Lenovo Legion Y740 17" 15"

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  1. clone1008

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    I didn't know that was an option! I am going to try that now and let you know how that goes. Thanks for letting me know

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    It's in the bios under configuration
     
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    Thanks, found it and flashed back to it with no problem. Firestrike score went up from 15.8k to 16k under the same conditions. Not a huge increase but it is noticeable in Modern Warfare and Anthem.

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    Is that regular score or graphics score? I'm getting 15117/16804 with the 2060. Can't seem to get any higher. That's +220/+1100.
    How are you guys undervolting? If you're using OC scanner I'd love to see a screenshot (for the 2060 guys)

    Mind you, I'm still on a 8gb single
     
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    For me, I'm with a 2070 Max-Q but with a curve to 1775 MHz and capped there (to prevent unnecessary power draw beyond that as it would not see any benefit and not seek to pull more, just creating higher temperatures. This also leaves more TDP headroom for the CPU) and that was with +0 mem. With the Curve and +450 Mem I get 16,306 total and 18,704 on graphics. This is back on Bios v1.07.
     
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    I can't break 18000 graphics score and it's really bumming me out :(
    Other user was able to do that with the 2060, maybe I'll give OC scanner another shot but it seems useless to me. The best I can get out of OC scanner without hitting power limit is 1200mhz which also gives me a much lower score in benchmarks. Leaving it in auto and just setting to +220/+1100 is fluctuating clock speed between 1600-1900mhz giving much better performance in game and benchmarks. I hate seeing the fluctuating clock speed but I suppose that's just how these are designed. If I want a stable clock (Ie no power limit throttling) then I have to step down significantly to 1200
     
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    1200MHz and hitting power limit after OC? Could you check if you are running Quiet, Balance, or Performance mode in your Vantage app? In anything but Performance mode your TDP will be reduced.
    1600MHz sounds ok to me. Try flatting around that and see if the clock fluctuates a lot or not.
     
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    Is there a way to remap the "game recorder" button to anothe one? (button between prtSc and left control, I disable it.
     
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    Also had a Error Code Ten (Device Cannot Start) on my Killer Wireless 1550i after bios Downgrade. (1.09 to 1.06) Any ideas how to fix it?
     
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