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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-09-2019, 12:14 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by Asmodian View Post
It seems very likely, you will probably need to use something over 5 milliohms to bypasses without triggering safe mode.

Tbh i wouldnt even know where to begin because i thought this would be as simple as solder bridging over the resistor.

Also where can i buy these 5 milli ohm resistors in the same style used on the pcb of this 1660ti???

Are they the same as your "2080 Ti - Working Shunt Mod" thread on this forum?

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Are they the same as your "2080 Ti - Working Shunt Mod" thread on this forum?
Yes, from the photo posted here it looks like it uses the same shunts as the 2080 Ti.

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Ok so from that mod would you use 8 milli ohm still?

I found out that since I'm from Australia I'm trying to find these resistors with free shipping because they cost like 70 cents each but the shipping is 30$ XD

Edit: I bought some I copped the extra cost

Edit: Score of my 1660 ti before mod max oc will be interesting to see how much higher this score is.
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Ok so from that mod would you use 8 milli ohm still?
I would.

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I found out that since I'm from Australia I'm trying to find these resistors with free shipping because they cost like 70 cents each but the shipping is 30$ XD

Edit: I bought some I copped the extra cost
Ouch. I bought 10x of a bunch of different ones for that reason, after the 5 milliohm shunts I had leftover from doing it to my Titan X (Pascal) triggered safe mode on my 2080 Ti. Shipping was such a large component of the price that I went for variety, it didn't seem much more than just one resistance and I wasn't sure what I would need at that point.

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It really will! Please report back!

You do see it trigger the power limit and/or clock down (in Afterburner or similar) when you run Heaven?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Asmodian View Post
I would.



Ouch. I bought 10x of a bunch of different ones for that reason, after the 5 milliohm shunts I had leftover from doing it to my Titan X (Pascal) triggered safe mode on my 2080 Ti. Shipping was such a large component of the price that I went for variety, it didn't seem much more than just one resistance and I wasn't sure what I would need at that point.



It really will! Please report back!

You do see it trigger the power limit and/or clock down (in Afterburner or similar) when you run Heaven?
In the Power consumption in GPU Z TDP is 102% and it does clock down from watching the core speeds it sits at 1980mhz and peaks at 2115mhz but for a very short period so yes it does clock down.
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JFYI if anyone is interested, i have used a bios file from gb gpu (found on tpu 210756 rom), with TDP of 200W, and it runs fine with rock solid gpu clocks. I think its fine, since 1660ti card is equipped with 8pin power connector, thus it can handle 225w (150w 8pin +75w from pcie); shame that some versions are handicapped with a mere 120w TDP. I use DP (my gpu has 1x hdmi, dp and dvi) so i dont know how other 1660ti variants will behave. I wish i could lift the memory oc limit to see how far can she go. PM if you know how ic an do it.
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