Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker Update and Feedback Thread

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  1. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $ on FILTHY

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    The point was to see if it made a change in FS physics. Not saying you should run it permanently. And I can't tell what timings you could encounter with the change. Have no crystal ball:eek:
     
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    Ok I'll try it later. I hate boot loops :(
    @Papusan
    I just spent $684 on a 1 TB Samsung 960 pro SSD and put my steam folder on it. Now I have to make my jokeBGAbook boot loop and crash :(
     
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  3. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $ on FILTHY

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    Finally, can I say something nice regarding your notebook jokebook. It contain a damn nice ssd inside, but expencive. Now You will have a very nice drive to put in your next laptop:D
     
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    Yep, when I was talking about latency I was thinking along the lines of the actual measured latency part of the test in Aida64 benchmark, which I think takes into consideration what you're saying there (e.g. 41.0ns in my case in below pic):
    RAM performance2.jpg
     
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    Inb4 I try CL 14/15/15/35 1T tREFI 32767 tRFC 270 and wind up reinstalling windows after the attempt....
    @Papusan @Robbo99999
    You KNOW it will either: 1) fail to POST, 2) trash the OS completely if it does POST....
     
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    Before you try it, maybe back up you OS partition using Macrium Reflect which is a free back up program. I have my OS and programs (not games) on a seperate 60GB partition, and then all I do is use Macrium Reflect to image that partition to an external USB HDD drive - that way if anything goes south from tweaking attempts you can just easily roll back to a stable non-corrupted operating system without having to go through the drama of a whole new Windows installation.

    If you're not gonna do that backup, then I'd suggest tweaking your RAM somewhat gradually and then checking with Memtest86+ on a bootable USB stick so that you never even enter the windows environment for initial stability testing of a new RAM overclock - keeps OS safe from corruption. I'd recommend doing the stuff in this paragraph regardless of backing up with Macrium Reflect or not. After testing with Memtest86+ I recommend testing RAM stability with a program called HCIMemtest (http://hcidesign.com/memtest/), using a seperate instance of that program for each thread of your CPU (so 8 instances for my CPU for instance - i7-6700K), while adding a figure of RAM amount to be tested into each one so that it equals about 90% of your total RAM being used. (essentially following the instructions in this DDR4 overclocking guide: http://www.overclock.net/forum/5-in...-intel-ddr4-24-7-memory-stability-thread.html)
     
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  7. Falkentyne

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    I'll do that now. I did run memtest86 yesterday for testing tREFI 65535, and got 15,131 physics score on the first run then it dropped back down to @Papusan 's lovely 15050 which he hates....so no point in risking RAM corruption if it gets hot (tREFI is how much time the RAM can spend without being 'refreshed', while tRFC is how much time the RAM can spend doing "nothing", so lower tRFC is good and higher tREFI is good, if the RAM doesn't degrade data from not being refreshed fast enough.

    Ok it actually posted at 14-15-15-35 1T tREFI 32767 tRFC 270 @ 2400 mhz
    And this is kingston valueram ....

    You know this isn't going to be stable.
    Memtest is loading now. Waiting for errors.
     
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    @Papusan
    I tried 14/15/15/35 1T, tREFI 32767 tREF 270 2400 mhz

    Write (RAM) speed seemed slightly increased, but no change in latency. Physics didn't change. Probably other timings causing IMC adjustment because 14-15-15 timings don't add up to TRP ratio (this is supposed to be: CAS + TRCD + TRP = TRAS). Not going to bother. Last time i tried messing with this stuff had trouble posting. Although previously i had TRP=5 and TWR=10 (TWR is supposed to be double tRP or NO POST).

    Then I set 2666 mhz, 18-19-19-2T. Physics slightly lower, like 15,030. Tried again and 14,990. Not worth.
     
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  9. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $ on FILTHY

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    It's ok to get things confirmed for your own sake. It is a lot worse live in ignorance:D At least you have tried.
    4.7GHz and 2666MHz CL15 https://www.3dmark.com/fs/14876435
     
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    I tried with the same flasher without success tho. It can't seem to read the Bios chip, neither can I find it in the program, I've downloaded from the youtube video like you. What am I missing here?
     
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