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Originally Posted by nrpeyton View Post

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.

Paint is undernearth the resistors, all you need is a little paint to make sure there's good contact between the resistor and the capacitor underneath. You don't want to over do your paint work cos it may short the capacitor completely resulting 0A current reading which may cause the GPU to lock into a low frequency state.

Here's how this resistor | silver paint | capacitor structure is like




I also put some non-conductive thermal glue in the middle to make sure the silver paint doesn't short the capacitor, and it also gives the whole structure some strength:thumb:
Edited by Coopiklaani - 5/4/17 at 12:11pm
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I think it should since the lowered resistance stays static and the readings are manipulated by a static value. So if your idle power is 30% lower the load power should be by the same factor.
Im pretty sure your card is downclocking the first 13 MHz (12.5MHz in reality) when you leave 36°C to 37°C.

Excellent, I can't wait to try this..


Will great seeing 380w draw in-game using my FE.

People will wonder whats going on lol ;=p
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I too am considering trying this out. (after all I have a ton of smd resistors laying around from rghing xboxs lol. )How many watts did 100 ohm resistors net you @coopiklaani?
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I too am considering trying this out. (after all I have a ton of smd resistors laying around from rghing xboxs lol. )How many watts did 100 ohm resistors net you @coopiklaani?

100ohm resistors will give you 1.4x TDP

Formula:

(R+40)/R

for example:
R = 10ohm, 5x TDP
R = 22ohm, 2.81x TDP
R = 47ohm, 1.85x TDP
R = 100ohm, 1.4x TDP

I'll recommmand 22ohm or 47ohm resistors. 5x is a little bit overkill, you'll hit low-side TDP anyways. 1.4x TDP is a little be on the low side, you probably want more.
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I think it should since the lowered resistance stays static and the readings are manipulated by a static value. So if your idle power is 30% lower the load power should be by the same factor.
Im pretty sure your card is downclocking the first 13 MHz (12.5MHz in reality) when you leave 36°C to 37°C.

Yeah, you are kind of right.

For example, when i apply +150 on the gpu and start a bench, first it clocks to 2063 and after a couple of seconds when temp is above high 30ies, it clocks to 2050. So you already have the first downclock at about 38 degree.

Why i said, i have the first downclock above 48 degree, is because i set the baseline on the official 1900MHz stock max boost. For my example 1900 + 150 is 2050, so the 2063 below 38 degree in my mind is an additional overclock because of very low temps. 2050 is the baseline for a +150 oc, so the first downclock from that baseline is above 48 degree. Does this make any sense? Tell me the truth smile.gif
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Ok guys I flashed, on Nvidia FE bios now, ran a heaven loop and my Grizzly thermal paste is a def improvement over stock, low to high 50C range instead of 63C stock, clocks are pretty roughly the same though, mostly at 1962-1974, sometimes goes down to 1949 or can do 1987 if I add 50% voltage but obviously thats not worth it. I saw it hit 2000 mhz when the loop first started so looks like if I keep it in the 40C range ill see it jump to 2000 mhz or higher possibly. I dont know if thats worth $170 for this hybrid cooler from EVGA though, what do you guys think? I could always just use the stepup program and roll the dice on a new card later.
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BIOS for Voltage over 1.093v

According to very reputable author of this video. (buildzoids tear down of the 1080 TI FE PCB/VRM):
https://youtu.be/dSCNf9DIBGE

Buildzoid says A BIOS does exist for one card, that does allow voltage up to 1.25v

Anyone know which card it is?


Or is he getting confused with the STRIX T4 BIOS that everyone was using on the 1080's (non TI's)?
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BIOS for Voltage over 1.093v

According to very reputable author of this video. (buildzoids tear down of the 1080 TI FE PCB/VRM):
https://youtu.be/dSCNf9DIBGE

Buildzoid says A BIOS does exist for one card, that does allow voltage up to 1.25v

Anyone know which card it is?

I guess he meant Kingpin edition + evga voltage tool
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I guess he meant Kingpin edition + evga voltage tool

From the tone of the video (and how he said it); I got the impression it was something thats already been released.
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Managed to finally get 2012mhz in ME:Andromeda on Ultra with Lighting/DOF mod with right curve on this STRIX. But I need 1.050V to get stable 2012 mhz frown.gif . I saw people here getting 2000mhz on 1.000V...

I have to run it with 60% fan speed to keep it under 62C which makes card little too loud for my taste...

I will have to try FTW3 and EVGA Hybrid SC next to see if I can get above 2000mhz stable with low noise and better stability in power hunger games....
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