nVIDIA mobile Kepler 6xx MASTER overclocking guide. Workaround for max clocks/OC stability.

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by Mobius 1, Jul 14, 2012.

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  1. svl7

    svl7 T|I

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    I need to clarify certain things here.




    First of all, this thread got created before I got PMd.
    That's simply not how this works - just creating a thread with a call to users to post their vbios mod requests, without even having contacting the guy who's supposed to do all the work.
    I think a lot of you guys really underestimate the time it takes to figure out and create such mods. I'm doing this all on a voluntary basis and 99% of the time I don't see a single cent for this. It's mainly for fun and all in my spare time.

    Second, I'm not going to take any vbios requests here. My home is at Tech|Inferno, feel free to contact me there.
     
  2. Nahrai

    Nahrai Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hmm interesting, you got really high Graphic score compared to me, even though I have higher core clocks on my OC:confused: Could it be that CPU making difference, even though it's graphic score ?
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M video card benchmark result - Intel Core i5-3210M Processor,LENOVO Product Name score: P3041 3DMarks
     
  3. feelseasy

    feelseasy Notebook Guru

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    Hmm, I have no idea though, I reproduced a 3385 score and a 3365 score, so its not a fluke though
     
  4. Mobius 1

    Mobius 1 Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Just to show everyone here that the 650M is a crazy card with unlimited OC potential o_0

    I'm glad the tutorial worked for you, but just a question. Did you have to use a different p-state ( 0,x ) compared to the tutorial?
     
  5. feelseasy

    feelseasy Notebook Guru

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    I used; 0,5 with memory increased in p0 as well.
     
  6. mrm2x

    mrm2x Notebook Consultant

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    nice guide, but i might add that at the moment this procedure does (at least for me) not work on dell´s gtx 680M.

    you can change the memory-clock but changes in core-clock won´t get accepted (although the oc´ed value is displayed)...
     
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    MegaBUD Notebook Evangelist

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  8. feelseasy

    feelseasy Notebook Guru

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    My temp went up by maybe 2-3 C thats all. I think you should upgrade your drivers though. I was ocing to 1k ghz before so yours might go higher. Temps also depend on your laptops cooling.
     
  9. Kallogan

    Kallogan Notebook Deity

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    The 650M GT is really a weird gpu. Ocing it like hell doesn't really push the temps. Giving the fact that the Clevos we use don't have beast cooling systems. I mean two pipes with a shared fan...It is really a cold gpu. Never saw that before in my overclocker career :)
     
  10. Nahrai

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    on 1220 MHz Core and 2800 MHz memory i have 71 degree max after 1h of Prime95+Furmark. I have cooling pad(zalman NC-2000) though, but still there is place for improvement, when we take into account overvolting.
     
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