you are doing a resistor mod since the resistor you are adding will be in the range of 10Ohm to 100Ohm, totally work with conductive paint.

Would these work by scratching the metal contacts of each end of shunt and sticking on with silver conductive paint?

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/100pcs-SMD-Chip-Surface-Mount-0805-Resistor-10-10-ohm-1-8W-1-/222190717547?hash=item33bb994a6b:g:To0AAOSw0fhXjOha
    
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u got a link?

and does it involve soldering? (invalidating warranty etc)

I did do a brief tutorial here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1624521/nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-owners-club/7160

No soldering, but silver paint
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The resistormod messes up the readouts, this is using 3 x 10Ohm Resists -




http://imgur.com/a/UXIgx



http://imgur.com/a/2S6wk

So does shunt mod. With the resistors mod you can actually re-calibrate your power readouts, for example, 3 x 10Ohm resistor mod reduces power readings by 5 times. Simply multiplying the power readouts by 5 you will get your real power. thumb.gif You can not do the same with liquidmetal shunt mod.


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Sounds like that involves some soldering? If so, I've got no skills. biggrin.gif

No soldering required, just conductive gel/paint/glue will do .


Would these work by scratching the metal contacts of each end of shunt and sticking on with silver conductive paint?

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/100pcs-SMD-Chip-Surface-Mount-0805-Resistor-10-10-ohm-1-8W-1-/222190717547?hash=item33bb994a6b:g:To0AAOSw0fhXjOha
    
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I would think you could do the same with the Liquid Metal shunt mod by simply noting your baseline TDP values and getting a correction value that way. I prefer to not do anything permanent to the card like soldering or gluing in resistors. Otherwise you may as well forget the shunt mod all together and just solder in a trim pot to control your voltage and TDP using external dip switches.

https://xdevs.com/guide/pascal_m_oc/

The problem with the liquid metal shunt is uncertainty. Basically you can end up with unbalanced power reading reduction on each of the shunts. It is pretty hard to compensation accurately.

Resistor mod is also not permanent, you can remove them anytime and clean the silver paint with rubbing alcohol.
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I did do a brief tutorial here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1624521/nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-owners-club/7160

No soldering, but silver paint

Okay not exactly sure what I'm looking at here.

Coopiklaani? can u do us a more detailed article?



where is the paint?

The idea of still being able to calculate my correct power usage in watts is very inticing

hwinfo64 even allows you to enter that calculation in; so the correct power usage would be displayed in all your games through Riva Tuner.
Edited by nrpeyton - 5/4/17 at 11:17am
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