PowerSpec 1720/*Clevo PB70EF-G* tuning!

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Have you looked up modifying the clock curve with ctrl + f in afterburner?
     
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    yeah, Ive been messing around with it. I'm using the OC scanner and then limiting it at around .800 v. With various levels of memory clock overclocking I routinely get 17600-17700 ish Fire Strike scores. I tried a manual offset of 250 something and I once got above 17900 but I havent come near that again. Just wondering what levels and limits others have set their gpus at

    Edit: Used the OC scanner, set my memory offset to +810, and now I get around 17900 on Fire Strike
     
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  3. Meaker@Sager

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    Just tweak it slowly and find the comfortable point for your chip, each chip is different.
     
  4. iionas

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    Hello gents!

    Thought I'd join in here. I have the 9750h/2070 model!

    This is my current firestrike score with +175 on core and that's it.

    I'm running a .096mv on core and cache!

    Anymore than that I get ts bench errors!

    Would love to improve this score!

    Any suggestions?

    Anyone else on the 9750h? [​IMG]

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  5. iionas

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    Ook so managed to beat it

    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/21993751

    18539

    -.0986 on core
    -.1230 on cache

    +185 clock
    +1000 mem

    For some reason I wont go past 47w of use on the cpu!

    Pretty happy with it thou gents!


    Any improvements to be made?
     
  6. iionas

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  7. Meaker@Sager

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    Oh how dare you continue to tweak ;) 47w is the power limit of the mobile chips.
     
  8. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    Mobile chips as 9750H = 45 Watt or better say most of the ODM/OEM - Manufacturers let it run +55w under prolonged time:)
     
  9. iionas

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    Funny enough things show up as different on HW info. Ill send you some details!
     
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    Mine does do it however for some reason the turbo timer I can't trick into infinite. Sometimes it clocks down.

    Hands down satisfied with this machine though

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