570m Overclock

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  1. anurag1910

    anurag1910 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Those who have overclocked their 570m, can you please post the following details:

    1. What are your OC frequencies?
    2. Which laptop are you using?
    3. Max temperatures under load?
    4. What tool are you using for OC?
    5. Are you using anything apart from stock config for cooling?
    6.Any Tips for fellow overclockers?

    Many thanks.
     
  2. James5

    James5 Notebook Consultant

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    I have a MSI G780dx-215US

    I have modifed the actually GPU bios to increase the standard default's to which you can see below I have also increased the GPU voltage to .9v

    To increase over the new default settings I have used nvidia inspector. I am using stock cooling setup, temps have been no higher than 74c and I have a fresh MX2 paste. I am looking to upgrade the CPU as only got the ickle i7 2630 so am looking at getting something else in place I have found an i7 2820 that i am conidering using

    http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3625827

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  3. anurag1910

    anurag1910 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Only 74C inspite of such high clocks on stock cooling? Is it because of adjusting voltage? Or is the 780 that much better at cooling? I have 683DXR btw.
     
  4. Keith

    Keith Notebook Deity

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    1) 750/1500/1800

    2) GT683DXR

    3) 82c

    4) nVidia Inspector

    5) Stock cooling

    6) I flashed the vbios to .9v. It helps with reaching a higher overclock ceiling.
     
  5. mindinversion

    mindinversion Notebook Evangelist

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    I'd really like to know this one as well.

    Directions with helpful links would go nicely in this thread, for those of that may have missed them in other scattered topics. I'm assuming this would work on ANY 570m, whether it's in a 780 or 683DXR?

    currently running 700/1400/1800 @ approx 83c max. Debating repaste with AS5, not sure if it would make much of a difference though. Would REALLY like to find a beefier fan that'll fit in the stock location for better cooling. . .
     
  6. Keith

    Keith Notebook Deity

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    I used Svet's vbios mod utility. Information can be found here: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]

    To the best of my knowledge, it currently supports any MSI 570m in any model. :)
     
  7. mindinversion

    mindinversion Notebook Evangelist

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    You, sir, are a bonafide saint :D
     
  8. James5

    James5 Notebook Consultant

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    Exactly the same tool I used:D
     
  9. anurag1910

    anurag1910 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Are there any risks involved in using Svet's VBIOS tuner?
     
  10. DropZite

    DropZite Notebook Consultant

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    Ofcourse as with any modification done to the bios you could render your GPU useless with just one error in your bios update. This is only for those who knows what they are doing and are willing to take that risk.
     

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