Overclocking issue
Hello people.

I have NVIDIA Geforce GT 525m
Running with windows 7 gome premium 64x

The problem is when i try to overclock by Performance utility , it goes fine.
But whilst playing the game, a moment, the screen freezes/goes black then it restores the default settings (factory shipped frequencies)

So how can i avoid/resolve this problem?
How can i make my profile settings static?
Please respond asap : )
Hello people.



I have NVIDIA Geforce GT 525m

Running with windows 7 gome premium 64x



The problem is when i try to overclock by Performance utility , it goes fine.

But whilst playing the game, a moment, the screen freezes/goes black then it restores the default settings (factory shipped frequencies)



So how can i avoid/resolve this problem?

How can i make my profile settings static?

Please respond asap : )

#1
Posted 01/15/2012 06:47 AM   
Hello people.

I have NVIDIA Geforce GT 525m
Running with windows 7 gome premium 64x

The problem is when i try to overclock by Performance utility , it goes fine.
But whilst playing the game, a moment, the screen freezes/goes black then it restores the default settings (factory shipped frequencies)

So how can i avoid/resolve this problem?
How can i make my profile settings static?
Please respond asap : )
Hello people.



I have NVIDIA Geforce GT 525m

Running with windows 7 gome premium 64x



The problem is when i try to overclock by Performance utility , it goes fine.

But whilst playing the game, a moment, the screen freezes/goes black then it restores the default settings (factory shipped frequencies)



So how can i avoid/resolve this problem?

How can i make my profile settings static?

Please respond asap : )

#2
Posted 01/15/2012 06:47 AM   
That's happening because you are running into instability, causing the display driver / graphics chip to crash. You are overclocking too high.

Note that you will be EXTREMELY limited in how much you can OC on a laptop.
That's happening because you are running into instability, causing the display driver / graphics chip to crash. You are overclocking too high.



Note that you will be EXTREMELY limited in how much you can OC on a laptop.
That's happening because you are running into instability, causing the display driver / graphics chip to crash. You are overclocking too high.

Note that you will be EXTREMELY limited in how much you can OC on a laptop.
That's happening because you are running into instability, causing the display driver / graphics chip to crash. You are overclocking too high.



Note that you will be EXTREMELY limited in how much you can OC on a laptop.
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