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  1. Pocok256

    Pocok256 Notebook Enthusiast

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    For the software overclock i need disable ULPS which makes the battery life worse than bios oc. do i need to disable ulps for bios oc, right? So the software oc is not my way because I need sometimes long battery life and i do not want to enable and disable ulps for save battery life.
     
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    Yea, that right.When I come into the game , soft oc was fine.
     
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    are you trying to use Trix?
    Edit: honestly I dont know wat ULPS do, but I never disabled it and it OC fine.
     
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    okay try ;)
     
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    Well, I just read search through forum and the difference is disabling ULPS let you OC w.o priming. Generally, I run my game then start OC. rest of the time I leave it stock.
     
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    quote from HTWingNut's OVERCLOCKING GPU guide:
    (1) I have written the appropriate ULPS registry entries to enable or disable ULPS. You will need to reboot after you have updated your registry entries. It's basically a toggle, so run "ULPS_Disable.reg" and reboot and your ULPS will always be disabled until you run "ULPS_Enable.reg". Download it here (originally posted here): ulps_enable_disable.zip

    if you say me ulps disable is not important i believe you. I try to be as you say.
     
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    ULPS shouldn't be required for overclock with 12.1 or 12.1a preview drivers. I gotta spend some time and update the guide.
     
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    7words Notebook Consultant

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    Ohh it's good. Then only msi afterburner is needed for the overclock.
     
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    calc_yolatuh Notebook Evangelist

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    Afterburner has been fine for me...

    That is one really nice 14" base-model laptop. Wonder what a customized larger model can do?
     
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