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Ok, how much of an FPS boost would I be expecting to get out of these rates? because at the clock rate stated above I am only getting a 5 FPS boost on Crysis 2 on ultra with hi-res, with a total FPS of 25, which doesn't seem right considering everything on the graphics card is running at a faster clock rate than their desktop counterparts, which are capable of running these games perfectly well on these settings. I am just asking this here because I want to know what kind of boosts in performance should be expected.
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338I use the MSI afterburner too, and test with occt, and i can crank my memory to max 1625 mhz no problem, and my gpu is stable with 910, but not 920, but i leave it at 900, no need the extra 10 mhz anyway hehe, but its really nice u can OC it that much and nice temp
Edited by kukoman - 3/10/12 at 8:03am
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Originally Posted by selkie707 View Post

the card in this laptop has some serious potential, the stock on mine cant get above 56C and at that point it actually begins to get cooler xD
at most the air coming out the back air ducts are barely hot.
This brings to question would it then be possible to upgrade the voltage and clocks alot higher and stay with good temperatures
currently without a voltage change as nibitor doesnt support the 560M yet, i can get the clocks alot higher than factory settings and running fine:
Default Clocks:
Core: 775
Shader: 1550
Mem: 1250
Temp: 40C-55C
Stable (highest so far):
Core: 917
Shader: 1834
Mem: 1450
Temp: 40-55C

He speaks the truth. Similar results here, no need to adjust the voltage. The cooling is just unbelievable. One thing though:

Asus includes a button to toggle the performance settings (battery saving, high performance, etc.) on the G series, and I was under the impression the "high performance" mode worked like an automatic overclock. Nvidia Inspector doesn't show any changes when cycling through the different modes, so I have no idea how this actually affects anything. But my question is:

Does anyone know what (if at all) this setting does to the clock speeds? And/or how this affects overclocks with a third party app (i.e. msi afterburner)?
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