Clevo Overclocker's Lounge

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  1. Phoenix

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    Highest Overclock: @Mr. Fox / 5203 MHz.

    Firestrike 1080 GTX SLI: @Mr. Fox / Score: 27716

    Firestrike 980 GTX: @bloodhawk / Score: 14642

    Firestrike 980M GTX SLI: @Mr. Fox / Score: 18

    Firestrike 860M GTX: @SRSR333 / Score: 4655

    Sky Diver 980 GTX: @Mr. Fox / Score: 35809

    3DMark11 1080 GTX SLI: @Trafficante / Score: 31869

    3DMark11 980 GTX: @Mr. Fox / Score: 19111


    3DMark11 980 GTX SLI: @Mr. Fox / Score: 25055

    3DMark11 980M GTX SLI: @Thumper_23 / Score: 26640

    3DMark11 860M GTX: @SRSR333 / Score: P6032

    3DMark Vantage 980 GTX SLI = @Mr. Fox / Score: P60330


    3DMark Vantage 980M GTX SLI = @Mr. Fox / Score: P62561

    CINEBENCH R11.5: @Mr. Fox / Score: 11.93

    CINEBENCH R15: @Mr. Fox / Score: 1080CB

    wPRIME 32M: @Papusan / Score: 4.137

    wPRIME 1024M: @Papusan / Wprime 1024M - 131,918 sec - 2min 11sec 918ms

    Aquamark3: @Mr. Fox / Score: 391210

    GPUPI:
    @ajc9988 / Score: 38.175s + 1.419s

    AS SSD Benchmark: @Phoenix /Score: 4330

    AS SSD Benchmark with IRST v14.8.0.1042 RDx2 (W10).png

    CrystalDiskMark: @Phoenix

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    AIDA64 Cache & Memory Benchmark: @Mr. Fox

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    This thread is dedicated to overclockers for Clevo laptops

    Note: If anyone achieves a high score using any Prema Mod be it a BIOS or VBIOS, please post it in the comments as well as this page: PREMA MOD Benchmarks

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  2. Johnksss@iBUYPOWER

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    This is just a warm up on a crappy CPU, Silicon Lottery CPU coming soon and I shall conquer :D
     
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    Why do you feel your cpu is crappy?
     
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    because others have reached 4.5 GHz with no CPU delid.

    My idle temps are around 39C, but the moment the CPU starts working, it reaches to 89-95C almost instantly after AIDA64 or wPRIME Stress Tests.

    I have tried my best to tame it down by lowering the Power Limits and Turbo Power Max.

    Mind you, it is delidded with CLU. Achieving only a 200 MHz overclock over the stock 4.2 GHz doesn't seem so good.

    Now as you know I ordered a Silicon Lottery CPU that is guaranteed to overclock to 4.8 GHz but offcourse that's on a desktop with a 1.4V voltage so I don't know how well it will play in this laptop.....

    I hope I don't get disappointed.
     
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    Today I will repaste my current CPU with IC Diamond but this time I won't spread it, maybe I am putting too thick of a layer, I will use the pea sized method and see if it improves the temps when the CPU is at full load
     
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    I would be more concerned with how the heat sink is tightened back on than redoing paste over and over.
    Your room temps have allot to do with it.
    And of course, cold air will allow you to go higher. Not sure why everyone thinks you can just set 4.7 ghz on air and roll with it. That's not going to happen any time soon. :D
     
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    1) In Mr. Fox's Teardown video, he mentions that tightening the screws any more will not do any good as the heatsink mounts with the help of the springs, so tightening them so much might only ruin the screws when trying to unscrew them the next time

    2) Didn't Mr. Fox achieve his 4.7 GHz OC on air?
     
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    I can probably get Phoenix's CPU to 4.5Ghz no problem, probably even 4.6Ghz, maybe 4.7Ghz but like @johnksss said, you're not getting there on air.

    Even your new CPU will most likely reach the same temps around the same clock speeds. Your temps do seem kinda high for a delided CPU but then again your ambient temps are high right?

    If anyone will be beating @Mr. Fox it'll be me. :D
     
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