Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker Update and Feedback Thread

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

  1. hacktrix2006

    hacktrix2006 Hold My Vodka, I going to kill my GPU

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    I got a major up lift after TDP modding my GTX 1060, Went from 9600 FS score to 11,360 FS score. @cuneyt1984 your issues is two fold, the temp your card is hitting and the fact your using Dragon Center (known to mess with UEFI bios settings for Power etc). I sent you a PM with what needs to be done.

    How ever i would like to add that not all GPU's are the same so you need to experiment. A good example is with my card I have tied it at 80w, 90w, 100w, 115w, 120w, 125w and 135w TDP and my point of diminishing return is anything after 110w in fact i get better performance stability at 90w then what i did at 135w. However someone else GTX 1060 MXM module might have a point of diminishing return at a high TDP. Its the good old Silicon lottery!
     
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  2. Falkentyne

    Falkentyne Notebook Prophet

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    You exceeded 230W total system power so the EC throttled the CPU. Nothing to do with the video card tweaker.
    Try increasing the value in RW Everything-->EC (embedded controller) RAM---> Register E3. Raise the value in that register by 1 only. So, 10-11, or 20-21, 90-91, etc.

    If you are lucky, that will switch to the GTX 1080 master power limit, which is 330W. If you are unlucky, there will not be a master 330W power limit and your CPU will throttle to 2.3 ghz.
    If you are more unlucky, the CPU will throttle without power limit 2 being set (it will go directly to PL1 throttle).

    Good luck.
     
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  3. cuneyt1984

    cuneyt1984 Notebook Geek

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    Friends, I'll have a trial soon. I will inform you later.
     
  4. werdmonkey4321

    werdmonkey4321 Notebook Consultant

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    I though some of you might get a kick out of this. Here's what a shunt nodded GS66 with the RTX 2070 Super Max-Q looks like. Thanks again to seanwee for all his help with the mod.

    Officially broke 20000+ overall score and 24000+ graphics score in Firestrike. Highest score on the leaderboards for the RTX 2070 Super Max-Q.

    GS66 Stealth

    Specs:
    CPU - i7-10750H (undervolted -215.7mv Core, -107.4 cache)
    GPU - RTX 2070 Super Max-Q shunt modded to 115-125W and overclocked
    Ram - 32gb 2666MHz dual channel (stock)

    Upgrades:
    CPU/GPU - repasted with Thermalright Liquid Metal Silver King
    VRMs/Nand - repasted with K5 pro
    VRMs - 2 extra heatpipes for cooling

    Official Score:
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/23446724

    Leaderboards:
    https://www.3dmark.com/newsearch#ad...de=false&showInvalidResults=false&freeParams=
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  5. werdmonkey4321

    werdmonkey4321 Notebook Consultant

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    I now have the highest Time Spy graphics and overall score in the world for the RTX 2070 Super Max-Q. There is still a lot of room left to overclock the card, but I think I can just leave it here now that I have the highest score worldwide for both Fire Strike and Time Spy. I'll leave a little bit of room to play around with later on when I get the overclocking itch.

    GS66 Stealth

    Specs:
    CPU - i7-10750H (undervolted -215.7mv Core, -107.4 cache)
    GPU - RTX 2070 Super Max-Q shunt modded to 115-125W and overclocked
    Ram - 32gb 2666MHz dual channel (stock)

    Upgrades:
    CPU/GPU - repasted with Thermalright Liquid Metal Silver King
    VRMs/Nand - repasted with K5 pro
    VRMs - 2 extra heatpipes for cooling

    Official Score:
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/13807293

    Leaderboards:
    https://www.3dmark.com/newsearch#advanced?test=spy P&cpuId=&gpuId=1325&gpuCount=0&deviceType=ALL&memoryChannels=0&country=&scoreType=overallScore&hofMode=false&showInvalidResults=false&freeParams= Capture3.PNG
     
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  6. cuneyt1984

    cuneyt1984 Notebook Geek

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    Same result happened due to adapter and Ec-firmware restriction.
     
  7. Ionising_Radiation

    Ionising_Radiation ?v = ve*ln(m0/m1)

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    @werdmonkey4321, great results. I was wondering if you took photos of the shunt modding process, and if so, you could share those photos here.
     
  8. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Deity

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    He did actually, in the GS66 thread
    He later changed the resistors to lower resistance ones.
     
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  9. werdmonkey4321

    werdmonkey4321 Notebook Consultant

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    https://www.reddit.com/r/MSILaptops/comments/ie9l8y/shunt_modding_gs66/

    Here are some extra photos. I currently have a 0.01 ohm and 0.012 ohm resistor added in parallel to the 0.005 ohm shunt resistor.

    https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Panasonic/ERJ-6BWFR010V?qs=KH2o3k57USjviRNxwPI6cw==

    https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Panasonic/ERJ-6BWFR012V?qs=KH2o3k57USg6Ej79OytyrQ==

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  10. cuneyt1984

    cuneyt1984 Notebook Geek

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    I did a test. I drained the battery of the notebook. And I hooked the notebook to the adapter. It normally charges with 40 watts. However, when playing games, it is filling with 10 watts. I realized that the total power consumption of the system while playing games is 220 watts. In other words, the video card can get a maximum of 125 watts of power.

    How is 150-170 watts used? This is impossible.
     
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