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OC a Nvidia quadro fx770m

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Hi guys.
I have a HP 8530w with a fx770m video card. It reaches max 75 celcius under load. Is it possible to OC it, and if so, how much?
    
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Its a laptop? If so 90% sure you cannot overclock it and you wouldn't want to anyway, its going to create more heat and less battery life.
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post #4 of 16
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yeah, it's a laptop. Battery life is not an issue, because when i play games on my laptop, it runs on ac power. (yes, with the battery removed ).

The heat can be an issue indeed. but since i undervolted my cpu, it doesn't go over 68C.

how can i check if i can overclock it?
    
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post #5 of 16
download MSI afterburner and go for it
post #6 of 16
MSI Afterburner worked for my 330M perfectly.
You should try that, if not, try http://www.nvidia.com/object/nvidia_...ools_6.06.html
OC tool from NVIDIA build directly into NVIDIA Control Panel
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...why do you remove the battery?
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...why do you remove the battery?

If you have your laptop hooked up to AC power while the battery is in, this doesnt mean charging it, for a long period of time the battery will degrade and not hold a charge for very long anymore.
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...why do you remove the battery?
Because it deteriorates if it is fully charged, but still charging due to the ac plug. Really kills your battery life. Ended up having to get a new one for a client that left her laptop on her desk at home, always plugged it for months. Then, the first time she wanted to take it out her battery barely lasted 10 minutes. No surprise there XD.
    
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tnx all.

i raised the clockspeed to 520 with the NVidia tool and it didn't reset during restart.
are there any rules for how much you can do each slider?
    
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