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post #461 of 463 (permalink) Old 05-17-2019, 02:03 PM
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i forget to add you the picture of where i replace and solder the resistors of 3MO.

is not my rtx titan because is mounted on my actual computer where i am making this post. but is exaclty thos i replace. I did nothing else.

i replace the rights ones ?in front card i think yes regarding your picture but on the back ?
yes that looks correct. I haven't been on the forums due to school but those are the 2 resistors to replace.

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post #462 of 463 (permalink) Old 05-30-2019, 07:01 PM
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how i can check if i did well the work because i am prety sur ai totaly over heat too much this area it was a big mess to unsolder with my defect iron...

but what i see is i can overclok it less than before the mod. i am till now in air cooling
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Hi All

Just got a Titan RTX for research. Looking to do an OC but safely (i.e. nothing too detrimental to the life of the card) as it's my research groups.
Questions:
1a) What tool do you use to OC for Windows
- Edit: Found it, MSI Afterburner for windows.
1b) What about Linux? (Ubuntu 18.04).
2) What are some relatively safe OC's?
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