Sony Vaio S Bios Mod For Gt640m Le

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  1. raftwtf

    raftwtf Newbie

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    When this gpu reach 71 c it change to the onboard... its the real problema in win10
     
  2. Marcelo Leite

    Marcelo Leite Notebook Enthusiast

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    are you experiencing this problem with stock bios ?
     
  3. raftwtf

    raftwtf Newbie

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    Nah... i changed the thermal paste and cleaned up... But not helped a lot...
    Do u know what I can do to use the gpu and cpu without thermal throttle?
     
  4. Pohmell

    Pohmell Notebook Consultant

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    Use Windows 8.1

    It doesnt try to control everything for you and there is no throttle at all.The change between internal and external GPU is fully controlled by the switch.

    Also cooling fan setting has to be set priority to ventilation and latest Nvidia drivers in my case made performance worse.

    All of them can be achieved by using Winodows 10 Manager. Or Win 8.1 manager depending on OS version.
     
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  5. raftwtf

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    How i can change the fan setting on this laptop?
     
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    [QUESTION] Would this work with sony vaio svs1312Q9ES ? It initially came with windows 8 and has now got windows 7 its got an intel core i3-3110m and gt 640m le that is currently clocked at 500MHz and can only overclock utmost to 700MHz.
    Thanks in advance :)
     
  8. RefinedPower

    RefinedPower Notebook Deity

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    Are we limited to a +135 mhz OC with the Nvidia Inspector method? I cant seem to get any better then that using a W7 S15 with 640 LE
     
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