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

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  1. Sergeant

    Sergeant Notebook Enthusiast

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    Can i undervolt a gtx680m 2GB?
     
  2. Keleg

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    Hey,
    I'v got a ASUS N76VZ Notebook with Intel i7 3610QM and GT 650M (2GB DDR3).
    Im on 900 MHz Core and 1000 MHz Memory now. The default is 835/900.
    My CPU is running @ 2,7 GHz (normal 2,3 GHz and 3,3 Turbo)
    Temerpatures are fine - 70°C GPU max and CPU 80°C max (got a cooler too)

    Im asking my self, whats the best p-state and is there a way to get more power than 900/1000?

    Is there any programm that i can use to force my cooler?

    And does anyone got a unlocked bios for that model?
     
  3. sasuke256

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    what do you mean by force your cooler ?
     
  4. Keleg

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    I need a programm to force my notebook cooler rpm!
    Speedfan and Afterburner doesnt work. I only can force my cooler to 100% by editing
    Rewrite -> Embedded Controller -> 00 / 90 from 00 to 01.

    But i want to run the fan at 50%, 75% and so on... So which programm can i use?

    And is there a unlocked bios for my notebook and graphics card?

    /edit

    Can someone please tell me what PState i need to use?
    If i use this:

    nvidiaInspector.exe -setBaseClockOffset:0,0,0 -setMemoryClockOffset:0,0,135 -setGpuClock:0,0,835 -setMemoryClock:0,0,1035 -forcepstate:0,8
    Sometimes the core OC keeps the game and driver crashing in p8

    nvidiaInspector.exe -setMemoryClockOffset:0,0,100 -setGpuClock:0,1,900 -setMemoryClock:0,1,1000 -forcepstate:0,0
    At this i cant go above 900MHz core speed? Lol with afterburner i can do to 970, how to get more?

    Waht im doing wrong and what does this mean 0,0,100... What are the first two numbers for?
     
  5. Lizzo

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    i still have issues trying to oc my 650m sli sigh..
     
  6. nightking

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    Hello everyone!

    I'm having trouble with OCing my 740M (set in Asus K56CB). OC of memory is running perfectly fine, and I'm pretty happy to see boost which it gave, but I can't OC core at any way. Although it changes it value to higher clocks it actually is locked on 810 MHz and it won't go any higher, even clock is set on 815 MHz for example. I know that vBios is a part of sBios so I don't want to flash it. Do you have any thoughts about this? Thanks!
     
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    nvidia inspector isnt working ?
     
  8. wwwwasdwww

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    Can anyone set a permanent p5 state on a 735M gpu? because after 11 minutes it enters a p8 state with reduced voltages and i get a blue screen of death after that. PLEASE HELP! thank you :)
     
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