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Shaded_Artistry

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About Shaded_Artistry

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    Newbie

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    Middle of nowhere, Maine, USA
  • Gender
    Male

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  • CPU
    R5 3600x
  • Motherboard
    Asus TUF Gaming X570-plus (Wi-Fi)
  • RAM
    G-Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4-3600 Mhz 16Gb @3800Mhz
  • GPU
    GTX 1080
  • Case
    Custom open air
  • Cooling
    Kraken X62 (CPU), chilled water (GPU)

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  1. I managed to hit +923mhz on my 1060, so I could see getting lucky with the already outstanding Samsung Vrams and reaching +1000. I'd say try running some really Vram intensive tests, like try cranking the resolution in Heaven to 4k and see how it does.
  2. So i posted quite a while back about trying to repair a damaged 1080 Ti i bought off of eBay, i did a bit of digging with the help of some replies and found that all the missing chips on the board are micro controllers, so the board is a good as junk as far as i know. I post asking if anyone has any ideas for repair/salvage or has an interest in getting the card off my hands, and seeing as i'm stuck at home for quite a while, some DIY is very welcome. The current card in my rig is a Zotac 1080 AMP! Extreme edition that I've got under chilled water, but since i'm running a 1440p 165
  3. That's a good idea, thanks! I just hope they don't take offense to me futzing with a busted card lol
  4. I recently bought a cheap Gigabyte 1080 Ti Aorus Xtreme Edition off Ebay as "Damaged/ not working" and discovered that the reason for that status is missing chips on the PCB. I'd like to at least try to repair the card, but i can't find good enough images of the PCB to identify the missing parts, so I can't even begin to search for the needed chips. If anyone has one of these cards, pictures of the outlined chips would be greatly appreciated, otherwise, if you happen to know what the chips are, information would be greatly appreciated!
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