Overclocking 7700HQ and GTX1070

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  1. Pedro69

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    @Papusan

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    Like i said, the underlocks only happens when in gaming...with stress test never got a issue. I put a image of GPU-Z to show that i not lock the VDDC.
     
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    It looks like you need to adjust the Core Voltage Offset and set the Offset Prefix to (-) to use negative offset voltage. That should be the same as what ThrottleStop lets you adjust. Hope you do not brick anything. ThrottleStop is very forgiving if something goes wrong.
     
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    Thanks @unclewebb

    And about the cpu cache? I think that the name "Ring" or "Uncore" is one of them.
     
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    @Pedro69 - CPU Cache, Ring or Uncore are different names for the same voltage setting. Make an adjustment in the bios and then run HWiNFO or HWMonitor and see what under volts are reported.
     
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    So like in TS i should put the same value on Core voltage offset and uncore right?
     
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    Hi Pedro, were you able to fix this or understand why it happens?
     
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    @Unhappy User

    You have the same laptop?
    Well, even if im able to put 140mv(had one BSSOD with 150) undervolt on cpu directly in my bios, the problem still there...sometimes i get the issue "BD Prochot" while playing but the issue not happen in stress tests.
    The only way to prevent "BD Prochot" is disable the feature in BIOS or lock the VDDC to 0.8750 with MSI AfterBurner.

    I need find a Vbios that limits VDDC only or a way to not use MSI AfterBurner anytime that i use laptop....

    Till now, my problem was fixed with VDDC locked at 0.8750V....with this i not got anymore underlocks of 800MHz or 2700MHZ...
     
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    UPDATE

    I recieve a email from MSI saying that i have a problem in the laptop about BDProchot, motherboard, for some reason the pc need to be sent to poland for msi engineers...
    Its strange since with the lock on VDDC the problem disappear...
     
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