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  1. penny675

    penny675 Notebook Enthusiast

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    The best I can do with CPU undervolting is 99.6mV on Core and -50.8mV on cache, any more on Core and it crashes on stress tests, any more on cache and I get a BSOD
     
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    Solnev Notebook Enthusiast

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    try -49.8 cache and -125.0 core

    I think going higher than 50 in the cache is what causes the BSOD
     
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    This must just be an oversight in the listing? I'm pretty sure there's only 1 model..
     
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  4. Jena_Plissken

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    If you can, try -125mV for both also.
    It may seem strange to do so but, apparently, sometimes what causes the bsod could be also the mismatch between Core and Cache offset: it is not a "must" of course (depending on the machine) but usually it should be the same for both.
     
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  5. penny675

    penny675 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thank you I will give it a go
     
  6. penny675

    penny675 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I will try this evening, I think I may have already but I will let you know how it goes
     
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    Jena_Plissken Notebook Consultant

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    By the way, can I ask you which temps are you getting while gaming on both cpu and gpu, with the current undervolt setting?
     
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    It worked! Running -125mV Core and -49.8mV cache now
     
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    penny675 Notebook Enthusiast

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    In Far Cry 5, about 75C GPU and 80-85C CPU, my system is stock besides the undervolt on CPU. Occasionally CPU spikes to 89C. Room temp is about 22-25C. Also that is running on balanced fan profile
     
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    Jena_Plissken Notebook Consultant

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    After how much time did it reach that temps? Also, was it running with framerate uncapped?

    Btw, wow... that temp on gpu, in a so thin chassis, is awesome. The 1070 in my Clevo (as you I am on stock paste... no undervolting on cpu though) easily reaches 80-82° (85-88° on summer), and chassis is ~2.5 cm thicker!
     
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