*** Turbo mode turned on with new Dragon Center software. (For some Models) ***

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  1. cuneyt1984

    cuneyt1984 Notebook Consultant

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    What is the link for the information you posted? MSI must have a page where they describe the updates and list the download. It's best to check out the info posted about a download before downloading it and installing it :)
     
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    macmyc Notebook Evangelist

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    They let you overclock the GPU on Dragon Center since months now. It's not a recent feature unless you were using a really old version of DC...
     
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    Beemo BGA is totally TSK TSK!

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    I really like the dragon center because its an all-in-one software (fan control, OC, sound profiles, and display profiles, etc.) but the shift mode is buggy and what I mean by that is if you observe the clock speed in HWinfo it would seems that its unstable, so let's say you OC to 3.59GHz then it sometimes drops to 3.49GHz or less.
     
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    I have used Dragon Center a long time to control my old GT70 Win8.1 fan even when it's not officially supported. Working fine until now - 1.2.1709.1101 doesn't work anymore.
     
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    Now the turbo preset cannot overclock to 4,2 ghz
     
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