Brought a MSI GTX 1070 for a dell m7710

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  1. cooldex

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    hey did you ever benchmark your cpu with cinebench, what was your scores, the best i got for both of my cpu's in this screenshot,my bests was in a fresh installation of windows, dont remember if the 6920hq was overclocked or not. but i might wait on the liquid metal (i feel like its kinda risky considering all my already motherboard issues), quite reluctant to even do a repaste. But heard good things from it though. I really just waiting for new 6 core intel cpu's or 8 core. Screenshot (56).png
     
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    Here are my benchmarks, well some of them...

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    My settings:

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    Also without an mxm card in my laptop atm the cpu performs slighlty better than these pictures show, of course this will change when I get the quadro p5000 gpu and put it in the system.
     
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    nice, hey when you get the p5000 gpu, can you make a thread of benchmarks, i always wonder how much of a difference the 16gb gddr5 vs 8gb on a 1070, and what if you can overclock it, but I think the tdp is under 100w, not for sure.
     
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    I will post benchmarks but I MIGHT be able to exchange the standard gtx 1070 mxm with the msi odd shaped one which would save me money and be more cost effective too.

    Otherwise, if that does not go to plan be sure to look for quadro p5000 mobile benchmarks in the weeks to come.
     
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    Good news! I am getting a msi card back from eurocomm can't wait to put it in my laptop!

    Will be posting a thorough guide on installation of the gpu, 4k screen and a subwoofer mod.
     
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    I finally got the card and it works perfectly fine! It's the msi odd shaped one, tutorial coming soon.[​IMG]
     
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    @cooldex were you having issues with the pcie interface being stuck at x8 instead of x16? It seems to impact performance by about 5-10% compared to other gtx 1070 mobile gpu's AND THAT'S WITH AN OVERCLOCK! Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    i know sometimes the os will downclock gpu and the pcie bandwidth if you in powersaver or on battery power, other then that im not sure, cause i didn't have that issue, and it says the same thing during intense gpu usage
     
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