BIOS v1.16 for AS6920G

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  1. matmat07

    matmat07 Notebook Evangelist

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    I am doing with it. I do not see major improvement, I could even say I have some problem with the display, but maybe it's just summer heating it too much. That or a bad driver
     
  2. DarkSilver

    DarkSilver MSI Afterburner

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    Your GPU was artifacting you mean? It's more likely you have pushed the Core too much. Lower it down to below 650MHz might help. You can pump a little Memory's MHz more. You see my Geforce 9500M GS scores about 49XX using the godly Driver(198.XX) and OC.
     
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    DarkSilver, which is better 198.01 or 198.05?
     
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    DarkSilver MSI Afterburner

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    I haven't try Forceware 198.05 WHQL(I tested the Forceware 198.01 only). But, I can tell you Forceware 198.XX rocks! You will gain about 100++ scores from it in 3DMark06 for sure compared to your Forceware 197.45 now.
     
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    @matmat07: the 179.28 driver in your sig is very old. is that the only one that you can o/c? have you tried a newer one?
     
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    Right, I forgot about my sig, I changed the drver an I don't OC anymore, games I play doesn't require much power. But no, it was not artifact, it seemed like the driver crashed. Screen freeze for a cuple of second, then get completely black, and it comes back to normal.
     
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