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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-05-2019, 01:16 AM - Thread Starter
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GTX 1050 Laptop Undervolting

Hello all, I have a laptop with a GTX 1050 4gb and I'm wondering what sort of undervolting is available to me. I got great results dropping Vcore on my CPU so I'd love to be able to do something similar with the GPU.

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When you undervolt check performance benchmark comparisons with stock voltage and undervolting, there might be a loss with the CPU. With nvidia GPUs there should be a loss in performance with undervolting.

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I did a handful of A-B-A benches with my CPU while tweaking the undervolt and settled on -0.125 Mv as a performance improvement.

Hopefully the same can be done with the dGPU now too.


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