I am seeing more people asking for help with undervolting their GPUs to improve some of the ludicrous thermals that are commonly seen in many of today's gaming notebooks. I made a quick video to help with this process for those needing assistance. I also see a few folks now and then asking how to overclock their GPU. The same process used for undervolting can also be used for overclocking and overvolting. You simply go the other direction. Rather than burying this information in a random thread where nobody can find it, I decided to make a new thread so it is easier to find using our forum search feature or Google search. Feel free to ask questions and share your successes in this thread. You will find links in the video description in my YouTube channel. Edit: If you ever changed GPUs or vBIOS with Afterburner installed, you can end up with more than one .CFG file. If you have a multi-GPU system, you will have one for each GPU and all need to be modded. Sorry, I forgot to mention that in the video. If you only have one GPU and you are not sure which CFG file to edit based on the date of creation, just edit all of them and it won't matter on the file(s) not needed. Or, you can delete them all, let Afterburner create a new file(s) automatically, then edit the new file(s). But, on a single GPU system, Afterburner will create only one new file.