GKirev Posted December 6, 2017 Share Posted December 6, 2017 Hello, guys! Hope you are doing well. Recently I bought a 980Ti and I wanted to push it to the limit. However, I did not realize that the card was sandbagged so much by the factory power limit. It's stupid. So... I am aware of the "shunt resistor and liquid metal" power mod, however, since I do not care about the warranty, my plan was to solder 10 ohm variable resistors on top of the shunts. This however, brings up some concerns... Since the shunts are pretty beefy, I am wondering if passing the current through the potentiometer will damage it? I used to do power mods on old cards, but these newer ones look quite tricky to do... Could somebody shed some light on how can I push this card to the limit? Will the potentiometer stuff i mentioned above work? Any help is appreciated... I can provide high resolution photos of the PCB if someone is curious. Thank you. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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