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yucelll
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Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?

Hello.

I have lenovo y510p 755m sli.

My proplem is 2. graphic card overheat!

I using this methot;

g21vjR

 

And i repaste 2.GPU termal and clean fan.

But i play WOT my 2.gpu is overheat! !!!!!96 Degree!!!!!

I worry about this. Smiley Sad

 

NlQ2vY

what should I do ?

I saw one more methot!;

but i not try this?

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Re: Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?


@yucelll wrote:

Hello.

I have lenovo y510p 755m sli.

My proplem is 2. graphic card overheat!

I using this methot;

g21vjR

 

And i repaste 2.GPU termal and clean fan.

But i play WOT my 2.gpu is overheat! !!!!!96 Degree!!!!!

I worry about this. Smiley Sad

 

NlQ2vY

what should I do ?

I saw one more methot!;

but i not try this?

CAM00565_500


Hi Yucelll and welcome to the community,

 

96 degrees is actually good for this machine, unfortunately it has always had an issue with running on the hot side.

 

If thermal paste and fans cleaned has been done, then without leaving the bottom casing off and having it sat on a cooling mat there isn't much else you can do.

 

there are loads of cooling fan laptop mounts available on the market and it would be worth trying one of these.

 

Hope this help you and let us know how you get on

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yucelll
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Re: Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?

thank you for answer.

I try last methot but now find metal grind.

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Re: Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?

Ok, let me make this clear 96C is NOT good, You want GPU temps to be lower than 85. So, here is what I had done -

 

1) Unshrouded mod - which you have already done. Good job.

 

2) Get the unlocked BIOS for the Y510p. Now, this will only work if your current BIOS is 3.05, if you installed new BIOS from Lenovo then you need to downgrade first. (I don't remember if I have the 3.05 BIOS backup anymore, but if you need then I can check)

 

For downgrading BIOS, you need to enable 'BIOS back flash' in BIOS Configuration settings.

The unlocked BIOS can be found on TechInferno forums, or I can provide you (Need to check). BUT READ THE INSTRUCTIONS VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING on that website. (I will not be responsible for any issues).

 

Once the unlocked BIOS is installed, you can install utiliy like NVIDIA Inspector to reduce the voltage which will in turn reduce heat to the GPU. I had reduce my voltage by 82.5mV without any performance loss.

 

This reduction helped my temps go from 97 to 80C, even under heavy gaming load.

 

**This is the only option for a sureshot result - undervolting.

 

Good luck.

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yucelll
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Re: Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?

thank you for answering, i uploading unlocked bios now. and i sharing bios images for you.

Because true or false. You will tell.
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Re: Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?

One thing, if you have the unlocked BIOS, then please do not change the thermal settings (or other advanced settings) in the BIOS, otherwise it will brick your laptop.

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yucelll
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Re: Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?

I now uploaded unlocked bios;

is this true ?

 

Nl7aNk

 

and my normal setting GPU(1);

 

nvidia-20170201-215941

GPU(0);

 

nvidia-20170201-220045

 

What exactly do I have to do?

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Re: Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?

Ok, now for both GPU's.

 

1) Reduce Voltage Offset to -87.5 mV

 

2) Click on Apply Clocks &Voltage. The settings should be applied and not go back to default.

 

3) Click on Create Clocks Shortcut and save to desktop for each GPU. This will be the shortcut for your settings.

 

After this, close the Nvidia inspector and open again to check the settings are retained. May take 5-10 seconds for settings to load.

 

Start a game and check your temps and performance.

 

Every time you start your laptop, double click on the settings shortcut to apply the undevolting again.

 

Let me know if any point is not clear.

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Re: Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?

ok, thank you very much.

I trying all.

 

so what is your nvidia setting ?

SLI setting and 3D setting ?

please share image your setting ?

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Re: Lenovo y510p 2.Graphic 755M card is overheating!?

Well, after using my laptop for 3.5 years I recently sold it, so I do not have any screenshots. Here is what I can tell you.

 

NVIDIA SLI setting, just needs to be ON.

PhysX was on Auto.

You can check the ending of this video I created on how to install Ultrabay.

https://youtu.be/T3ntmQ4SpM4

 

3D settings were always default. I never changed those except for particular games which don't support SLI.

 

The Offset voltage was set to -87.5mV for both GPUs

 

** When I get home in about 5 hours, I can check if I have any screenshots in the back up folder from my laptop. Will post if I have any.

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