You could always try to OC using eVGA's precision which I attached (only worked for me when the laptop was plugged in). I was able to use it to OC my 8600M in my Dell. Just be careful, OCing a laptop component can cause serious heat issues.
Originally Posted by explorer364
ericeod - appreciate the guidance however I already used that tool last night and then also used GPU-z to watch the cycles and noted that eVGA was not able to OC the cards. Any further guidance would be greatly appreciated.