Clevo P870DM n00bie's guide

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  1. Georgel

    Georgel Notebook Virtuoso

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    If it is gone, it most probably means that you were using TSstop or something like that instead of XTU

    -150mV is fairly aggressive, I'd do some testing and see if it is stable
     
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    If it is stable then that's a very good undervolt, jump up by the smallest step each time and test the same thing that was causing the crashing.
     
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    LiLCruz Notebook Enthusiast

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    I don't know when I try stress cpu with aida 64 cpu usage only at 65% not 100% don't know why so hard for me test voltage or this is normal? notice when stress cpu in aida only stressing 2.62ghz? Nevermind shutdown computer than power back on not getting good temps with unvolt tho I guess going need some help with this using stock clocks.
     
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    Try changing one variable at a time and looking at tweaking guides.
     
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    Thanks for reply but I guess I have take out cmios battery (labtop won't boot) but I have no idea how I don't want break it so how do to Take it out safety?
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    push it towards you (in that picture) so the lip of the battery is past the plastic holder at the top and lift it up.
     
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    Thank you will try it out but what screw driver I have to use open back panel? A M3?
     
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    Any decently sized Phillips will do, the holes are quite deep in some places so just make sure you have one with a long enough tip to reach down into it.
     
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