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Clevo P751TM-G GTX 1080 limited to 120W


Csupati

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Hi Guys!

I cant hold my self any longer and got a Clevo again .

Its has a 8700k and a GTX 1080 with G-sync 144Hz display.

The fun part begins

The 1080 was repaired , 3 cards merged togerther cuz one has a cracked gpu chip, the 2.nd was doing space invaders , and a 3rd one has the pcb chipped in one corner but it worked. 

Long story short, we decided to limit the 1080 , with Nvidia Inspector the -200mhz was not enough its still run on 200W , got flashed a 180W factory bios with G-sync , still aroung the 80-85 C-s , so i was digging some forums and found the Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker, we gave it a shot ,and voila 120W limit(go instantly with the 120w limit for a test at the beginning ,but we put the pc together like we aint gonna disassembly it again) , G-sync and everything else works fine and it realy limited to 120-130ish watts.

We done a Superposition for fun ,and we were suprised by the result , then we runned a test on an Alienware M17 R2 with 2080max-q , and a desktop pc with 3060 12gb in it. The 2080max-q got 139xx ish points, the desktop 3060 12GB got 142xx ish points. We where shocked how well it still performs, neither to say its maintained the boost clocks all the time .

 

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Clevo P751TM1-G 8700K/16GB/GTX 1080@120W/1.5TB/FHD 144 G-Sync/ Asus PG279Q

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I remember when I had the P750DM2 and installed a GTX1080 in it and had to limit the card to 140W. Got temps around 80C and a preety decent clock on it.

Desktop - MSI B650 Tomahawk Wifi | AMD 7800X3D | 32 GB Trident Z5 Neo RGB 6000Mhz | MSI RTX 4070TI Suprim X  | Alienware 27 AW2724DM 2K 165 Hz Gsync | Samsung 990 Pro Nvme - Boot | Other various storage | Windows 10 Pro x64

SOLD - Clevo P870DM-G | i9-9700K 4.5 Ghz on all cores (-50 mv undervolted) | 32GB Hyper X Black 2666MHz | Clevo RTX 2080 3.1b undervolted for better temp 1905Mhz @881 mv | AUO B173HAN03.1 144hz Gsync | Samsung 980 NVME | Dsanke TM BIOS - Chujoi13 adapted based on needs | Network Card: Intel AX210-AX | Windows 10 Pro x64

 

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@Csupati what chassis do you have the 1080 in? I am surprised you had to go all the way down to 120w to manage temps - good that the performance is still so relevant though! - With my P750DM2 I was able to keep temps in check with a 180w bios, but that may have been a fluke . . . since now I that I think about it I have trouble with only 150w in the 2080 that is currently int he P750DM2. Congrats though! Welcome back to Clevo land!

  • Previous lives: D900F / P150HM / P150EM / P870DM2 / X170KM
  • Testing/Backup Rig - P750DM2 - **in process** - *Build Thread*
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  • Self Daily - P750DM2 (2016) - Dsanke BIOS / 8700k (2017) / 2080 RTX (2019) / 64GB DDR4 3200Mhz CL16 Ballistix / ETC
  • Determined to keep the socketed 15.6" laptops alive as long as possible!!
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4 hours ago, anassa said:

@Csupati what chassis do you have the 1080 in? I am surprised you had to go all the way down to 120w to manage temps - good that the performance is still so relevant though! - With my P750DM2 I was able to keep temps in check with a 180w bios, but that may have been a fluke . . . since now I that I think about it I have trouble with only 150w in the 2080 that is currently int he P750DM2. Congrats though! Welcome back to Clevo land!

Ty! P751TM-G  I used Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker to do it , just replace the 180000 with 120000 in 2 places and its done, we flashed with an external eeprom burner.

We done it because its a repaired card and wanted to give the maximum life that it has, im planning to go with a 2080Super same power level,if everything goes as planned.

Clevo P751TM1-G 8700K/16GB/GTX 1080@120W/1.5TB/FHD 144 G-Sync/ Asus PG279Q

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