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  1. Phoenix

    Phoenix Super Tweaker

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    150/300 is safe
     
  2. Q937

    Q937 Notebook Deity

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    You're unlikely to ever be able to destroy your card, TBH. The power limit is clamped down in the VBIOS, as is the voltage. The only thing left is temps, and as long as you're not running at 90+ all day all the time you're probably fine.
     
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    serdarevica Notebook Enthusiast

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    What about 1070 boys in MSI GT73VR 7RE
    So far i have this and i have been running some games with no probs:

    [​IMG]
     
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    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Done! :)
     
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    As it seems, there are many users with that problem. It's also described here:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/64i5u5/iccnvidia_custom_color_profiles_being_reset_by/
    https://www.tenforums.com/gaming/81...s-ignore-nvidia-ctrl-panel-color-profile.html

    Disable Home -> Gaming -> Game Bar -> "Show Game Bar when I play full screen games microsoft has verified" or disable just the whole Game Bar. That worked for me.
     
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    Is there even a point to overclocking the 1070 since most of the time you will be hitting a clockspeed wall due to the 110w power limit?

    Mine usually just bounces around 1600-1700mhz while sitting at the power limit.
     
  7. serdarevica

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    Cant really give Pro answer on that, but games feels less choppy and i for sure get some fps increase.
     
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    how can you control core voltage with afterburner ? Mine is locked on 6RE.
     
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    I'd like to know this too.
     
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    third method worked for me.
     
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