MSI GE75 2GHZ GPU

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  1. LeonS3

    LeonS3 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'm trying to undervolt it SO it can go higher without power limits.

    From your second reply you're being ironic and also if you had read the thread from the first time and not trying to be compative the things would get better.
    I got it you have the same laptop with 2080, so 2080>2060 right ? haha :rolleyes:

    Have a nice day! :)
     
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    heliada Notebook Evangelist

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    I don't think you understand what undervolting means for a gpu though... Undervolting a gpu always means limiting it. A specific voltage point is tied to a specific power draw and frequency. The only reason you may be seeing higher clocks is because for a given voltage point you can increase the frequency (OC). Essentially playing with the curve just gives better control and possibly better stability while overclocking. Undervolting (limiting the voltage available) will not increase the performance I am afraid, it may allow slightly higher OC but OC is an OC and seeing these 2060's clocking at 1400-1500 stock I'd say if you got it to 1700 then you have a decent overclocker on your hands. You are right looking at tdp modding but as I said that won't work with your laptop most likely. I'm afraid you have to learn to be happy with what you have or buy something better.
     
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    yosv211 Notebook Consultant

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    undervolting the gpu to get an extra 50mhz wont give any extra frames on any game, like i said, you want more performance, go buy a desktop.
     
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    Overclocking is technically the same thing as undervolting. You will be getting higher clocks at a given voltage. So you won't be able to get more performance by undervolting.
     
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    Not necessarily though. To undervolt a gpu you do not have to OC. You just have to limit the voltage available to it (e.g. by flattening the curve horizontally beyond .9V the gpu will never go beyond .9V even if there are no other limitations). But well, if there already are power limits in place the voltage under normal gaming scenario will already be limited.
     
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    Finally i got some real answers and not mindblowns ( i think i made my own word here :p )
    So only solution is to wait for someone to try to tweak 2060? :confused:

    There is a guy online with 2070 which claims that he managed to achieve almost same score as 2070 desktop card with just MSI AfterBurner Voltage Curve.
    That's the main reason i started digging it.
     
  7. hackness

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    Your problem is the TDP limit,

    V/F curve will only get you to a higher frequency with the current TDP limit but not gonna reach your goal.

    For the current situation, unlike the Pascal generation, the modded vbios isn't even accepted through hardware flashing for the Turing generation.

    You are out of options here until a stock vbios with higher TDP limit is found for the mobile RTX2060 for cross-flashing.
     
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    Well, it seems like someone needs more readings?
     
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