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post #11 of 17
Cool! I'm looking forward to seeing the results! thumb.gif
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This guy knows what's up!

I'd love to hear about your new laptop too once you have it ☺

Heh, thanks mate! I'll start a thread when I've got some pictures and results to share.
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Right, results time!

After 10 minutes of Furmark, with the CPU burn test running at the same time, max GPU temp is 66c and max CPU temp is 82c!

However, during gaming I very much doubt both GPU and CPU will be running flat out like that lol

Stopping the CPU stress test only reduces GPU temp a little to 62c and the CPU TO 71c.
post #13 of 17
That's not bad at all! I'm guessing that's running with the laptop plugged into the charger? (Power settings will nerf performance when running battery only)

Try logging your temps through your next long gaming session (1hr+) to let the hardware get to full soak. Seems like you'll have pretty good temps for gaming though. I'd say you have some very safe headroom to tweak the GPU speeds with Afterburner! I want to say these Pascal units will throttle around 90C, but the lower temps are always better for a long, reliable, life.
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Yeah when plugged in!

Just about to play elite dangerous for an hour or so.
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I have just done tuning GPU of my Inspiron 7567 Gaming (4K display) with MSI Afterburner 4.3.0

For the heat control I use 4 fan laptop stand (2 of the fans are directly under laptop intakes).
Standard Dell 130 W power adapter heats up to ~50 degrees Celsius so I intend to use my old one (150 W) form 17' XPS.

BIOS: ver. 1.00.07 from dell support page
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz (Kaby Lake)
Ram: 16 GB single channel SK Hynix HMA82GS6AFR8N-UH DDR4-2400 (1200 MHz) SDRAM
Drive: NVMe THNSN5512GPUK NV (512 GB)

For my GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB I have determined max values of +252 on core clock and +297 on memory clock. That lead to +4 FPS (from 35 to 39) on Geeks 3D FurMark 1.19.0 @3840x2160 burn test without artifacting, and about +10 FPS (from 33 to 43) on "Elder Crolls Online" @3840x2160 on High Settings. I have tried to push the memory further to ~+400 , but from the value +298 and up the FPS stalls and decreases by 2-3 FPS.
Temperature curve maxes out @ 65 degrees Celsius after few hours of gaming.

I hope this will guide someone to squeeze some juice of this GPU smile.gif
post #16 of 17
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I have just done tuning GPU of my Inspiron 7567 Gaming (4K display) with MSI Afterburner 4.3.0

For the heat control I use 4 fan laptop stand (2 of the fans are directly under laptop intakes).
Standard Dell 130 W power adapter heats up to ~50 degrees Celsius so I intend to use my old one (150 W) form 17' XPS.

BIOS: ver. 1.00.07 from dell support page
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz (Kaby Lake)
Ram: 16 GB single channel SK Hynix HMA82GS6AFR8N-UH DDR4-2400 (1200 MHz) SDRAM
Drive: NVMe THNSN5512GPUK NV (512 GB)

For my GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB I have determined max values of +252 on core clock and +297 on memory clock. That lead to +4 FPS (from 35 to 39) on Geeks 3D FurMark 1.19.0 @3840x2160 burn test without artifacting, and about +10 FPS (from 33 to 43) on "Elder Crolls Online" @3840x2160 on High Settings. I have tried to push the memory further to ~+400 , but from the value +298 and up the FPS stalls and decreases by 2-3 FPS.
Temperature curve maxes out @ 65 degrees Celsius after few hours of gaming.

I hope this will guide someone to squeeze some juice of this GPU smile.gif

Excellent, thanks for this :-)
post #17 of 17
Last night had some hard graphics sciences on My ESO game - game crashed 3 times. So I lowered all to stock and changes to med settings to finish the Guild Trial run.

Today my plan is to go on memory harder, and try it on actual gaming instead of FurMark. Now set +697 on memory clock... Will see how it goes after few hours smile.gif
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