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Want more voltage out of On Semi NCP81610 controller on Palit RTX 2060 Super JS

Like the title says. I can keep the card at low 50C under load so I would think a bit more voltage would help, as is right now using the msi afterburner voltage lock trick I can get 2130MHz stable no fluctuations.

The card has the On Semi NCP81610 controller for the vcore vrm so I've never done a volt mod before but I understand that you're supposed to short the REFIN to GND using a trim pot? Is that it? But all the guides show to solder the trim pot to a nearby resistor to the controller. How do I figure out which resistor is connected to the REFIN? Using a multimeter and test? If anyone has experience with hard volt mods please chime in! Thanks! Trying to get the fastest RTX 2060 Super scores on ambient cooling.
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