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    Have you checked the Vsync settings in Nvidia Control Panel?
    Also, is this the same with all games?
    Some console ports limits the fps to 30fps. *

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    Quote Originally Posted by peggy View Post
    Have you checked the Vsync settings in Nvidia Control Panel?
    Also, is this the same with all games?
    Some console ports limits the fps to 30fps. *
    Same with Doom, Diablo 3 and 3D Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurlaMatto View Post
    Hello,
    why did you link the desktop version? You'are not using the notebook ones?
    Did you remove any previous installed driver and helper via panel control before installing the nvidia reference drivers?

    Regards
    I did not see a difference in the designation. My hardware was in the compatibility list. There is no GTX 1070M just a GTX 1070.

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    Quote Originally Posted by link626 View Post
    all THIN pascal notebooks lately seem to have "overheating" issues.

    I say "overheating" because while high, the temps are under maximum.

    The only laptops that don't have an issue are thick chunky laptops that have unobstructed ventilation.

    The GL502 series screen lid blocks the exhaust vents when the lid is open.

    Try this... close the lid about 80% so the exhaust vents are not blocked. Use an external monitor to game. Do the temps decrease or remain stable?


    Gaming on battery power will always cut your framerate. That's normal with most laptops
    Try to prop the back of the laptop (the side with the dual exhaust). I propped mine with an external hard disk, the temperature now is much better. Seeing around 9% drop in temp. I think cooling pads will perform much much better in reducing the temps though

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