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post #1 of 71 (permalink) Old 01-16-2016, 09:29 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi guys,
finally I unlocked and overclocked my laptop's GPU, flashing a stable ROM.
Here some info, at your disposal for any question!

Core 1430.5MHz
Memory 2750MHz

Benchmarks:

3DMark Firestrike
Unigine Valley and Heaven
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!!! OCCT give me errors on memory at 2750MHz not at 2506MHz !!!

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Pretty impressive OC, don't suppose you have any before benchmarks?

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You are right, I will do a downclock making some benchmark, for a better comparison. Actually I also adjusted Memory clock at default parameter, because OCCT gave me errors... so at today

Core 1430.5
Memory 2506
VDDC 1.112

I have to say that I'm a beginner, so for sure my OC is not optimized...

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BENCHMARKS AT DEFAULT CORE 949.5 MEMORY 2506

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BENCHMARKS AT CORE 1430.5 MEMORY 2506

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Hi guys,

Currently own an Aorus X5 laptop with dual 965m's in SLI and i've been able to get a stable overclock of +135Mhz to core and +800Mhz to memory for almost 6 months now... i know i'm pushing it but i'm yet to have any problems. Performance seems to be on par with a desktop GTX 780 with these overclocks. As you can see from the attached photo, i'm able to keep a solid 60fps on War Thunder with completely maxed out settings (excluding Anti-Aliasing) at 2880x1620 (3k) resolution:D

Shame the cooling on the processor (i7-5700HQ) is insufficient to allow any overclocking, i normally have to use Intel XTU and reduce CPU clock speeds from 3.5ghz to 3ghz maximum!!mad.gif


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Hi, did you just unlocked limits in vbios and overclocking via afterburner, or setting offset clocks in bios?
Can you share your bios? ^^
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Hi, did you just unlocked limits in vbios and overclocking via afterburner, or setting offset clocks in bios?
Can you share your bios? ^^

modified the BIOS of the GPU (not the System one), attached...

GTX965M.zip 2320k .zip file

PAY ATTENTION: every laptop have different overclock capabilities!


Procedure:
disable your nVidia card under the devices management
run STABLE.bat file
enable your nVidia card under the devices management
reboot your system
Attached Files
File Type: zip GTX965M.zip (2.27 MB, 385 views)

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Does it still work with new drivers? Will it brick the card? Does it work on Msi laptops with the 2g 965m?
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Does it still work with new drivers? Will it brick the card? Does it work on Msi laptops with the 2g 965m?

nVidia drivers are not a problem for now... please give me your exact laptop model for check what we can do. thumb.gif

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