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TITAN X Vcore mod


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I think everyone here knows how to deal with Nvidia power limits so I won't bother with them.

 

DISCLAIMER: this mod will void your warranty and I am not be held accountable if your card doesn't work after performing it

 

I recently found the uPi 9511 datasheet and that allows me to do this:

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Thanks to techpowerup for the image: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/Titan_X_Pascal/4.html

 

BTW I only going of photos and do not have a TITAN X on hand to test if this works properly. Based on the datasheet and my vmod experience it should.

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If there's ANY doubt in your mind, please ask for this to be deleted.

 

Posting up voltmods that you've not used yourself is bunnying special. Especially for an £1100 GPU.

 

This is exactly what I would do if I had a card with the uPi 9511. I wouldn't post it if I wasn't sure enough to do it myself.

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Honest question, was this ever tested, did someone ever had a card in his hands and checked this so it is sure this works or is this a wild guess? No need to argue here, but there is a difference in how things could probably work in theory and what can happen if you really do something. In theory a nuclear power plant could not have blown up in 1 million years and now we see....

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Honest question, was this ever tested, did someone ever had a card in his hands and checked this so it is sure this works or is this a wild guess? No need to argue here, but there is a difference in how things could probably work in theory and what can happen if you really do something. In theory a nuclear power plant could not have blown up in 1 million years and now we see....

 

Never been tested by me however Der8auer asked earlier today about the mod so he might confirm it some time soon. I'm considering getting a 1060 that has the same controller to check for myself that it works. I didn't specify a resistance specifically because I don't have a TITAN X on hand to check what the exact value should be and even after I get the 1060 I can't specify because MSI might have used different value resistors on their 1060.

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