PowerSpec 1720/*Clevo PB70EF-G* tuning!

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  1. 4W4K3

    4W4K3 Notebook Evangelist

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    You can always revert back to defaults and start over. Trust me, I've started over many many times! If there was some keyboard shortcuts within the curve window that would allow for moving of multiple dots, or allow aligning multiple dots that would be great. I don't know of any shortcuts other than using the keyboard arrows to help align.
     
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    You are on this forum adjusting a clock curve, could be a lot worse, trust me ;)
     
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    I use that feature to my advantage. If you are adjusting your freq cap, you can just set the first 3 or 4 points flat, then shift drag with the mouse to grab the rest and drag them well below those first 3-4 points. (You have to have a point highlighted in the selected area as well). Close the window and hit apply, then reopen the curve editor. Afterburner doesn't like it when the curve decreases, so it will flatten out the rest automatically! Much nicer than manually flattening all the points manually.
     
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    I got 1485 in the XTU benchmark. How about anyone else?
     
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    1942 for my best, referenced in the link above (t0bimaru is me) thanks @Papusan. I'm real salty about that #2 spot but just haven't been able to make up that ~35 point gap with 1st place.
     
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    You normally need faster ram because the XTU benchmarks will benefits heavily from that.

    If you haven’t tried... Disable the security patches with inSpectre tool. Click the Info link and you’ll find it there http://forum.notebookreview.com/members/papusan.612304/
     
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    initialize Notebook Enthusiast

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    Can anyone tell me what's wrong with my curve?

    Also, I'm still getting some limit reasons when I boot up my computer, but I can usually instantly clear them out. Is this anything to worry about?
     

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    initialize Notebook Enthusiast

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    Also my core clock doesn't go beyond 300MHz for some reason, even when I apply the default settings in Afterburner...
     

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    Sorry for 3 posts in a row, but I’m currently running Unigine’s Heaven benchmark and the GPU has no problem going above 300MHz. For some reason I’m only having the issue in Time Spy...
     
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