A brief tutorial on Nvidia Inspector's command line parameters (with Total Commander utility):
1. Download Total Commander.
2. Install and run (press key 1, 2 or 3 at startup as required by the shareware version of the software)
The program will run and you will see a window which looks like this:
Basically you see two windows for file management. In one of the windows above (left in the example) navigate with your keyboard or mouse to the folder where you have Nvidia Inspector installed. Once nvidiainspector.exe file is visible in the Total Commander window add the following parameters in the bottom line (marked with red square in the picture above):
For 750MHz overclock on the GPU of GTX 670MX:
nvidiaInspector.exe -setVoltageOffset:0,0,0 -setGpuClock:0,2,750 -setMemoryClock:0,2,1400 -forcepstate:0,0
and press enter.
For 760MHz overclock on the GPU of GTX 670MX:
nvidiaInspector.exe -setVoltageOffset:0,0,0 -setGpuClock:0,2,760 -setMemoryClock:0,2,1400 -forcepstate:0,0
For going back to default state of your graphic card:
nvidiaInspector.exe -setVoltageOffset:0,0,0 -setGpuClock:0,2,135 -setMemoryClock:0,2,1400 -forcepstate:0,16
During the process open EVGA precision in a separate window on your desktop and in it follow the frequency and the temperature. Please note that the voltage will be fixed and maximum while you are overclocking.
Play with the parameters as you wish but do not exceed the numbers.
Please note that the above values are valid for GTX 670MX. If you have different card in your computer modify the frequency values upon need. Do not touch the voltage in the parameters. Leave the value at 0.
So you do not need to run the Nvidia inspector by double clicking. Just enter the command parameters while Total commander has nvidiainspector.exe folder open.
If you have more questions please let me know.
For changing the memory frequency in the nvidia inspector just move both sliders equally:
If you want to increase the memory limit just press "unlock max" in the upper right corner. Than move shader clock and memory clock sliders both to 3000 (or any other value) for example. After both are pointing at 3000 (i.e. both same value) press "Apply Clocks & Voltage" at the bottom right corner. (I am sorry for the Asian language example).
As you can see the option for raising the GPU frequency in Nvidia inspector is dimmed in my case. I can only play with the GPU frequency via the command line parameters or via EVGA precision. I do not know why is like this.
These options work with my GTX 670MX.
In case you see a message popping up like "divider not 0" or similar once you run Nvidia inspector try and use version 1.91 instead of the latest build.
Do not forget to monitor the changes in frequency and temperature in EVGA precision or MSI afterburner.
I hope this helps