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10-21-2017 01:37 PM
SpykeZ Well generally, I'd it's a laptop, assume you can't overclock,, is rather rate anyone allows it.
10-21-2017 07:49 AM
rafsun how do i know if they allow it or not?
10-21-2017 07:37 AM
SpykeZ You can't OC laptop gpus unless you have one that they specifically allow it which are usually high end Sagers and the likes.
10-21-2017 07:11 AM
I have this laptop with i3 processor. I love playing COD promod (yes cuz thats probably the only cool featured game that my pc can support pretty nicely). If you've heard of strafing and bounces,then you know how important FPS is...if you dont know,then let me tell you that you need to hit a stead fps of 125/250/333 to perform such actions (and the mod ain't graphic intensive much)
My fps fluctuates between 50-125...but never stead...most of the time below 90....so i need a good stable 125 fps to do the job and as im a teen,my parents wont just buy me a gaming pc..so the only option i have is overclocking..i am not a hardware geek or something so i have no idea on what to do..i downloaded the msi afterburner..and confused about what to do next...and also i dont want that super boost...i guess a bit increase should do the trick...so can anyone help.also note that i JUST DONT WANT MY LAPTOP TO OVERHEAT...afterall..its not pretty new..niether old (iguess)

another problem...in default..the last to sliders are set to max in default...is there something wrong? TIA
05-10-2017 09:55 AM
bustermoon bro give me the link of the GPU tool the techforum is not working plzzz
09-24-2016 08:37 AM
s3000s ok best good
02-07-2016 10:40 AM
dundemado i still have no access to change the config file im an adminisator and i downloaded the program and used it still i have no acces
06-24-2015 07:42 PM
AidanofVT Okay, I've been trying this technique, and I have a few problems. (note: I've been using the utility supplied by my GPU's manufacturer rather than MSI Afterburner; I thought that might be better) I was able to get some fantastically high numbers, but when I try to actually run a game it's totally unstable! The stable point given by GPUtool is so far off that it's not even useful as a starting point.

11-25-2014 04:56 AM
LiquidShot I have a question, i have AMD HD 6670 GDDR5 and GPU Tool cant recongize my hardware, why is this hapening? Also, am trying to find a way how to change Graphics VDDC since MSI Afterburner wont allow me
10-18-2014 09:30 AM
Originally Posted by incog View Post

Wasn't sure whether to ask in this thread or the 7970 thread.

Basically I'm trying to get my card stable at 1170 MHz. I set the core voltage to 1230 mV (I'm ramping it up slowly, I won't go to 1.3V to get my overclock) and I notice that the core voltage (in afterburner) remains at only 1200 mV. In GPU-Z, VDDC remains under 1200 mv under load.

Basically the voltage isn't being fed to the card? I don't understand. I did the EULA thing in the afterburner config file.

This thread is dead and very out of date. Most of the steps have all been incorporated into Afterburner 4.0 so there is no need to do any editing. The Tahiti lineup does not display real voltage only "input" voltage. First step is to "make" display load voltage. You can do that with the steps in this link below. List out your gpu brand/model etc, what bios you are on stock, modded, other etc. Need to know your model first...

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