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Help with doing shunt mod on GTX 1070 ASUS DUAL

Shalex
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Hi im thinking on doing this to my gpu, but im worried about if its safe for 24/7 or not

I know that liquid metal is going to damage my card, so i want to try soldering tin on the 0M5-0M2=R002-R005 shunts

Do i have to solder both? or i can do on one instead? what is the difference in them? Someone made that of this way?

I saw a lot of ways of doing this like, soldering resistors to the voltage chip controller, but seems hard to do and i dont want to break my gpu
So thanks for every advice and sorry for my bad english, this is not my native language

My current oc settings are 2050mhz max on core and 8858 on mem, on afterburner my voltage is everytime my limitant

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12 minutes ago, wONKEyeYEs said:

Then don't do eet.

Seriously. What do you stand to gain by possibly ruining your GPU? 2 FPS? 3 FPS? Is it worth it?

 

Plus it sounds like you don't even know how to solder. So therefore I'd 100% not do it.

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2 hours ago, corrado33 said:

Plus it sounds like you don't even know how to solder. So therefore I'd 100% not do it.

I know how to, dont know what to, the fps thing may be the best reason for dont do this, but i can remove the tin so, maybe for benchmarking on air cooling and see the brute power, did i have to solder both or just one? i just want to test and dont breake it on the process

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One will be for the 8 pin. The other will be the for the pci interface. 

 

Find out which one does which and go from there. Should be a few YouTube videos on it. Gotta do the research to see. Most don’t know as it’s pointless overall.

 

Nothing to gain real world. 

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6 hours ago, Mick Naughty said:

One will be for the 8 pin. The other will be the for the pci interface. 

 

Find out which one does which and go from there. Should be a few YouTube videos on it. Gotta do the research to see. Most don’t know as it’s pointless overall.

 

Nothing to gain real world. 

The pci one is near the pci, i tested both with a multimeter and both go to the 8pin they are close to it, but i dont know wich or just both

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