Y500 GT650M Overclock

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  1. RebellionElite

    RebellionElite Notebook Enthusiast

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    How are you able to get past the base core of 790 Mhz? No matter what I do, it won't overclock, but the RAM will.

    Also, the Batch files refuse to work it just says || was unexpected at this time. This is driving me nuts.
     
  2. Kukri

    Kukri Notebook Consultant

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    As others suggested, need to have the batch files in the C directory, under the folder named "nvidiainspector". You have to use that exact name and filepath, or otherwise it wont work. You also need to have the nvidia inspector program open before you run the .bat, I think. For getting it above 790, you must have the nvidia 310.9 drivers installed (I had the same issue before). Drivers newer than that wont let you overclock the gpu.
     
  3. Milo01

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    This is not exactly true.
    Above 310.9 driver u are limited 790+135Mhz=925Mhz see my older comment #87.....
     
  4. RebellionElite

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    Alright, so I got one to work. How do I overclock the second GPU?

    Thx again.
     
  5. RebellionElite

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    Got it working. Thx again.

    But does anyone have issues with the second GPU not loading up to 100%? GPU-Z will say it continually go from 90% to 75% and back up.
     
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    Nvm figured it out
     
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    Character Zero Notebook Evangelist

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    Thanks for these. One thing, for the memory overclock. GPU-Z seems to split the 250 offset between the core clock and the boost. Is that right?
     
  8. Estbarul

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    Just for curiosity, what was the solution? In case the problem repeats for someone else (maybe me when I get in a few days my laptop heh)
     
  9. ChrisNee1988

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    I just put nvidiainspector in c:\Nvidiainspector and created the two batch files posted above.
     
  10. Cordelle

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    @Milo
    mine overclocks fine on 310.90 drivers i have stopped my overclock at 1117 core and 2477 mem.
     
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