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  1. cf33ee05

    cf33ee05 Newbie

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    Has anyone noticed current/EDP limit throttling (due to iccmax) on this laptop with stock settings (no undervolting, etc)?

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    Cosmic_Shel Newbie

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    This is actually the Zephyrus M, not the S version of the laptop. Hopefully you can change the Title, and then receive some feedback to your question. I'm interested in the M version, so I hope you get some answers to your questions soon.
     
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    cf33ee05 Newbie

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    Sorry, I don't have the ability to change the topic Title.
    As far as this problem goes, I was only able to avoid it by reducing the core frequency down to about 3.0-3.2Ghz.
     
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    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    @cf33ee05 which model do you have? The one with the 1660ti?
     
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    As the picture illustrates, this was happening on the 1660ti version. I've also seen the same Current/EDP Limit Throttling on the Zephyrus GX502GV model; both completely brand new and unmodified.
     
  6. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    Yeah cpu power limit throttling happens across all laptops. Some are limited to 45w, some are limited to 65w

    You can increase it in xtu. Just drag the power limit short and power limit to 100w.

    Btw, can you save a copy of the 1660ti vbios? Just click the button beside the vbios version in gpu z
     
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    Actually there was no Power Limit thorttling (it would show up as a purple line in the picture). The only throttling that I saw was Current EDP/Limit (yellow line).

    Sorry, I don't have it anymore.
     
  8. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    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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