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The New 3DMark - Post Your ROG Notebook Scores Here!

srmojuze
Level 10
Asus ROG G55 Nvidia 660M core 1,200mhz mem 3000mhz (as far as I can push it I reckon)

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Here are my results with no overclocking at all.
>>LINK<<

mrwolf
Level 10
ohh yea **** i didnt see that lol..

Ok so what you wanna do is either get Nvidia Inspector or MSI-Afterburner (i personally use MSIafterburner) and get the GPU drivers which im sure u have already since u are the "driver specialist" :p..

Now when u install MSI afterburner or Nvidia inspector go and enable the on screen display and set it to display everything.. The main thing u need is ur temprature reading so that you dont fry ur gpu...

Then get Uniengine Heaven benchmark. Because every card is different, what you wanna do is identify the maximum limits you can push it without causing excess heat. Long periods of excess heat will wear down the gpu and possibly crack your thermal paste.. Ideally you do not want it going over 80 but want to maintain stable at 75degrees max or less if possible depending on ur ambient room temp..

On MSI afterburner there is two settings you can change, Core clock and memory clock.
Set your core clock to 720mhz and memory clock to 1650. Run Heaven benchmark and see how it performs, you wanna look out for visual anomalies or artifacts.. (if u experience artefacts then u need to clock down a bit but it should be fine as i clock mine to 750 all the time)
Once you run it and see there is no problems then scale your core clock to 740mhz and try again.
Repeat the process and if it all seems fine try 750. (memory clock should stay at 1650)

If you can run it fine at 750/1650 then set some profiles. Keep one for casual gaming at 720-740/1650 and one hardcore clock 750/1650..
Make sure you click reset and reset your clocks when you are not gaming or benchmarking as there is no need to be overclocked when not making use of it..

Also i suggest in ur nvidia control panel, turn power management mode to adaptive so it can scale up and down as needed and also make sure to monitor temps in game ! :cool:


mrwolf wrote:
ohh yea **** i didnt see that lol..

Ok so what you wanna do is either get Nvidia Inspector or MSI-Afterburner (i personally use MSIafterburner) and get the GPU drivers which im sure u have already since u are the "driver specialist" :p..

Now when u install MSI afterburner or Nvidia inspector go and enable the on screen display and set it to display everything.. The main thing u need is ur temprature reading so that you dont fry ur gpu...

Then get Uniengine Heaven benchmark. Because every card is different, what you wanna do is identify the maximum limits you can push it without causing excess heat. Long periods of excess heat will wear down the gpu and possibly crack your thermal paste.. Ideally you do not want it going over 80 but want to maintain stable at 75degrees max or less if possible depending on ur ambient room temp..

On MSI afterburner there is two settings you can change, Core clock and memory clock.
Set your core clock to 720mhz and memory clock to 1650. Run Heaven benchmark and see how it performs, you wanna look out for visual anomalies or artifacts.. (if u experience artefacts then u need to clock down a bit but it should be fine as i clock mine to 750 all the time)
Once you run it and see there is no problems then scale your core clock to 740mhz and try again.
Repeat the process and if it all seems fine try 750. (memory clock should stay at 1650)

If you can run it fine at 750/1650 then set some profiles. Keep one for casual gaming at 720-740/1650 and one hardcore clock 750/1650..
Make sure you click reset and reset your clocks when you are not gaming or benchmarking as there is no need to be overclocked when not making use of it..

Also i suggest in ur nvidia control panel, turn power management mode to adaptive so it can scale up and down as needed and also make sure to monitor temps in game ! :cool:


Thanks for the comprehensive overclocking guide bro

Why do you only put your mem clock up to 1650 i go up to 2000 and get a good load of extra fps for it with no anomilies???

xperiaplayerpro wrote:
Why do you only put your mem clock up to 1650 i go up to 2000 and get a good load of extra fps for it with no anomilies???


U using gtx 670m???

veilside wrote:
U using gtx 670m???

yeah im using the 670m

Hello Everyone,

Moderate clock I recon the memory clock will max out around 2500-2600mhz the core clock can be pushed to 750 max without voltage mod.

Used Nvidia Inspector, even though you see EVGA on my desktop. Pretty cool temps overall, fans didn't even crank up I figure that has something to do with 206 bios
G75vx
670mx 731mhz core clock, 2488mhz memory clock
1902319024

IIRC
900fps on icestorm
20-100 fps on explosion physx test ( less after explosion)
90fps on cloud gate
130fps on bubble physx test
20-60 fps on fire
30fps on the jellyfish physx test
and the last combined test was like 10fps I think they might increase by a few FPS if i switch to cpu physx depending on how intensive they are and how their written.


First post good?
I use to say ASUS like AZEUS because I thought their products were the Gods of electronics...

ey guys, these are the results on my VX, GTX670MX :

Stock GPU Clock/Mem ;max temp@68C
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/460251

OC using MSI afterburner +135/+1000 ; max temp @72C
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/463340

I used the 314.22 Driver while benchmarking

Hey guys can we use OC config on GPU while playing games e.g. BF3 or TombRaider for extended period of time???say 5~8 hrs???

Updated driver to 314.22 , lowered clocks to 736 core, 2400 memory
19040

gpu temp hit 66c
I use to say ASUS like AZEUS because I thought their products were the Gods of electronics...

I tried playing Tomb Raider on OC @+135/1000 using MSI Aftrburner, it has max temp @68C hitting up to 36- 45 FPS on ULTRA settings. while on stock GPU Clock/Mem it only avg on 28 FPS.

on 3D Mark i got these scores while on OC +135/1000 @max temp of 72
19041

how long can you run on OC config without endangering your system? most importantly your GPU?