P375SM and GTX1070

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  1. poprostujakub

    poprostujakub Notebook Consultant

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    What score is under expectations? CPU or GPU?
     
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    andrewff2 Notebook Evangelist

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    Both, actually i don't know if running everything stock is not as good as it should be... trying xtu but i'm pretty bad at doing these kinda of things...
    Temps are not the problem right now but the 1070 is having loads of PerfCap Pwr (green part in gpuz).

    Here is a PIC... should i change the vbios for something else?



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    You would have to manually flash the vBIOS chip to do that but at this point that's your only option.
     
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    Can i find it somewere do you have any link i so i could test?! or someone who can mod mine i don't mind paying for it!
     
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    poprostujakub Notebook Consultant

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    Way too low power limits. Set "long" power limit to 65W and "short" to 100W.
    Like in all other mobile Pascal cards, your card is TDP limited.
     
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    Can i not change this?? i was looking around i found out that "1xxx nvidia series modifications can be flashed only with hardware SPI Programmer, by physically reflashing the vbios chip"

    So i cannot change my vbios with nvflash...
     
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    No, you have to get the card out and program it so no Nvflash joy.
     
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    I'm failing to see what is unexpected about those Timespy scores tbh.

    My recent TS score is 4,3xx with 3940XM @ 4.5 (so the deficit given your lower clock is within expectation)
    And my GPU score is 11,5xx which is approx double yours (again, expected given SLI)
     
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    looking into my score and seeing others with 2k more and same configs kinda looks weird
     
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    There will be those out there that can either tweak really well, get a really good chip or both.

    The system I tweaked was stable at 3.9ghz all day long.
     
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