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    G752VY Overclock (how to?)

    So I have the G752VY, 32gb version, does anyone know how to overclock it, thanks.

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    As far as I know all but the 6820HK cpus are locked. Some have had results with that CPU using Intel XTU.

    As for the GPU there are multiple tools, methods, modded VBIOS etc.
    Hit up @DREAMONIC for the GPU, he puts in a lot of work in that arena.

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    yeah, intel XTU for the CPU, you can get like 5% boost and a little undervolt
    and MSI Afterburner is good for the GPU
    you can find tutorials online, but try not to fry your chips, small steps is the way to go
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    undervolting is worth it because it gives you more room on the GPU, or just run with lower temps. Some Bios revisions will give you access to the multiplier to change it, but it will fail to apply the changes in Intel XTU. That was a nice tease some of us found when we updated our BIOS. Gave us the option to adjust it, but it failed to apply on a reboot. Haha.

    It was a let down for me as previous HQ processors you could get a couple 100Mhz in clocks from a multiplier change. Sadly it looks like (Non-K) Skylake based CPU's do not work the same way. So ours is stuck at stock other then voltage adjustments.
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