Clevo p870 km1-g cpu throtting in game

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  1. Statik60

    Statik60 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi

    I got a clevo p870km1-g with bios flash and ec for cpu 9xxx, in this laptop i got i5 9600kf, in stress test with gpu stress all was fine cpu keep 4.7ghz all core but when gaming the cpu changed this frequency even when it is little solicit I have no power limitation that is present on xtu or throttle stop, I looked at all the settings of the bios I see nothing wrong, I tried to undervolt the cpu it does not change anything, bios stock settings do not change kidney to the problem either, the benchmarks on 3dmark are very good for the coupled cpu / gpu compared to the others so I do not see what to do with other appart you requested to help me solve the problem. Sorry for m'y bad english guys and thanks for all who can help me.
     
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    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Throttlestop has the Limit reasons window you can watch to see why there's throttling. Is anything lighting up red on that window when running a game?
     
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    A graph of the behaviour would also help.
     
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    Are you in high performance mode in your power settings?
     
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    Could be secondary current limits.
     
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    What are this one ? And why I can't see It ? Is there anything to do for that ?
     
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    The fully unlocked bios does expose them.
     
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    Like prema bios ? I got bios un lock by dsanky or dansky
     
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