GT72S 6QE 980m upgrade to 1070?

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  1. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    There's fan noise and coil whine.
     
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    Which is normal BTW.

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    Okay, i find the source of the noise. When i plug out the charger, or lover the the core clock/memory clock of the gpu, or change the performance level in the gaming center its generate the noise. Anyone have an idea what should i do with this?
     
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    When the core frequency is reduced it usually can reduce/eliminate the noise, and this can be achieved with disconnecting AC adapter which caused the system to run off battery. You can try setting your CPU utilization to 99% in Power Options.
     
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    And what is with the gtx 1080 card? Is it work with the gt72?
     
  6. hacktrix2006

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    Short answer is this a GTX 1070 is already pushing the limits of not only the PSU but the MXM slot at GTX 1080 will simply not work or be so crippled by the lack of power it would be a expensive GTX 1070 speeds.

    Only GTX 1060 and GTX 1070 will work within the TDP limits of the laptop.
     
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