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I updated the initial 3 posts with my overclocking results on a few programs. smile.gif

Nice! I'll check them out. Have you overclocked the memory too yet? You really should. Just take it slow with the mem. Start at 250mhz and run bench, raise 50mhz til you're at 400mhz more, then go 25mhz at a time watching for artifacts. I've gone to 500mhz with all 970m's and never seen artifacts at all, but that's where I stopped and just been happy with 6ghz. The 960m I had I went to 600mhz and stopped, but also never seen a artifact. could have kept going til I did, but that was plenty fast right there. The extra mem bandwidth really helps the maxwell cards.

Just benched my new NVMe SSD and it's sick fast.


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Its not his first rodeo lol
    
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Its not his first rodeo lol

Better safe than sorry. Seen some go to high too fast with memory overclocking and if you go to far sometimes it will damage a chip and you will have artifacts for good. Just making sure to warn some when I say to overclock mem. Try not to have anyone damage anything when I give advice, unlike some that just say crank it all the way up at first and don't waste time, then they are sorry in the end.
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This is really awesome thanks for all of the information! I am glad to see a Dell doing well, my personal experience with them in the past have been less than stellar.

What are the temps like? I read through and only see temps mentioned once. Would love to see those, does it get pretty hot by the mouse track pad where your wrist lies?

Excellent work! biggrin.gif
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Better safe than sorry. Seen some go to high too fast with memory overclocking and if you go to far sometimes it will damage a chip and you will have artifacts for good. Just making sure to warn some when I say to overclock mem. Try not to have anyone damage anything when I give advice, unlike some that just say crank it all the way up at first and don't waste time, then they are sorry in the end.

Your missing the context, he already had some hard to swallow situations which is why he was on his older laptop.

The very reason why he got something new instead of an older and potentially better performing machine is the ability to have a warranty in case things go awry.
    
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Its not his first rodeo lol

Yeah, as much as I appreciate the advice I'm gettin' from ya, I've done the laptop thing for the better part of like... six years now. Every machine I owned was overclocked to some extent. tongue.gif

As TheReceiver says, he knows first hand what I've dealt with. Alienware M17x R3, overclocking failure. It's the very reason I had to downgrade to that Toshiba in the first place. Wasn't the only time I was super cocky with laptops, but it was the last for sure. Not to mention I've just received this thing anyway. It's not even two full weeks old and I'm already stressing it to the limit. Give it a little time.
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Yeah, as much as I appreciate the advice I'm gettin' from ya, I've done the laptop thing for the better part of like... six years now. Every machine I owned was overclocked to some extent. tongue.gif

As TheReceiver says, he knows first hand what I've dealt with. Alienware M17x R3, overclocking failure. It's the very reason I had to downgrade to that Toshiba in the first place. Wasn't the only time I was super cocky with laptops, but it was the last for sure. Not to mention I've just received this thing anyway. It's not even two full weeks old and I'm already stressing it to the limit. Give it a little time.

I know you are good with things and aren't a rookie at this stuff. I've seen your posts many times over the past year or so. Sometimes the things I say aren't meant for you bud, there is lots of others reading these threads and they are learning for the first time. I say things so they catch on and don't just do something dumb and then be upset with us for not telling them things to watch for. Please don't take it as I'm telling you first hand and don't think you know your stuff. It's not like that at all. Trust me, I would hate that someone would try to treat me as a rookie too, I get that lol. Just remember, it's not always directed towards you bud, but to others that are reading these as well. There is many people that are reading these that don't even post at all, just read and then they go do things not knowing everything to watch for. I've seen that plenty.
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Its not his first rodeo lol

Better safe than sorry. Seen some go to high too fast with memory overclocking and if you go to far sometimes it will damage a chip and you will have artifacts for good. Just making sure to warn some when I say to overclock mem. Try not to have anyone damage anything when I give advice, unlike some that just say crank it all the way up at first and don't waste time, then they are sorry in the end.

