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  1. Quokka

    Quokka Notebook Consultant

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    Yup can confirm also working here, with the same TV. The latest TV firmware update added support for G-Sync, and its working perfectly when connected via HDMI from my laptop.
     
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    etrock Notebook Enthusiast

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    rtx 2070 vbios
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  3. mynoxe

    mynoxe Newbie

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    To anyone who followed the bios unlock, slope and current tweaks still having frequencies capped at something like 3.3 GHz I just overcome that switching to Turbo profile in Msi Dragon Center and putting 0 (zero offset) for both CPU and RAM.
    I used to have it on ECO mode and that blocked my cpu and gave me EDP other all the time.

    I obtain the lowest (time?) on TS Bench: 55.096 on the 1 thread test with no throttle, 64 deg celsius, almost constant 4.1 GHz with a -20.5 mV.
    If I go lower than -20 (like -40) I get bigger score (time) on the same test for a deg more.

    Ignore if useless, I just wanted to give something back :)

    [EDIT] SpeedShift set to 128, 1 core multiplier set to 41
     
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  4. etrock

    etrock Notebook Enthusiast

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    i have a 55.296, 50'C, stock ghz, -106 mV. with LM
     
  5. darsh79n1

    darsh79n1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    what bios unlock tweaks? can u explain more plz
     
  6. Orhan Capas

    Orhan Capas Notebook Enthusiast

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    Finally I received Kryonaut and pads. With the help of an experienced friend, repasted cpu, gpu, used 1mm pads on cpu side chips and 0.5mm for vrams. After load test we got a huge improvement on CPU compared to previous situation. I was having 90+ C temp in any game and close to 99 C on heavy load. Now it does not even reach 80 C on full load.
    GPU did not have much problem before but apparently we made a mistake. Temperature shoots up to 90 C when I run any game and get to 95 C in less than a minute. We had removed stock pads on vrm and put 0.5mm new ones instead. My theory is those pads prevent GPU to effectively contact heatsink. Should I try to remove Vram pads and use Kryo only on GPU side?
     
  7. darsh79n1

    darsh79n1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    dont use thermal pad on vrams it always blocks the contact between the heatsink and gpu surface ... use kryonat on them or any paste u like it will work like charm
     
  8. Orhan Capas

    Orhan Capas Notebook Enthusiast

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    Should I also remove 1mm pads on mosfets from CPU side and Kryo on them. CPU has great performance atm.
     
  9. darsh79n1

    darsh79n1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    well i did removed them too and just put some extra paste but i think its not necessary ... u should be fine with 1mm
     
  10. Jalen9762

    Jalen9762 Notebook Evangelist

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    I have a spare ge75 charger 280 watt charger DM if interested.
     
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