Clevo Overclocker's Lounge

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    I get the best results by just wrapping my finger in plastic wrap, and spreading the metal with my finger. The applicators that come with LM are just trash.
     
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    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    Edit: You didn't overclock the vRAM at all. ;)

    You have to use MSI Afterburner to undervolt as much as possible:



    It's better to hold lower clocks than using higher ones and then throttle.


    Yeah, that 6-core 15" Max-Q needed some extra love to beat the current/old TS top score, which was held by a 9900K system.
     
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    Stable clocks win every time I agree, fluctuations tend to induce stutter which hurts the score.
     
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    It is undervolted as much as possible. If i touch vRAM, it throttles core clock even further due to TDP limit and so lowers overall performance. No gain from vram for me.
    Under load keeps 1590-1660 mhz on core and no more.
     
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    vRAM has no impact on power limit throttle. If the card only holds those clocks it probably has thermal issues...I see user clocking 1850Mhz+ on vRAM and 2000Mhz+ with identical Max-P model cards across vendors (all Max-P ODM firmware versions share the same limits and the cores have higher ASIC quality than their Max-Q counterparts, which allows for lower voltage at higher clocks).
     
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