I can say first hand I've experienced this. My laptop uses DDR3 crap video memory. Stock speed is 800mhz. I used to be able to overclock it to 950mhz easily. Thought it was OK, now I can't even get past 830mhz without crashing... The memory has no cooling on it also. But then again my laptop is 6 years old now. I still can overclock great on the gpu core though. Stock is 500mhz, I can do 740mhz without crashing!
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I can say first hand I've experienced this. My laptop uses DDR3 crap video memory. Stock speed is 800mhz. I used to be able to overclock it to 950mhz easily. Thought it was OK, now I can't even get past 830mhz without crashing... The memory has no cooling on it also. But then again my laptop is 6 years old now. I still can overclock great on the gpu core though. Stock is 500mhz, I can do 740mhz without crashing!

See, good point there buddy. Not everything I say is always directed at the OP, but to others that I know are reading these threads and I try to watch out for them too. Anytime I give advice, I would feel horrible if someone damaged something of theirs and it was because of something I said was ok to do. For us that know how things work and know everything to watch out for, it's real easy to forget that someone that doesn't know what we do won't follow the safety precautions that we normally do and then bad things can happen. I've seen it before. All of a sudden I get a PM saying, "Dude, you made me blow up my video card and now it doesn't work. I followed what you told someone else and I did the same thing and now it doesn't work anymore. It's your fault. " That is not the PM's I like to see or read. Everyone should always know that anything to do with overclocking is a "at your own risk" type of a thing. Not every piece of hardware is going to act the same, and sometime there's one Gpu or Cpu that gets INSANE overclocks on way less volts that any other one does. Also some people use very CHEAP psu's and they don't supply the same power the same way as someone with a very good psu and that there can really change things up too when overclocking is involved.

I like to keep things peaceful between all of us and try to have fun at the same time and get some extra performance out of our hardware for free if we can, or just taking a little time to do so. If we follow good procedures, we will all win in the end and make new friends at the same time thumb.gif

Hambone is always here to help. If I don't get a reply to something I ask, sometimes I will ask again but in more detail because I'm not always sure what someone knows so I explain a little more in depth. That doesn't mean I'm treating you like a noob that doesn't know anything, I'm just covering my arse to not end up with one of those PM's that I dread reading lol.

@ the OP, I am glad you made this decision and bought this new Dell laptop. So far it seems to be quite a GREAT DEAL for the money you spent, and seeing the results of your video's and benchmarks is awesome bud. Please go on more and show us anything else you can think of so all of us understand what a great laptop this is. I am truly amazed with the cooling setup it has for being such a low budget laptop that's for gaming. I would REALLY LIKE to know though if you have tried to mess with custom fan settings or if you have tried to override the stock fan profiles. I've seen many times that overriding the fan's auto profile that it comes with will net you some great results in temps dropping a TON. If you don't mind, please reply to me about this subject because I'm sure others would love to hear the same. I don't like my temps running hot even if they are within the limits of the hardware. I know my cpu and gpu can run at 80c all day and never have a problem, but I'd rather them be running at 60c or lower if they can and with the fans not being loud as hell or at 100% to do so. Thanks for your time buddy:D
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I understand what you were going for now. I apologize for my rudeness concerning said advice. redface.gif

But yeah, laptop GPUs are things that you really gotta be careful with, especially since they tend to run quite a bit warmer than the equivalent desktop parts... Even passively cooled desktop parts may run cooler than the actively cooled laptop versions, though those are the lower-end segments usually.

But yea, I've had to dial back my memory clocks a bit. I can bench at 1350/6000 (core/memory) but I'm only stable at 1350/5800, which doesn't really make a difference in games, just shaves off around 60ish points in 3DMark 11. tongue.gif Losing even one point is like taking a punch to the gut for overclockers it seems; no matter how high or low said overclock is.... dialing back is always hard to swallow. tongue.gif
     
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