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Well if your core goes up to 862 then everything's fine. :)

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What about the GPU Memory Clock? The NVIDIA website states it's 2000 MHz, but the max I got was 1002.4 MHz. Perhaps the stress test didn't stress it enough or something?

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DDR... Double Data Rate.... 2000 or 1000 doesn't matter, it's just a way of looking at it. Some people would say it's 4000MHz cause of the way GDDR5 works, but that's just non-sense if you ask me, your ram is at 1000MHz and that's all fine. If you want to call it 2000, fair enough, that's up to you. Point is it's running as it should.

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DDR... Double Data Rate.... 2000 or 1000 doesn't matter, it's just a way of looking at it. Some people would say it's 4000MHz cause of the way GDDR5 works, but that's just non-sense if you ask me, your ram is at 1000MHz and that's all fine. If you want to call it 2000, fair enough, that's up to you. Point is it's running as it should.

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Well, just try a different tool, e.g. Nvidia Inspector. It will report the DDR speed, meaning 2*1000MHz = 2000Mhz...

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Do you ever have difficulty using NVIDIA GeForce Experience after installing a new GPU? I had it before the new GPU, but attempted to delete it by removing all of the files from the GeForce Experience files from the program files folder (thinking it would somehow help with the installation) and now all that is left is the GeForce Experience program on the Programs and Features. However, when I attempt to uninstall that, literally nothing happens. I get the "loading" cursor for half a second, then nothing. When I attempt to reinstall GeForce Experience, I get this error:

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Perhaps I need a modded file for that too haha

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Forget about that Nvidia experience, it won't work as long as the hardware IDs of your system and card are missing.

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[Qsvl7;55562]675mx is GK104, 770m is GK106. Won't work. Besi'm ns why would you even want to do this? The 675mx is the better performer.

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Well, I'd go for the 675mx, I don't see any possible issue. The 680m is working fine, and so is the 780m at stock.

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I can pull 175W from the wall on my 150W PSU when running benchmarks or gaming so the mo/bo is certainly able to handle more.

Possibly more still if using a 240W PSU. You might have heat issues running a 100W card overclocked though.

EDIT: Removed incorrect information....

Other than that I saw rifi-fifi get some impressive benchmarks using 675MX in M15x.

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A Clevo card will not have auto fan control even if you flash to a Dell vBIOS.

That's simply wrong.

Please don't post random assumptions of yours that you assume to be true for no reason. Fan control will work perfectly fine when using the 670mx.

Same goes for the 680m, 780m, 660m etc.

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That's simply wrong.

Please don't post random assumptions of yours that you assume to be true for no reason. Fan control will work perfectly fine when using the 670mx.

Same goes for the 680m, 780m, 660m etc.

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AMD is a different story.

It's pretty simple, don't post stuff you're not sure about because people will take your word for it, and that's true in general for posting online. Example: Why do think so many people still avoid AS5 as thermal paste? Just because some random users claimed it to be conductive, which is utter nonsense, yet that story is still being taken as true by many users.

I mean even you just said " I'd read that for another card"... lets stick to posting what we now to be actually true or else at least add that it might not be the whole truth.

People who have no idea about the subject will read posts with half-truths or even complete non-sense and take it to be true, which can cause serious issues.

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Ok great, so educate me/us, Clevo Nvidia cards can be flashed to a Dell vBIOS and have full support for fan control and displayport?

Any reason to choose Dell cards over Clevo cards for Nvidia then?

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That totally depends on the card and the vbios. Also can't always flash a Clevo vbios to a Dell card or vice versa.

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AMD is a different story.

It's pretty simple, don't post stuff you're not sure about because people will take your word for it, and that's true in general for posting online. Example: Why do think so many people still avoid AS5 as thermal paste? Just because some random users claimed it to be conductive, which is utter nonsense, yet that story is still being taken as true by many users.

I mean even you just said " I'd read that for another card"... lets stick to posting what we now to be actually true or else at least add that it might not be the whole truth.

People who have no idea about the subject will read posts with half-truths or even complete non-sense and take it to be true, which can cause serious issues.

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By the way, and going back to the topic, (just out of curiosity):

Which version (dell & clevo) of 680m has given the best results on m15x?.

I know the clevo one has 4 gb ram and i suppose the reason that ram is useful (textures & res), rather i'm referring about pure performance in games ( oc limits, heat, benchmarks ...) always speaking of our dear m15x :)

I seem to remember that Dell's 680 reachs higher benchs in some alienwares, but i probably may be wrong

PS: (Very happy to know Artic silver 5 is a good thermal paste. I have just bought one last week thinking in my future gpu upgrade lol)

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Hi guys, I just installed the Nvidia display driver 320.49 with the modified INF file. However, after rebooting, it doesn't seem to work properly. In device manager, it says "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. Any ideas guys?

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Hi guys, I just installed the Nvidia display driver 320.49 with the modified INF file. However, after rebooting, it doesn't seem to work properly. In device manager, it says "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. Any ideas guys?
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Oh, yeah, I forgot about that.

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I logged a stress test I completed, and attached it below. Maybe it can help more because it's more in depth.

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It would appear the GPU Clock is maxing out at 862.3 MHz, and the GPU Memory Clock is maxing out at 1002.4 MHz.

Here's the specifications on NVIDIA's website:

GeForce GTX 770M | Specifications | GeForce

Thanks again for everything!

Im unable to download the BIOS you upload, I need it, because my Alienware m15x does not want to install Windows, it just goes white screen and restart, i can enter BIOS, and the installer, but the first boot, it just don't work... can you help me to download it?

Thanks in Advance!

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Thanks for this svl7 - really appreciate it - quick question though - does this work if I replace it with the latest driver version from Nvidia or does it only work with 320.40 WHQL?

Again - thank for being such an awesome resource on these boards!

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Hi everyone,

I have a HP Z1 with a GTX 770M

Overclocked it with msi afterburner +135 core / memory +500

Can the core of the GTX770M be unlocked

Thanks, Greetz

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