8700K temps in Clevo P7xTM1's

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  1. DrawingDrag0ns

    DrawingDrag0ns Newbie

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    I've got the Sager NP9175 (CLEVO P775TM-G) with a 8700 (not K) with a GTX 1080.
    I generally hover around 46C (CPU) at idle, oddly enough when gaming it really hasn't gone any higher than 60C.
    GPU is another story. I've seen to reach 75C, but that's for another topic.

    I've been using ThrottleStop to undervolt my CPU. A stable undervolt for me was -75.2mV. I've had zero issues with my system so far. Originally I was planning to take it apart and apply new thermal paste to it, even though I had ordered IC Diamond Thermal paste from Sager. But seeing these temps, I think I'll leave it alone for now.

    Perhaps my temps are better simply because it's a 8700. But in any case I thought I would share my experience with my new system.
     
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    The 8700 certainly does run a bit cooler than its unlocked counterpart. Nice temps, @DrawingDrag0ns
     
  3. Stress Tech

    Stress Tech Notebook Evangelist

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    That's awesome! thank you for sharing your experience. What is your "power options" set on, to achieve these temps you have stated please?
    For example: Quiet, power saving, performance, entertainment, or other power options through Windows itself.
     
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    Here's my new p751TM-1 with 8700k. How do you see this temps (considering its delidded, lapped and undervolted)?
    With XTU like in the first post its around 72-76º
     

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  5. Meaker@Sager

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    Seems fine to me, I assume your performance in regular tasks is good?
     
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    Yes, that was before any real test.
    Played over 4h The Withcer 3 nearly all ultra (lowered a bit the grass) to get 70-80 fps and never lower than 60 fps and the temps in both CPU and GPU were never gigher than 70-75º. Very happy with those!
     
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    What are your settings in thorttlestop? My chip seems to be pretty good with an undervolt, but I keep running into a VR Current throttle and cant seem to figure out how to fix it in TS. Could you post all your settings? Thanks.
     
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    So, I just ran Assassin's Creed: Origins. Is it normal for the CPU Package to be maxed at 96°C during the menu? Cores were at 91°C while the GPU was at 86°C as well. This is with a delidded CPU with LM.
     
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  9. tanzmeister

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    they actually made it better, 2 things:

    1st. they have separated GPU and CPU cooling

    2nd. If you look at the p775dm3 heatsink closely, you will find that the central(most important) pipe that connects gpu and cpu HS only goes halfway to the grills, meaning the heat is just bouncing between CPU and GPU. it's really great to see they have fixed this issue.
    maybe they have introduced this imperfection in dm3 to have it fixed later? "look, we can do better" lol
     
  10. tanzmeister

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    does it still have problems with the gap between die and HS on GPU? that could be the problem. btw, you can seriously DW the 1080 to reduce the temps.
     
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