P375SM and GTX1070

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  1. andrewff2

    andrewff2 Notebook Evangelist

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    Okay!!

    After contacting EUROCOM they send me a new bios for my P375SM now everything is working just fine!! Good for me that i bought it from upgradeyourlaptop

    Here it is working with the LCD

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    Thanks for evryone involved and yeah!!! Let's See if this notebook can handle 4 more years now :D
     
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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    Thanks for sharing your experience :)
     
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    andrewff2 Notebook Evangelist

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    Yeah right now doing some tests.. but score was lower than i expected :/

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    Try setting a high performance power state.
     
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    It Is!! i'm kinda lost right now :/
     
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    I would adjust your cpu power/voltage/frequency to stabilise the frequency.
     
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    andrewff2 Notebook Evangelist

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    Where can i do this man?!? Could you explain the ~how to?! go to intel xtu and change stuff?

    I'm kinda retarded when doing this stuff not gonna lie about it...
     
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    Yes in XTU, up the power 10W on both short and long turbo, set a target speed and see how low a voltage you can get to run it.

    It's the basics of all overclocking here :p
     
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    Ok here is my setup,

    Still:

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    Testing out but still performance is the same... even formated notebook just to keep everything fresh..
     
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    So after loads of tests.. the performance is half of what the card can do.. here is gpuz stats after running timespy

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    Can someone help me out with this!?!?
     
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