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  1. DRevan

    DRevan Notebook Virtuoso

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    Hey!
    Can anyone please help me to how to undervolt the CPU without messing up the OC in the Dragon Center ?
    I have never undervolted with XTU and I don't want to mess up anything which needs a WIndows reinstall to fix and would be nice if it could be stored in the BIOS.
     
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  2. DukeCLR

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    I just did this the other day. I had some trouble getting the OC to stick just using XTU so I ended up loading the OC profile with DGC then I launched XTU and was able to get a -.020 offset to work correctly with an OC of 4.1.
     
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    XTU shouldn't make you have to reinstall windows ever.


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  4. DRevan

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    Had some cases with Clevo where undervolting in XTU made the CPU to drop multiplier to x8 under load ...
    Is there a way to store the undervolting made in XTU in the BIOS ?
     
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    same here mate but i have no idea what the reason is.

    i download the last 3 Driver from nvidia before the March Driver to check if there was the same issue.
    i'm not sure but this issue appears on my device with the march Driver.

    @HardCoreGamer4Life try the 378.78 from Nvidia. it Looks like that this issue is related to the latest Driver (378.92) from nvidia
     
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    Played a few minutes of Rise of The Tomb Raider and the game froze, green lines appeared on the screen and then the laptop rebooted.

    I don't think it is a VGA problem, because earlier Fire Strike Stability Test finished with 98.2%.

    Maybe -170mV undervolt was a bit too much for 4.1 Ghz. I try -120 mV and see if it freezes again with green vertical lines showing.
     
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  7. HardCoreGamer4Life

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    Yes the previous version I had which was 378.78 before the 378.92 if I can still remember it correctly, didn't have this issue.
     
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    I've been told by several people that the 6820hk can't do 4.2 on the msi.


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  9. HardCoreGamer4Life

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    Yeah, I had the 378.78 before and it didn't have this issue. Can I go back to a previous version safely using DDU?
     
  10. Badhand386

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    Clicking default should have fixed this, is XTU a part of CCC like it is in DC?


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