Razer Blade Pro 17 2080 Max Q Vbios

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  1. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    For the GS65 1070 Max-Q the heat of the mosfet is transferred directly to the side heat fin of the laptop, when I increase the TGP, the side does get significantly hotter, however this type of mosfet can withstand up to 125C, not sure about the long term though.

    In order to keep it at 77C max, I have it set to 93.6W at max using power slider.
     
  2. seanwee

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    Power slider?
     
  3. hackness

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    Well, currently RTX GPU still can't do the vbios modding, but Pascal GPU can accept the modded vbios through hardware flashing, and I flashed mine.

    I'm just saying that I was able to clearly feel the heat of the mosfet just by touching the side fin and I did find for every increase in 10W, the temperature of the side fin which is linking to the mosfet gets hotter and hotter.
     
  4. rinneh

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    components round it and the PCB itself dont like the 125c. Also thats for peak temps not long term.
     
  5. amihail91

    amihail91 Notebook Evangelist

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    Surely as it says "Performance Limit - Power: Yes" in HWINFO that means that you are not hitting 100W ...
     
  6. Hackintoshihope

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    That is an uneducated answer... performance limit power means you are hitting the specified tdp... power is never unlimited if it were a GPU would never stop boosting until it hit some kind of other limiter...


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    I've been experimenting with flashing normal gpu vbioses onto Max-q parts and ALL off them exhibit the same behavior.

    Even a 1660ti Max-q (60w) can't be flashed to a 1660ti (80w) although the increase in power draw is very small.

    It seems like something is fundamental different with Max-q gpus. But what?
     
  8. hackness

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    I guess NVIDIA saw what's coming from users' side.
     
  9. rinneh

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    COuld be just purely that it measures the VRM circuit if it has the power. Limit it through that.
     
  10. amihail91

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    Uneducated we will agree on! But when my 1070 MaxQ hits 90W in HWINFO while playing Battlefield V it backs off the Core Clock by a few MHz to remain under 90W - what is the point in pushing the card like this in a gaming scenario, surely I gain 0 performance if its hitting into PL over and over and unable to achieve a stable clock? Maybe I am misunderstanding something fundamental here.
     
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