Jump to content
EwinRacing Flash Series Gaming Chairs

Stuntman

Registered User (Pre-Promotion)
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

10 Semi Elite

About Stuntman

  • Rank
    Junior Member
  • Birthday 05/06/1991
  1. Hi everyone! I have acer v3 772g GTX 850m windows 8.1 and I wish i could overcome 135Mhz barrier on GPU overclock. I will be very grateful to the one who can provide me with unlocked bios for my laptop. The GpuZ screen is attached to this message
  2. You right. When i remove the battery GPU clocks are stable, but not CPU. When the battery is plugged in the frequency of GPU is 1320Mhz and CPU is about 3093-3192Mhz When the battery is unplugged GPU is stable at 1320Mhz but CPU is down to 2300Mhz I tried to use Throttlestop 6.0 and i made CPU work at 3093 with unplugged battery, but GPU starts to throttle down to 405Mhz(1.150v and 1.175v) and down to 1200Mhz(1.20v and 1.2125v). So problem is still uo to date.
  3. Hi. I got a problem with throttling of my 660m (1340|3000) at 45% of battery and lower. I use standard battery and 180W asus ac adapter. I tried to solve this problem by using of all the bios from this topic but each of them has its own specific problem: 1) 1.2125 (no throttling) - work unstable, frequency jumps from 1340 to default 1200. Temps are about 85-88 battery discharge is very fast. After reaching 45% of battery GPU clock freezes at 1200 MHz and battery stops discharging 2) 1.2000 (no throttling)- same as 1.2125 3) 1.1750 - work much more stable? Rear jumps of frequency from 1340 to default. Temps are about 83-85. Battery discharge is still fast. After reaching 45% of battery GPU throttles down to 405MHz and freezes, battery stops discharging and laptop continue to work in this mode until I charge battery more than 45%. 4) 1.1500 – works perfect. Np frequency jumps – stable 1340 at all times. Battery discharge is still fast. After reaching 45% of battery GPU throttles down to 405MHz and freezes, battery stops discharging and laptop continue to work in this mode until I charge battery more than 45%. 5) 1.1250 and lower – same as 1.1500 but with a lower GPU frequency So could you please make a 1.150 and 1.175 v no throttling bios for svl7's with a GPU default clock at 1300MHz so it could work stable at this frequency after my battery reaches 45%
  4. Hi. I got a problem with throttling of my 660m (1340|3000) at 45% of battery and lower. I use standard battery and 180W asus ac adapter. I tried to solve this problem by using of all the bios from this topic but each of them has its own specific problem: 1) 1.2125 (no throttling) - work unstable, frequency jumps from 1340 to default 1200. Temps are about 85-88 battery discharge is very fast. After reaching 45% of battery GPU clock freezes at 1200 MHz and battery stops discharging 2) 1.2000 (no throttling)- same as 1.2125 3) 1.1750 - work much more stable? Rear jumps of frequency from 1340 to default. Temps are about 83-85. Battery discharge is still fast. After reaching 45% of battery GPU throttles down to 405MHz and freezes, battery stops discharging and laptop continue to work in this mode until I charge battery more than 45%. 4) 1.1500 – works perfect. Np frequency jumps – stable 1340 at all times. Battery discharge is still fast. After reaching 45% of battery GPU throttles down to 405MHz and freezes, battery stops discharging and laptop continue to work in this mode until I charge battery more than 45%. 5) 1.1250 and lower – same as 1.1500 but with a lower GPU frequency So could you please make a 1.15 v no throttling bios for svl7's with a GPU default clock at 1300MHz so it could work stable at this frequency after my battery reaches 45%
  5. Hi everyone, I have encountered an odd power problem on my Lenovo Y580, running Windows 7 Ultimate, and need your help. I have tried to do battery gauge reset, it was done last night, with the laptop plugged in the entire time. Once the battery was powered down, though, the machine stayed off. I could not power back on the Y580 afterwards. When I removed the battery and tried to turn on the computer using the AC power supply only, it also would not turn on. Eventually I was able to power up the computer by disconnecting the AC power from the computer, disconnecting the AC power from the wall, removing the battery, letting the computer rest for a minute, then plugging in the AC power, but leaving the battery out and pressing the on button. If I then power down the computer, and attempt to replace the battery, the computer will not turn on and I have to repeat the process mentioned above. If the computer is running on AC power and I plug in the battery, it will charge. However, if I disconnect the AC power during charging and reconnect it, the battery will no longer charge, and the computer will shut down after the battery runs out, even though the AC power is connected the entire time. The computer cannot be powered on again then until I repeat the above procedure. What is the problem and how do I fix it? I have never had so much trouble with a laptop, its battery, and its power supply as with the Y580. I have tried the trick with pushing power button for 30 seconds, it doesnt help me. I heard that this problem is somehow connected with a motherboard. If so, do yo know how much will it cost to repair it?
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.