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Hi I am new here, and I just bought my first gaming laptop gt70 msi with 670mx nvidia card. I would have gotten an Asusg75 but was not within my budget. I was wondering if it is also possible to overclock my gpu easily as you have with your asus laptop?
Btw nice benchmark!
post #22 of 33
Yes you need to enable Turbo Mode before you overclock anything. Otherwise it'll just return to stock clocks when you hit "apply".

There's another thread up about overclocking this GPU too. Push the memory clock as far as you can in order to achieve the best performance. smile.gif Nvidia Inspector works well enough for this purpose. biggrin.gif
     
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Thank you for replying! I will try this when I get my new laptop this friday! I am so excited that I chosed this instead of 675m. I really appreciate the help =)

Edit: Also I been trying to look for a demo of the change in FPS from games after Overclocking the gpu. Can you provide some information if overclocking it at a certain point will increase the FPS decently?
Edited by sunza - 3/20/13 at 10:54pm
post #24 of 33
Pushing the memory clock will grant the best results. It's already horridly bottlenecked by the bandwidth so increasing that should be a priority. smile.gif
     
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Plus if you want to push it even higher, I know how to modify all the GTX 670MX and GTX 675MX GPU Bios to increase your overclocking limit biggrin.gif Just send me a request and a copy of your BIOS via PMfor any manufacturer, whether Asus, Alienware, MSI, Clevo/Sager and so on_ just required a copy of your BIOS or GPU bios from your laptop.
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^ Will overclocking it even higher than limit reduce gpu life? I wonder how hot it can get then lol, I will send you the information when I recieved my laptop tommorow, I bought a refurbished gt70 with 670mx gpu. I will probably add ICD7 thermal paste to the cpu and gpu =p I just hope my laptop wont overheat, from only having 1 big fan.

Thanks guys.
post #27 of 33
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Plus if you want to push it even higher, I know how to modify all the GTX 670MX and GTX 675MX GPU Bios to increase your overclocking limit biggrin.gif Just send me a request and a copy of your BIOS via PMfor any manufacturer, whether Asus, Alienware, MSI, Clevo/Sager and so on_ just required a copy of your BIOS or GPU bios from your laptop.

I've got a clevo 675mx showing up at my doorstep tomorrow..... Do you think a overvolt to 1.0 would be safe? It's going into a very well ventilated alienware m17x r4. If so and you have the time let me know and I'll pm you the vbios as soon as I get her up and running tomorrow.
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I've got a clevo 675mx showing up at my doorstep tomorrow..... Do you think a overvolt to 1.0 would be safe? It's going into a very well ventilated alienware m17x r4. If so and you have the time let me know and I'll pm you the vbios as soon as I get her up and running tomorrow.
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I think its safe, but I don't think its wise since it will increase your temps significantly. I suggest you push it as high as you can without an overvolt and see how your temps are, if your temps are good and you think you can take a few more degrees then maybe you can go with an overvolt_ So I would guess the GTX 675MX your getting is a 3gb GDDR5 version? I'll look into it PM me_
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post #29 of 33
Thanks for the reply..... That would definitely be the safer route. No need to fry a 500 dollar card right off the bat hey? It's actually a 4 GB version, I'll get a vbios dump and send it of to you as soon as its in my system smile.gif

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post #30 of 33
Just got my sager 9150 the other day. OC'd my 675MX... thought the results would be nice for you guys... I thought they were pretty god being I didn't find my wall yet. thumb.gif
732 core, 2399 Memory Clock. hit 71C right at the end....
but I never throttled (even when I was benching hard the other day it was at 74-76 and never throttled. Assume thats the mobile side helping out smile.gif





Ill probably pump it up some other time too. I like these results biggrin.gif
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