Y500 GT650M Overclock

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  1. n1smo

    n1smo Notebook Consultant

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    Glad you got it to work! Please post some 3dmark11 and temperature numbers!!!!
     
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    Here is everything real quick for everyone to browse through...
    Images are as follows:

    3dmark 11 OC temps
    3d11 single
    3d11 OC sli
    3d11 default sli
    idle OC temps
    idle stock temps

    3dmark oc.JPG 11 single.jpg 11 sli OC.jpg 11 sli stock.jpg idle OC.JPG idle.JPG
     
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    OC temps during Skyrim at max
    oc speeds
    stock speeds
    vantage single
    vantage OC sli
    vantage default sli

    OC skyrim temps.JPG OC.JPG stock.JPG vantage single.jpg vantage sli OC.jpg vantage sli stock.jpg
     
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    If anyone wants me to show anything else let me know....
     
  5. pranktank

    pranktank Notebook Deity

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    Wow nice work and nice scores man. I might buy this after all, still very good temps with overclocking.
     
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    varinek Newbie

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    Hello, can you upload bat files sli OC? thank you
     
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    You have to have nvidiainspector app installed on the root of your C drive, as this is where the batch is pointing to.

    Don't think the site has a file upload besides images; I am pretty new to this forum.... I could upload them to an external source, but here is the code if you want to just make a batch out of a text document.


    Force Overclock:


    @echo off
    c:
    cd\
    cd "nvidiaInspector\"
    nvidiaInspector.exe -setGpuClock:0,2,980 -setMemoryClock:0,2,2300 -forcepstate:0,0
    nvidiaInspector.exe -setGpuClock:1,2,980 -setMemoryClock:1,2,2300 -forcepstate:1,0
    ||-forcepstate:0,5
    ||-forcepstate:1,5



    Restore Stock Speeds:


    @echo off
    c:
    cd\
    cd "nvidiaInspector\"
    nvidiaInspector.exe -setGpuClock:0,2,790 -setMemoryClock:0,2,2000 -forcepstate:0,16
    nvidiaInspector.exe -setGpuClock:1,2,790 -setMemoryClock:1,2,2000 -forcepstate:1,16
     
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    this is great thanks a lot :)
     
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    n1smo Notebook Consultant

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    Since you offered, how about running FurMark Burn-in benchmark 1920x1080 15min? I would love to see the temps on that OC'd. Mine gets to 86-87C on the single GPU. It really does get things burning. I ask because I think the stock thermal compound is some secret special sauce that is better than AS5. I can't seem to get my system back down to the temps that I saw when it was stock. FAIL!!! I'm hoping that my mind is just playing games on me and that the GPU does get this hot. I'm overclocked to 1100/2500 during the test. Thanks in advance!!!

    FurMark 1.10.3 Released - 3D Tech News and Pixel Hacking - Geeks3D.com
     
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    Here's my peak stable setting 1155/2555. Running FurMark and 3DMark11 as well as playing Far Cry 3 for hours. I've tried running at 1200/2500 when the laptop was brand new and it would go through 3DMark11 benchmark all the way through but will crash out to the desktop when running the demo. Since replacing the thermal paste to AS5, it will no longer run through the benchmark at 1200/2500 and will crash almost immediately to the desktop. I've tried every technique applying the AS5 and have reinstalled the heatsink over 10 times so do not mess with your stock heatsink. The caked on thermal paste they use works!

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