AW 17 R3 memory undervolt

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  1. Vasudev

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    Do you a picture of your laptop after using rubber feet? Try taking a picture where I can see the angle of elevation for efficient airflow.
     
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    Gonna do that when i get home

    Note: when i said 95c i was referring to the rated maximum operating temperature on Micron's spec sheet, not the actual temperature it reaches in my laptop
     
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    Before and after rubber feet
     

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    And these are my cold boot ePSA thorough memory test results:

    Cpu (max): 74c
    Gpu (max): 46c
    Mem(max):55c
    PCH (max):64c

    Gonna do another one after a gaming session tonight
     
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    Uodated previous post
     
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    These are the temps using the same test after a couple of hours of heavy gaming load:

    Cpu (max): 80c
    Gpu (max): 53c
    Mem(max):64c
    PCH (max):71c
     
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    No need to do anything about those temps. They are well within spec and pretty good for this system.
     
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    my conclusion as well, once Vasudev said that i could monitor Memory temps from ePSA (and i did), my mind is at ease.

    thanks for the response rinneh.

    and special thanks to Vasudev for helping me out for the past 3 pages :p
     
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