Here you go.
You can use Asus gpu tweak 2 to reduce the temperature limit.
No. It will just behave like any other 90w 2080 Max-q vbios on MSI laptops.
Correction: 2070 Max-q
Thanks for sharing your results.
Can you clarify what you mean by max load? Did you mean when gaming or when running stress tests?
Oh then that's fine. Not sure how cool the GX701 should run normally but 74 degrees is a normal temp at max fans.
Can you set a custom fan curve?
Not sure about the 2060 but the GX701 has a 100w tdp 2080 Max-q
Ah, I see, what temps do you get when you set the fans to maximum then?
The 2060 should be an 80w part, the 2070 a 115w part and the 2080 Max-q a...
82 seems pretty toasty for a 2060. Are the fans at maximum or auto?
As long as you don't go higher than 1.35v you should be safe, ddr4 only starts to get damaged at 1.5v. I'm just recommending 1.35v because it also...
Good to hear that you're finally getting the performance you wanted.
And yea, it does seem like 2666mhz cl19 ram is a significant bottleneck for...
Adding copper shims does nothing and you won't even have the clearance for it. It is no substitute for liquid metal.
Pretty much. Only the ssds can be directly accessed.
If you want to repaste or change ram you'll need to take out the motherboard. It's more...
Gotta be fast for black friday :D
Yes, they'll work fine.
Huh, first time I've seen that happen. So you're saying that undervolting will resolve it?
And does raising icc max in xtu do anything?
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