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765m Overclocking ( want to push past limits )

JohnDongus
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I have a older gaming laptop with a 765m i overclocked it quite a bit on stock voltage with really solid performance increase.

I would like to see if there is any way i get past the stock overclocking limits, temperature wise its really good. max 60c under load.

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3 minutes ago, schwellmo92 said:

You can't over-volt laptop GPUs in general.

Thats great but thats not what i asked.

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21 minutes ago, JohnDongus said:

Thats great but thats not what i asked.

what? You need more power to overclock so unless I'm terribly wrong (I could be), @schwellmo92 did answer your question. I don't think you can go further without giving more power.

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23 minutes ago, JohnDongus said:

Thats great but thats not what i asked.

To push your overclocking further you need to highten the voltage going to the GPU which is not possible in-general, unless you can find a modified BIOS for your laptop that unlocks the voltage control for the GPU.

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3 minutes ago, mxk. said:

what? You need more power to overclock so unless I'm terribly wrong (I could be), @schwellmo92 did answer your question. I don't think you can go further without giving more power.

The issue is not lack of voltage, it is that the card wont allow me to up the clocks anymore, ive had no voltage issues and im not trying to change it.

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1 minute ago, JohnDongus said:

The issue is not lack of voltage, it is that the card wont allow me to up the clocks anymore, ive had no voltage issues and im not trying to change it.

from the picture it looks like the power slider can go up more, but afterburner isn't letting you, right?

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1 minute ago, mxk. said:

from the picture it looks like the power slider can go up more, but afterburner isn't letting you, right?

No the clock speeds cannot move and further which is the issue. i dont have access to the power slider and i dont need or want it. it has nothing to do with my question

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Just now, JohnDongus said:

No the clock speeds cannot move and further which is the issue. i dont have access to the power slider and i dont need or want it. it has nothing to do with my question

It sounds like can't overclock any further. Is there any other programs you might be able to use to do this?

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Just now, mxk. said:

It sounds like can't overclock any further. Is there any other programs you might be able to use to do this?

Yes i want to overclock further then msi afterburner will let me, for amd card the equivalent would be something like trixx sapphire where you can go way over the overclock limits of msi. 

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2 minutes ago, JohnDongus said:

Yes i want to overclock further then msi afterburner will let me, for amd card the equivalent would be something like trixx sapphire where you can go way over the overclock limits of msi. 

Will evga xoc work? 

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3 hours ago, JohnDongus said:

The issue is not lack of voltage, it is that the card wont allow me to up the clocks anymore, ive had no voltage issues and im not trying to change it.

Can you just click where it says +135 and type in what you want? If not there’s is an option somewhere in the settings along the line of “extend official overclocking limits”.

 

You’re extremely unlikely to get it much further without core voltage increase and power limit increase tbh.

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Why you want to overclock that for just 3-5 fps gain.
You should be thank full that in late 2018, that GPU is still alive for you.

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6 hours ago, Waqas409 said:

Why you want to overclock that for just 3-5 fps gain.
You should be thank full that in late 2018, that GPU is still alive for you.

20-30 fps gain

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