[Quick Guide] NVIDIA GPU Undervolting, Overclocking and Overvolting

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  1. yrekabakery

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    If it's only problematic in PUBG but not other games, I say suck it up and add a profile for PUBG with automatic detection level set to none. Everyone knows that game has horrendous optimization anyway so it doesn't surprise me in the slightest.
     
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    Ok thank you for that clarification
    In that case, you have something that is conflicting with MSI Afterburner's OSD.
    So is definitely some other program, process or application you have installed that is causing this.

    I am using 390.77 right now and I do not have any such problems. And my GPU is TDP modded to 230W (it's a GTX 1070).

    Still trying to get ahold of this Engineering NVflash version also.
     
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    You guys are awesome.. Yea I agree PUBG sucks as the game is not optimized properly. I did what you suggested by just adding a profile and set automatic detection to NONE. Now no more Stuttering and FPS drop.
    I was thinking it might be from OSD of HwInfo64. Apparently it is not and I don't know whats causing the problem. My big guess is that it is just PUBG itself as what I agreed with yrekabakery.

    Thanks to everyone for helping me solve my problem. @Mr. Fox Thank you.
     
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    Hi guys and thanks for the video tutorial.

    On P775tm1, i undervolted the GTX 1070 @0.950 but after that, i got lower score in unrealbench and the GPU seems to suffer Power throttleling even running always at the same frequency as gpu-z
    Charts suggests

    Any advice?

    Thanks
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    EDITED.....Nevermind:D
     
  6. Atom Ant

    Atom Ant Hello, here I go again

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    Got damm, I was told here in some of the topic in the maxwell time, that undervolting the GPU is impossible, because it has difficult voltage scheme and the GPU can do the best itself. Since I did not look for solution...
    So I found this guide by accident, followed the youtube video and it is working on my Dell with Geforce 1050. It is fantastic, from 1075mv I could go down to 950mv. Big Thank You for Mr. Fox. I feel like I have a new laptop with 1050maxQ without buying anything...

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    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Pascal cards undervolting MSI AB.
     
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    Hi @Mr. Fox, I am noticing an issue with my MSI Afterburner. The core clock slider and memory clock slider is greyed out most of the time when I open the program. I have to keep opening and closing the program until the sliders are not greyed out. When I was on Win10 v1709 The problem was already there but not happening frequently. This issue got worst in Win10 v1809. I did a clean install of Win10, Installed MSI Afterburner then copy paste my profile to MSI Afterburner instead of doing everything again manually. Any idea what's causing this?
     
  9. yrekabakery

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    Probably Optimus causing the dGPU to sleep. Have something loading the dGPU when Afterburner is active and the sliders should stay on.
     
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    Thanks.. That solved the problem quick.. I just have to run gpuz render test real quick so that 100% the MSI sliders are not greyed out..
     
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