Surface Book 2 (13" and 15", GTX 1050/1060) announced

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  1. BeastsForever.TheDragon

    BeastsForever.TheDragon Notebook Evangelist

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    The 7700hq will definenitely outperform the 8550u IMO.
     
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    Agree
     
  3. phila_delphia

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    Thx! I`ll give it a try when I install the game next time.

    Think so too! Still in games that demand high single core CPU clock the 8650u does quite well. I had some issues with Borderlands 2 on my 6700hq in CPU limited areas which I did not notice on my Surface Book 2. The performance in Grim Dawm is also very nice.

    Best regards

    phila

    P.S.: Has anyone tried to undervolt the GTX 1060 in their SB2 15"? I´d be curious to hear wo many watts this will save you...

     
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  4. Vasudev

    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Mostly it will be locked. You can try it using MSI AB and see if it works. Don't forget to save profile after undervolting.
     
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    Yes, thank you! I got the 1050 in my SB2 undervolted via Afterburner. It works very well. Still, I`d be interested in expreiences concearning the 1060.

    Best regards

    phila
     
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  6. Vasudev

    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Better ask @Mobius 1
     
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    I only had the 1st gen surfacebook without the dGPU :|
     
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    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    You have undervolted several Pascal notebook GPUs, right?
     
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    Undervolting might not the very exact term, but yes: Afterburner (ctrl+f) allows to set the relation between "mV" and "mhz" (nvidia Pascal) and thus allows to run the craphics card with a lower mV/mhz-ratio. For my SB2 got two settings:

    Power saving -> with the base voltage of 800mv I achive a fixed 1278mhz

    Performance -> with a voltage of 925 mv I achive a fixed 1798mhz (about 100mv less than the card would draw at stock clocks)

    Taking this into regard, I think the SB2 15 inch 1060 draining issue, could be somewhat diminished by undervolting the GPU.

    Best regards

    phila
     
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    Use a bigger AC adapter like 180W.
    Use nvidia inspector to turn on battery boost that will reduce the chance of pulling additional power from battery by limiting FPS to 30.
     
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