You are throttling due to only power limit, correct? Not temp or anything like that?
If only PL, then yes, shunting will give you more headroom.
Those should be the correct resistors. Please verify with a DMM first however. Plenty of videos on how to check continuity out there.
The one in the lower left can be left alone, yes.
Liquid metal is not recommended. Metal pen, while not as corrosive to the components, is still not the best method. Soldering the 8mOhm resistors on is the most reliable way to do this.
I did one of my eVGA 2080Ti's and have been nothing but happy. For 24/7 gaming use, I can set to 2075 core and be done on the stock BIOS which gives me the best memory clocks. Plays everything in 1440p at 144 fps (Gsync max for my monitor). Water cooled, I hit high 40's load after about 60 minutes of gaming and it stays there.
Originally Posted by mattxx88
this is my baby, msi rtx 2080ti gaming x
i am getting mad cause of frequency throttle, can't find a bios that fix it properly.
do you think is possible to shunt it? i did shunt mod on my Titan pascal and worked great for years
this should be the 8pin resistors:
the one in the left corner should be the pci-e resistor and i think is not fine to shunt it, right?
do you think using metal pen or liquid metal works? or the only way is soldering 8 mOhms?