Another GTX1070 blew with me and mine P375SM

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by andrewff2, Sep 19, 2018.

  1. andrewff2

    andrewff2 Notebook Evangelist

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    O yeah how about the score?? I don`t wanna win anything or get a good placement in this OC stuff i just want a good performance you know use the most of my card!

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    Do a normal firestrike test instead. I ddon't think people can relate to FS extreme as much.
     
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    andrewff2 Notebook Evangelist

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    Hmm ok.. how about this?

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    Falkentyne Notebook Prophet

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    You don't have to go above 90W, andrew. You were asking about lowering the TDP earlier, remember?

    If you make it adjustable, the default is 90W if you set the target (first speed) to 90000.
    The second one is the limit (upper limit).
    Then you can down TDP it in MSI afterburner it to save power if you ever need to. I mean it's not a big deal but free options is still free.
    100% would be 90W. I mean you can even set target to 90000 and limit to 92000 (probably = 101%), then you can go under 90000 as you needed.
     
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    andrewff2 Notebook Evangelist

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    Wow really that's awesome :D i hope that the card is really sticking with the 90W is there a good way to see what is the consumption because in Afterburner it shows the CPU power usage but i did not find anything like this for the gpu...
     
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    ohhhh NOW i get what u mean man!! sorry for being so dumb!!! but hey that's me :D you need to draw for me to understand!!
     
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    O yeah @Meaker@Sager those vrms are good?

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  9. Danishblunt

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    VRM's are fine, it's the capacitors that burn for some reason.
     
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    bennyg Notebook Virtuoso

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    Flatten all the way up to 1.062V. Even though under load the power limit will probably keep it to your flattened region, under idle/low load it might clock up that high and will just waste a bit of heat due to the higher voltage, and the slightly higher clocks are wasted because its under low load.

    If you resize the kombustor window you can simulate different types of load on the gpu and is a good way to test different areas of the volt/frequency curve

    The 'low load per frame' scenario is when the window is minimum size like 100x100px, clocks & fps will be high but power use may drop below power limit

    Msi afterburner and hwinfo are able to read gpu power use.
     
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