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I do not think the distributor warranty worth something, since they will ship back the card to the manufacturer, so again customers laws should protect you.

Nevertheless i do not know how good/bad distributors are when handling with these stuff in your country, so yeah if you think it's a "no go" keep the stickers.

Just add some fans all over the place to try to lower the gpu/vrm t°.
yeah, like what linus said on their video about removing warranty sticker that i just watch
its just like a "contract" and if it broke, they wont take it and ship it to the manufacturer, and i already tear the sticker a little bit so i wont take the risk
and going to court is a no no for me lol

thanks for your time helping me out
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ya i can run the +80 core and mem +1000 perfectly stable
and the power limit is still the same going up and down between 88-94% on graphic test 1 & 2
do you have any information why my GPU cant use power limit over 95%? i already set it 100%
Does PSU and motherboard have an impact that causing my GPU power limit instability?
Does all GPU use 100% it's power limit when fully loaded? Do I get a bad 1050 TI?
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Default Re: weird unstable overclock with 1050 TI

Nope consider it is a build in protection for the GPU, Buildzoid and Der8auer have made some nice articles about it.

Only way to circumvent that power limit is to do a shunt resistor mod, voiding your warranty again...
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Nope consider it is a build in protection for the GPU, Buildzoid and Der8auer have made some nice articles about it.

Only way to circumvent that power limit is to do a shunt resistor mod, voiding your warranty again...
Instead using liquid thermal paste, what about the old trick of using graphite?

Using a soft pencil, drawing on the top of the resistor and apply a thin layer of graphite could help, giving a small current boost?

Should not be an issue with the warranty since it is very easy to remove and leave no traces usually.
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Default Re: weird unstable overclock with 1050 TI

depends if you need to remove the cooler yes or no right
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depends if you need to remove the cooler yes or no right
True, i forgot the cooler.

I did not leveraged current sensing/shunt on these cards, dunno if they required/have it due the low power usage.
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Nope consider it is a build in protection for the GPU, Buildzoid and Der8auer have made some nice articles about it.

Only way to circumvent that power limit is to do a shunt resistor mod, voiding your warranty again...
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Instead using liquid thermal paste, what about the old trick of using graphite?

Using a soft pencil, drawing on the top of the resistor and apply a thin layer of graphite could help, giving a small current boost?

Should not be an issue with the warranty since it is very easy to remove and leave no traces usually.
thanks for both of you
but i think theres nothing i can do furthermore
i will just accept it the fact that i lose the hardware lottery

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Default Re: weird unstable overclock with 1050 TI

LOL
ok guys, i found something funny
when i enabled LOD +3, i can do +150 core +1000 stable most of the time
now im really have no idea how that can happen
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Default Re: weird unstable overclock with 1050 TI

Well, positive LOD should alleviate the gpu load, in some ways when rendering the displayed image.

So not surprising that with lower load = lower stress on the gpu = lower power/T° required = highers oc clocks!
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Well, positive LOD should alleviate the gpu load, in some ways when rendering the displayed image.

So not surprising that with lower load = lower stress on the gpu = lower power/T° required = highers oc clocks!
Lol cool!
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