Overclocking crashes, new driver gimp or something else? What program to use to determine stable OC?

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  1. Casowen

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    So I have noticed lately that when my gpu goes to 98-99% utilization, the frequency drops to around 1596mhz, while previously it would stay in the high 1600's. I can do something like 137mhz extra stable and have it be around 1650mhz in full gpu usage, but I swear I used to be able to make it go higher. IDK, maybe I need to raise memory clock when doing that? I dont mess with that much.

    I dont suppose this is the make key to making laptop overclocking more viable yes?
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthre...-quot-voltage-control-quot-in-MSI-Afterburner

    If so, what do you recommend to determine stable OC frequency, before and after having that extra 100mv? I am not sure, but maybe I can add the 100mv and then run the OC scanner to see if I get a higher recommended curve? That thing did crash on me a few times, and I dont like crashing just to see what is stable and isnt.
     
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