MSI GE75 2GHZ GPU

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  1. LeonS3

    LeonS3 Notebook Enthusiast

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    :DHI folks

    My GE75 8RE with the 2060 GPU has many limits due to power limit and am trying to find a way to change it.
    Although i tried to undervolt it with the MSI AfterBurner but with no success.

    I found online a program call TDP Tweaker which now support RTX mobile series.

    What I must do to max out my GPU? Any ideas?

    Thank you,
    Leon
     
  2. yosv211

    yosv211 Notebook Consultant

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    I think your 2060 is already maxed out. Hitting 2000 on the core seems kinda high.
     
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    LeonS3 Notebook Enthusiast

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    The thing is that i put that title to have more viewers :p:cool:

    My 2060 is running at 1.5-1.6 GHz not 2.0 GHz.

    That's why am trying to max it out.
     
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    And this is why your posting doesnt have any posts besides myself. When you make a thread on a issue, you need to tell the truth so that it can be solved.
     
  5. LeonS3

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    There are also many posts without replies.
    I didn’t lied anywhere, I just didn’t post my GPU speed(which I forgot).

    Do you have any knowledge on this?

    Thank you
     
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    It seems this is just the way it is designed... all other ge75 with 2060 seem to act the same. I don't think your gpu can be tdp modded. Falkentyne modded his 1070 BUT that was on an mxm slot and in a laptop that could handle the power draw. He did need special tools for it (it was NOT done in software) - but I wouldn't know. You can try to contact him directly and nicely ask for advice. However, I am afraid what you want might not be possible as the chip is soldered on the motherboard and both power and voltage delivery may be insufficient to push more out of it anyway.
     
  7. yosv211

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    My ge75 has the 2080, so no, i have no knowledge of the 2060.
    But laptops have power limits that are stricter than desktops because of heat and heat dissipation. Laptops have smaller spaces so laptop bios are usually hard locked down.
     
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    Well I saw that you can undervolt the GPU on laptops to get higher clocks, like I did BUT like i see it i have 2 options:

    ~First to properly undervolt my GPU with MSI AfterBurner or EVGA Precision with the best curve I can get
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    ~Second to tweak my TDP higher (?)

    For the first option i tried my best and the results was like 1.7GHz(not always).

    I read somewhere that someone with 2070 did properly undervolt his GPU and got results like 2.0GHz stable. He had also post a benchmark I think FireStrike (?).

    That's why I'm trying to find ways to make my GPU faster.
     
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    Well in my case heat is no problem. With these clocks under heavy stress test my GPU has MAX temp 58-60 degrees. I understand what you're saying and you are totally right.
     
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    If you're trying to overclock, go buy a desktop. Overclocking on laptops is not worth it.
     
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