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post #1491 of 2774 (permalink) Old 04-28-2017, 01:48 PM
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Damn nice work Rod. Making it harder to get rid of this beast. redface.gif

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boom. LN2 on the card also or just the cpu?
Thanks guys. LN2 on gpu and cpu. Unfortunately Dancop pushed me out of my spot. 100 points is a lot to make up especially on a 5960x. This ocf is being finicky as well and doesnt seem to like cold. 1-2 hrs at most and have to shut down. Hot boxing right now to possibly get another go tonight. I'd like to do win7 benches before revisiting Timespy.
Seems it really is luck of draw with these when it comes to cold. Sounds like some cant stand colder than -50*, while some are full on / full pot capable. They do drop a couple bins. This one dropped to 1.025v from 1.05v max. Didnt seem to hurt though as was bumping 115% PL on occasion @ 2228. Hopefully have a bit more left in the tank. and then I can try shunt mod.

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Thanks guys. LN2 on gpu and cpu. Unfortunately Dancop pushed me out of my spot. 100 points is a lot to make up especially on a 5960x. This ocf is being finicky as well and doesnt seem to like cold. 1-2 hrs at most and have to shut down. Hot boxing right now to possibly get another go tonight. I'd like to do win7 benches before revisiting Timespy.
Seems it really is luck of draw with these when it comes to cold. Sounds like some cant stand colder than -50*, while some are full on / full pot capable. They do drop a couple bins. This one dropped to 1.025v from 1.05v max. Didnt seem to hurt though as was bumping 115% PL on occasion @ 2228. Hopefully have a bit more left in the tank. and then I can try shunt mod.

yup.. pascal likes cold and really not voltage. and the PL extends with cold... even while still above zero! For this reason, air cooling these cards is... OC heresy. smile.gif

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Oh hey!

I saw a post where a guy soldered little 22ohm resistors across the capacitors around U26, he still had PL issues. Seems like jumpering the 5 milliohm shunt resistors gives better results, and an added bonus is they are a LOT larger physically. So these came today, and I'm going to slap them on top of the 5M0 shunts, should give .0025 milliohms, so just halving that value. Some Ti boards have .002 ohm resistors in those positions, so not as aggressive as those (all else being equal), but should still give meaningful results. If it doesn't work, at least I'll have 1200 reasons not to do it on the next one.


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10Ohm is the key i think.
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10Ohm is the key i think.

Yeah, we've been down that road in this thread, couldn't really figure out how to make that blob of CLU (that's working) measure 10 ohms. The 10 ohm figure got tossed out when when guys mis-read this HWbot post

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Adding 10Ohm 0805 size resistor on top of every larger ceramic capacitor next to INA3221 *U26* will reduce power levels about x3 times. These chip resistors can be bought in usual electronics shop, or online at retailers like Digikey, Mouser. In worst case you still can use usual thru-hole resistor, but it's not as convenient and you risking damaging caps or ripping traces off the board if you apply physical force on the joints.

You'll note that I'm not doing anything to the capacitors around U26.

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Off topic, but Was looking forward to getting home tonight after a long day of work Got a couple toys.

Then there's that moment when you realize you ordered a 3 slot bridge from Italy and not a 4 slot bridge....doh.gifmad.gif lol what a bozo! Good thing I paid a million dollars for shipping. Least the speakers worked out, smh.



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Off topic, but Was looking forward to getting home tonight after a long day of work Got a couple toys.

Then there's that moment when you realize you ordered a 3 slot bridge from Italy and not a 4 slot bridge....doh.gifmad.gif lol what a bozo! Good thing I paid a million dollars for shipping. Least the speakers worked out, smh.
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It looked to me like there is a film on the top contact of the shunt resistors that wasn't there before.

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