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  1. scooptroop

    scooptroop Notebook Enthusiast

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    After goofing around with afterburner and using the OC scanner, I set my memory offset to +810, and now I get around 17900 on Fire Strike. changes every time I test but it is always a bit higher or lower. Wondering what other people have? I have Throttlestop set to -100 on core and cache (anything higher and I get errors when doing TS Bench) and my thermals while gaming are low 60's gpu, low 70's cpu.

    Anyone have any tweak suggestions or their own settings?
     
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    That's pretty decent man. Tbh my auto oc always crashes. I think we should work out a undervolt for the gpu it would benefit it alot.


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  3. Ashlander

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    What games are you playing at those temps?
     
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    I'm getting about 68-70 on GPU and about 65-68 on cpu playing red dead redemption 2 at 75hz.

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    A slight undervolt a moderate overclock for 24/7 often yields the best long term results.
     
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    You mean a custom voltage curve for the card yes dude?
     
  7. scooptroop

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    gta v and witcher at max settings

    i also have kryonaut and thermal pads though
     
  8. Ashlander

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    I might have to pickup GTAV next time it's on sale to compare. I've always wanted to try some of the mods anyway. Most games I play still heat the CPU up to upper 80s - 90 (i have speed shift set to 98 which usually keeps it in the mid-80s range), and the GPU up to 85-86 even with Mastergel Maker Nano (Kryonaut equivalent) and thermal pads.
     
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    Yes for the gpu, voltage down and leading to higher clock but the same base idea applies to the CPU too.
     
  10. scooptroop

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    Interesting. I've got Speed Shift set to 0. I also have my computer propped up with an X-Stand
     
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