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MSI afterburner Limit Removal HELP

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by hoax32, Apr 30, 2013.

  1. hoax32

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    Sup TPU crew.
    I have been using MSI afterburner lately for my Mobility Radeon HD 3650.
    I already got a nice OC thanks to the "UNOFFICIAL OC" mode.
    Is there another way to increase the max OC even further?

    My laptop has proper copper cooling wit temps maxing at 80*C.
    I am also using a OEM 135W AC adapter vs 60W (original AC adapter).

    Cooling isn't a problem - just wanna push it till I get artifacts. :toast:
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    AMD Clock Tool might let you overclock higher. That's what I used to use when I did on my Dell Studio 1735 with a Mobility 3650.

    You can get the latest version (which is still old, but so is the 3650,) here.
    hoax32 says thanks.
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    Thanks for the reply mate.
    I already tried every other software and the only one that worked for my was MSI afterburner.

    Lenovo has a dumb limitation in the main bios (which has the video bios integrated) that prevents any type of OCing.
    Had to find a bugged older graphics driver from Lenovo to get Afterburner to work.

    I have to figure out a way to lift the OC limits even further.
    Editing the CFG directly with custom clocks doesn't work either - it just resets

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