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cresterk

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  1. These cards have a +135mhz core clock limit which can only be overcome through flashing the vbios. Take a look at this http://forum.techinferno.com/nvidia-video-cards/2166-%5Bguide%5D-nvidia-vbios-flashing.html
  2. The graphics card, processsors, ssds and hdds vary. Other than that, no.
  3. Considering that I was running a benchmark for over an hour, it's not so bad.
  4. I tried the program. I told me it was enabled successfully but when I rebooted, there were no extra options and running the program again told me that the settings were disabled. Another guy had the same problems over there but unfortunately Dufus pm'ed him the fix instead of posting in the thread. I tried it on an msi gt70 with a 675mx.
  5. I have a gt70 with an i7-3630qm and a gtx 675mx. It stays at about 82C at default clocks with turbo fan off. Overclocking with +130 core, +670 mem takes the temp up to 90s, so I keep turbo fan on and it stays at 74-77C.
  6. I have a GT70 0ND with a gtx675mx. According to gpu-z my vddc drops from 1.025V to 1.000V after about 2 minutes of gaming. If turbo is activated, it drops from 1.0370V to 1.0120V. Same thing when happens on default or overclocked. Temps are low enough ( below 65C ). Is this normal? Or is something really wrong with my laptop? http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/13/10/03/263.png http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/13/10/03/dt4.png here are a two screenshots before and afterward.
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