Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker Update and Feedback Thread

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  1. bennyg

    bennyg Notebook Virtuoso

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    Yes @Falkentyne has it.

    The higher power limit may be exposing higher boost clock/volt points that aren't stable at +175, but are never reached under load at a lower power limit.

    Just dial back the offset a bit until stable.

    The way the offset works, to be completely stable at a given offset, every clock/volt point has to be stable.

    Depending on how you test, you can achieve a false positive of stability by not testing at the variable loads a game may put on the card; for example kombustor on my 1070s settles at 1100-1200MHz at stock TDP, but its pointless to test here since this is an artificially heavy load NEVER seen in a game, where clocks settle at much higher on the boost curve, 1700mhz minimum. I use Firestrike stress test, 1600-1700mhz at same power limit, but its a bit light on CPU compared with modern games.
     
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    qwerty8224 Notebook Guru

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    Robbo99999 bennyg
    fankyou for advice ....
    for myself I decided to first find out the stable frequency and then raise it TDP
    TDP 110W GPU +200 Mem +500 while stable))))
     
  3. hacktrix2006

    hacktrix2006 Hold My Vodka, I going to kill my GPU

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    @qwerty8224 You might want to try the following settings +100 offset on Core and +300 offset on Mem, Just done this on mine and benched it, https://www.3dmark.com/fs/14822817
    Going to continue with the OC's on the card to see where the limit is on GTX 1060N's for MSI MXM Version. To me a 175mhz bump on Core and 500mhz on Mem seems slightly high to be even close to stable.
     
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  5. hacktrix2006

    hacktrix2006 Hold My Vodka, I going to kill my GPU

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    The vBIOS on my card has setup like :

    Vbios.png

    So normal use is always 85w but using the slider i can go to 120w (141% on MSI AF Slider for power) also have the Thermal changed as well so it shouldn't have issues if getting hot. I also use a Custom Fan curve which keeps even 120w lower then 85c. I do however agree that the HSF is not upto 120W which is why i only hit 120w TDP when benchmarking in bursts after all my HSF is infact a 75w TDP one as its the same as the GTX 970m HSF. Thanks for your warning though will keep that in mind.

    I am using Kryonaught and Minus Pads for GPU and CPU 0.5mm / 1.0mm and 3.0mm with the GPU to CPU Bridge using 2.0mm on the CPU HSF connection point.
     
  6. majster msi

    majster msi Notebook Evangelist

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    Msi gt75vr , unfortunately doesn`t work . Changes of tdp for gtx 1070 doesn`t give performance boost .
     

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    majster msi Notebook Evangelist

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    Ok my fault in bios it should be also PEG TDP higher than default 75 ;/. Now it is working :).
     
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  8. Falkentyne

    Falkentyne Notebook Prophet

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    @majster msi why do you have to change TDP SLOT POWER in the Bios? That doesn't do anything....
     
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    it does :). Do you need proof ? Gt75 has some improvements in bios.
     
  10. Falkentyne

    Falkentyne Notebook Prophet

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    Yes, please :)
    Thank you.
     
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