Need help overclocking the MSI GT75VR 7RF

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  1. Beemo

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    Hi guys,

    I need advice in overclocking the CPU (i7-7820HK) of my GT75VR 7RF. I want at least a stable 4.0 ghz with as low heat as possible, no thermal throttling.

    So I followed some of the settings like a headless chicken in this thread: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/msi-gt73vr-safe-stable-overclock.812987/

    EDIT:

    I also applied the settings in this video:



    +Kudos to @Spartan

    Current settings:

    CPU Ratio: 40 (4.0 ghz) *don't really want to go over it*
    Ring Ratio: 36 (default)
    CPU Core Voltage: 0 (default)
    CPU Core Voltage Offset: -0.80mV
    CPU Ring Ratio: 0 (default)
    Clock Frequency: 10000 (default)
    VR Current Limit: 400
    Power Limit 1 and 2: 200 (default)

    Then under "POWER AND PERFORMANCE" (donated to Svet for unlocked BIOS):

    IA/DC Loadline: 0 *probably needs chaging to 5 or 10?*

    What do you think? Any other settings that needs changing or needs to be added?

    Many thanks in advance!
     
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    Is it stable? Have you tried using AIDA64 to test stability?
    Any benchmark score?
     
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    I haven't done any stability test using AIDA64 yet.

    So far I only played a total of 8 hours straight playing different games: 3 hours of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, 2 hours of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, and 3 hours split between Fornite, Overwatch, and Frostpunk. Temperature goes up to 70c max depending on the game
     
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