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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    @Robbo99999 Nothing could stop them being Overclock-able in software to be honest. Waiting on pads again so i can increase TPD i am going to need to buy stocks in Thermal Grizzly at this rate.
     
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    Thanks @Coolane this is so awesome!
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  3. Falkentyne

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    Wait what TDP did you mod your 1070 to?
    How are you pushing 22637?
    that's equal to or higher than a stock 1080 !
     
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    temp00876 Notebook Evangelist

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    Just 190W. What’s surprising is the memory freq, mine can run 10Ghz. I have not pushed the mem freq farther but 10Ghz is fine without artifacting.
     
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  5. Falkentyne

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    What's the offset of your memory?
    You're using +1000 mhz offset?
    Because +600 mhz is 9200 mhz. (2300 mhz x 4).
    I don't think I've seen a single GTX 1070 *desktop* card that can do 10 ghz on the memory! That's impressive! But please watch out for damage. I would not keep it there 24/7, as I really don't know if that's safe.
     
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  6. temp00876

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    Yup it is +1000 :) I’ll dial-down after the benchmarks. My max temp is 45C, room temps at 22C.
     
  7. Robbo99999

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    Wow, that's very good, I'm surprised, that's faster than my max overclock on my desktop GTX 1070! https://www.3dmark.com/fs/12818419

    The VRAM overclock is massive on your laptop there! I think that makes a real difference. I can push VRAM a little higher than what you see in my benchmark run above to get a run of Firestrike, but it's not long term stable, although don't think I've ever got the 22637 Graphics score you managed. Interestingly, in your GPUz screeshot showing Texture Fillrate, I have an almost identical fill rate, but you have nearly 30 GB/s more bandwidth with your large VRAM overclock.
     
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  8. temp00876

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    The newer 1070’s were equipped with 9Ghz vram right? I think that’s what happened with mine. It is a gsync model too. Yup I believe it is the vram that contributed a lot there. Using the core only at +167, I get 20600.
     
  9. Falkentyne

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    When you say newer 1070's, how much 'newer' do you mean? what manufacture date?
     
  10. Robbo99999

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    I don't think so, it's the desktop GTX 1080's that now come with faster VRAM compared to the initially launched product - I don't know of any other card in NVidia's lineup that has had it's VRAM speed increased since launch day.
     
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