Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker Update and Feedback Thread

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

  1. Virusapex

    Virusapex Notebook Guru

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    Hey, everyone! So, it went well for me and I successfully uploaded a modded vBIOS to my 1070. Just used a simple EZP2019+ chinese programmer with 1.8v adapter and a clip. It was kinda flimsy, 'cause it didn't read correctly on the first couple of tries, since the clip had connectors too far away from the tip. But after some time, I found a good position for it and it went well. Going to test the good TDP to clock to temperature ratio and hope for the best!
     
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    Virusapex Notebook Guru

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    Ok, so far, I couldn't see a stable performance under heavy load if I have my wattage around 150 and more. Don't know yet, what is happening, but the laptop just keeps shutting down completely after some tries. I don't have a hungry CPU either, so power delivery shouldn't be a problem.
     
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    hans12321 Notebook Consultant

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    Whats the wattage your psu can deliver?

    Gesendet von meinem SM-G973F mit Tapatalk
     
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    It's the default one, 330W. I have a i5-8600k, that usually eats around 100W.
     
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    Ok, I think the issue is solved. It was due to the nature of random voltage spikes. Found it, cause sometimes, just when application was starting, it crashed the whole system. When I put a more flat curve into MSI afterburner, it didn't crash for hour or so. Will collect more data for now. I found that different vBIOS (the one that has higher clocks from factory) behaves much calmer in terms of switching voltages between different clocks.
     
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