mx150 1D12 (10w version) high clocks

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  1. Batchelor

    Batchelor Newbie

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    So in the past year I have owned two laptops with the mx150 1D12 low power card. I briefly had the Acer swift 3 314-55g, and now I have an Asus UX392FN. Even though both of these laptops supposedly come with the 1D12 variant of the mx150 (confirmed both times with GPU-Z) I found that while playing games both laptops were running at around 1400 - 1600 MHz core (seen on Riva statistics overlay), which is more in the 25w 1D10 mx150 boost clock range. I'm confused, is the 10w 1D12 still able to boost to these clocks? Just curious I guess.
     
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    JRE84 Notebook Deity

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    Alternative spelling of bachelor

    it is what it is!

    I have a mx150 laptop and Its also the 10w version and I get the same clocks, it's really up to temps
     
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    Haha ok, well I'm certainly not complaining!
     
  4. Charles P. Jefferies

    Charles P. Jefferies Lead Moderator Super Moderator

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    Try logging through GPU-Z, it will give you a bit more data.

    Charles
     
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