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  1. Jzyftw

    Jzyftw Notebook Geek

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    The clock was oscillating between ~1070 and 1126 MHz during the whole benchmark
     
  2. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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  3. Jzyftw

    Jzyftw Notebook Geek

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    I know, these are the stock boost frequencies. What I mean is that with +160 on the core freq and no overvolting, I get a stable frequency of 1286 MHz, while with a +170 MHz o/c and overvolting, my gpu runs at stock frequencies
     
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    dragonwolf8504 Notebook Evangelist

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    I don't know if it's just me, I could be paranoid, but lately whenever I play my games, the screen flickers when quitting the game. It's almost like the graphic drivers froze and responded really quickly. No popups, temps are fine. No overclock of any kind. No flickering during normal runs. Running 344.75. I hope it's something that has been happening and and I just now noticed it and just paranoid, and not something getting ready to fail. Anyone have this issue?

    Note: The biggest obvious time when this happens is when I play Farming Simulator 15. According to MSI afterburner's OSD it seems the game uses OGL. Not DX11 or such. Would this have something to do with things?
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

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    It could be the card clocking down from high 3d to 2d.
     
  6. Marcelosiciliano

    Marcelosiciliano Notebook Consultant

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    I tried svl7 VBIOS and i found that it is highly unstable under over clock and it scored much lower than prema VBIOS on 3dMark
     
  7. -=$tR|k3r=-

    -=$tR|k3r=- Notebook Virtuoso

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    Which model GT72 do you have...... it this with 880M Kepler, or 980M Maxwell? Just curious, because I am wondering if svl7 supports Maxwell architecture.

    :)
     
  8. Marcelosiciliano

    Marcelosiciliano Notebook Consultant

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    I have the 980m. I used svl7 980m OC edition, but its a terrible VBIOS to overclock. With Prema VBIOS I have better overclock, but my 980m run hotter
     
  9. -=$tR|k3r=-

    -=$tR|k3r=- Notebook Virtuoso

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    Yeah, I wasn't sure if svl7 supported the 980M yet, and I know Svet hasn't worked on Maxwell Vbios optimization yet. Thx!

    :)
     
  10. JoJo215

    JoJo215 Newbie

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    First laptop ever, GT72 Dragon Pro, I've read this forum beginning to end twice. Thanks for the help. I am trying to learn everything I can and put this thing thru its paces. Absolutely in awe even 2 weeks in.

    Sent from my SM-P900 using Tapatalk
     
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