Overclocking with EVGA Precision X - Voltage button broken

Hey everybody,

I've got a GTX 675MX in my laptop and I was hoping to take advantage of its OC capabilities and K-Boost feature from EVGA's Precision X software. Downloaded it last night (latest 4.2.1 version), installed it, ran it, and the voltage button (where k-boost is located) doesn't do anything. Every time I click the 'voltage' button on the left, I get the little blue "thinking" mouse curser for a short second and nothing happens. The voltage window doesn't pop up!

I've tried uninstalling and re-installing with no luck. Rebooted the PC multiple times, no luck.

Any suggestions/solutions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Under 64bit Windows 7, if that helps at all. Also, current GPU driver is at 337.50 beta drivers.
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  1. I can't imagine why you are trying to overclock anything on a laptop which lacks the proper cooling capabilities to do so. The voltage is likely locked.
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