Shunt mod for Monster Tulpar T7 v18.2 (Clevo P775TM1-G)

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  1. NORD

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    Hello

    I have Monster Tulpar T7 v18.2 with z370 chipset, 9900k and rtx2070 mxm with 115w TDP. It’s clevo barenone ( I think :) please google it )

    I want to do shunt mod to that graphic card for higher tdp for better performance if it’s possible.
    When I’m playin game I always see pwr cap at 115w and card throttles it self.

    For this card, anybody done that before? How much W this card handle and how much performance gain? I’m really noob about electrical things. So i need step by step detailed info and pictures if possible.

    Thank you.
     
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    The card can handle up to 150w, same as 2080, as layout is the same.. Only solution is shunt modding as TDP tweaker will give black screen.
     
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    The card can handle as many watts as the cooling can handle. You'll run out of voltage control before the power limit is exceeded. Shunt modding is definitely a better way to circumvent power limitations than vBIOS modding. That has worked extremely well for me. I am not sure which resistors to shunt, as I have only shunt-modded desktop GPUs and my Tongfang turdbook GPU. Maybe @Khenglish knows.
     
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    Thanks for info. So i need details about shunt mod for that sweat extra 35w. As i said im very noob about that electrical things...
     
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    Thanks for reply, this is what i tought. I am looking forward for the detailed guidance of you computer experts. :)
     
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    All of them.
     
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    And
    so can you explain step by step what i need to do please?
     
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    Put something if similar resistance in parallel with the shunt resistors to change the values. The circuit will notice if they are out of balance so you do them all.
     
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