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Overclocking my gt 635m 2gb ddr3

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January 13, 2013 8:03:40 PM

i want to overclock my gpu its a asus k55vj with nvidia gt 635m 2gb ddr3 i cant find any overclocking programs that works :D  you know any solution

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February 17, 2013 4:05:06 AM

I wouldn't recommend overclocking a Laptop Video Card because of the build up of heat and it will damage the GPU core if you overclock it too much. And if your GPU is soldered onto the motherboard, and it fails, you'll have to replace the entire Motherboard inside.

I have experienced it, and it is a really bad idea unless you are cooling the innards using a hose connected to a cold air-conditioner unit.

But if you are really adventurous about it, you can try RivaTuner.
February 18, 2013 8:37:10 PM

UltimateDeep said:
I wouldn't recommend overclocking a Laptop Video Card because of the build up of heat and it will damage the GPU core if you overclock it too much. And if your GPU is soldered onto the motherboard, and it fails, you'll have to replace the entire Motherboard inside.

I have experienced it, and it is a really bad idea unless you are cooling the innards using a hose connected to a cold air-conditioner unit.

But if you are really adventurous about it, you can try RivaTuner.



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February 9, 2014 2:23:13 PM

Hey, I know it's too late to answer, but it can help any1 who'll find this thread:
It's possible and easy to overclock this GPU... I made it and it works without problem!
Performance came up by 10-15% and temperature by 3 degreeds, so without OC: 88-92*C and with OC: 91-93*C... I am using MSI Afterburner with Core clock +130Mhz and Memory clock +115Mhz (More is possible but not stable!)...
AC IV: Black Flag wasn't possible to work on my laptop, but now: No lags or FPS falls, so works perfectly.. :) 
(P.S: Sorry for my English level :)  )
February 15, 2014 12:50:27 PM

Koby Cze said:
Hey, I know it's too late to answer, but it can help any1 who'll find this thread:
It's possible and easy to overclock this GPU... I made it and it works without problem!
Performance came up by 10-15% and temperature by 3 degreeds, so without OC: 88-92*C and with OC: 91-93*C... I am using MSI Afterburner with Core clock +130Mhz and Memory clock +115Mhz (More is possible but not stable!)...
AC IV: Black Flag wasn't possible to work on my laptop, but now: No lags or FPS falls, so works perfectly.. :) 
(P.S: Sorry for my English level :)  )


Hey, are you sure this will work? ... one time i brought my GT 635m on MSI Afterburner to CORE +115 and MEMORY +112, and my games started acting weird ... I would get nice FPS but after like 10 minutes the games would freeze and id have to close them ... i just wanna make sure it wont f up my laptop ... thanks!
March 21, 2015 7:38:22 PM

Use msi afterburner

im running

+135 core clock mhz
+200 memory mhz

(im trying out +250 memory mhz now)

also, temps stay between 79 and 81 C
July 27, 2015 11:18:07 PM

I'm sorry I kno this is late..7 but I overclocked my nvidia gforce gt635m 2gb dedicated and works fine..
Here is the final result

Coreclock from 660mhz to 795mhz memory clock from 900mhz to 1250mhz and very stable too.
Systemspecs

Lenovo ideapad z580
Intel core i7 3632qm 2.2ghz-3.2ghz
Intel hd 4000
Nvidia gt 635m 128bit 2gb ddr3
16gb 1600mhz ram
1tb hdd
August 4, 2015 5:28:46 PM

Are you sure its working fine? I wanna try that too, but dont wanna fry my gpu...
August 5, 2015 8:09:29 AM

Yes it is working perfect.. I got a new clock instead of overclocking frm 660mhz I overclocked to 797 mhz for core clock and memory clock frm 900mhz to 1300mhz and it is very stable.. Previously I was maxing out battlefield 4 on ultra and 4x msaa and hbao and getn 55fps now I'm getn a solida 60fps.. Temperatures are at a constant 86degrees on full load and hv never gone past that. When I bought a cooler pad they went down slightly to 82 degrees on full load.. But working perfect. So yes don't worry about frying I have tried it and its working perfect on my pc even in demanding games...not a hitch iv experienced so far. Report back the results..
N fyi, ur chip won't just die if u push the clocks too far on a laptop u usually get a bluescreen and you have to perform a hard shutdown (holding the power button till the laptop shuts down) n you are back to normal.
Let me know how it works out for u