Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker Update and Feedback Thread

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by Coolane, Jun 20, 2017.

  1. thegh0sts

    thegh0sts Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    I'd prefer the throttling issue to be fixed first before support for more cards. I'm sure there's people who can work the problem.

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  2. Coolane

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    No problem. I can add the X (Pascal) and Xp for the next update, :).
     
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  3. Mr. Fox

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    If you keep the GPUs cold it will fix that. It's really stupid how NVIDIA designed their firmware. WIth proper firmware, the GPUs should run at full boost until they reach the therrmal shutdown threshold. That's the caveat. NVIDIA did not release "proper firmware" for any Pascal GPU. The retarded dynamic clocking nonsense is for the birds.
     
  4. Coolane

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    Right. It's like every 6C higher or so it will drop 13MHz, started from 54C.
    By keeping the card as cool as possible and playing with the voltage curve in Afterburner, it helps a little bit in mitigating the unwanted drop.
     
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    I meant in terms of the slider not working.
    And it actually starts at 42C. At least it is for the 1080N.
     
  6. Coolane

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    Do you mean the temp slider is locked in Afterburner or the temp slider value can not really be set?
    Sounds about right:

    temp@clocks.jpg
     
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  8. thegh0sts

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    I keep my fans at 100% even when idle. In games that equates to about 51-52 C in an Australian winter or mid 60s in the summer. Both cases the clocks don't hold steady.
     
  9. bloodhawk

    bloodhawk Derailer of threads.

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    Power/Voltage limits. An obviously temperature to a certain extent, if the temperatures are low enough.
     
  10. thegh0sts

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    I don't know if bumping the TDP would fix that

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