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post #191 of 658
P5900 Holy hell.
WOW.

I'm impressed.

Which CPU is in that system?
post #192 of 658
Hi guys,

I read the first post, but i don't understand it. What do i need to do to overclock my GTX 670MX? Do i need a custom BIOS for my particular laptop brand? I have a horize brand laptop.
post #193 of 658
Hello again
I did backup my bios with the instructions from first thread 6 times and I compared every backup with HexCamp2 and every backup hat many changes in hex. is that normal. so what is the story? did someone have this problem too.smile.gif
post #194 of 658
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Originally Posted by Question2 View Post

Hi guys,

I read the first post, but i don't understand it. What do i need to do to overclock my GTX 670MX? Do i need a custom BIOS for my particular laptop brand? I have a horize brand laptop.

What is the exact model of your laptop? Start the program GPU-Z and try to save the dump videobios by pressing the small button on the right in the window of the program.
post #195 of 658
Here you go :



I downloaded the program nvidia inspector but im not sure how to use it to OC. Do i just move te slider bars?

I found this guide here : http://forum.notebookreview.com/gaming-software-graphics-cards/677169-nvidia-mobile-kepler-6xx-master-overclocking-guide-workaround-max-clocks-oc-stability.html

But it doesn't explain how to do any of the stuff like turn of dynamic boost, etc.
Edited by Question2 - 6/3/13 at 11:28pm
post #196 of 658
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Originally Posted by jmhdj View Post

No but it is possible to get voltage up to 1.1volt. i would need Your bios for editing though.

Could you tell me how to do it?
post #197 of 658
You have to edit vbios With hex editor and change values on 6-7 different Places at least what I did when I tried to lower voltage on 680m inside my g73sw.
post #198 of 658
Also fo some reason i can't get nvidia inspector to start if i pin it to my taskbar....
post #199 of 658
And for some reason nvidia inspector causes my laptop to make a loud ticking noise when the program is open....
post #200 of 658
Is there a way to stop the voltage from lowering down after the GPU temps hit 60?
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