Clevo P870TM1-G temperature limit

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  1. luisxd

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    Is there a way to set a temperature limit on a Clevo P870TM1-G (GTX 1080 x 2)?, MSI Afterburner doesn't show the option and RLECViewer doesn't work on every game for some reason.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    You need to do some undervolting to the CPU and GPU's, make sure you have a good thermal Past/Pads applied for both. And the Fan's curves should be aggressive using Overclocking option in the command center application. Using cooling pad is highly recommended.

    Good luck.
     
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    I actually have done all of that but summer here has been very hot lately (115 F almost every day) and playing on 1440p in my new monitor is almost impossible due to temperatures, I reach 80C almost instantly in any game and it goes up to 88C in some of them (I have close it wen it gets this hot). I can't control anymore how the temperatures behave so I'd like to just put a limit on them, I don't care about FPS at this point lol.
    Thanks for the reply!
     
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    Check your vBios version, mine maximum temps are 80~82c in the full load. and make sure that the GPU's heatsink making a good contact,
     
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    Mine says 91.0 C
     
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    How did you unlock voltage control?

    Edit: NVm I just figured out I have to edit the curve just like in MSI AB :p
     
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    If you want to control your gpu by temperature limit don't undervolt. Just set specific throotling temperature for gpu for instance 78 degrees and set gpu overclock to around +100. When gpu will increase temperature it will throotle. Original nvidia voltage curve have small steps wich are helpful to maintain suitable clocks.
     
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    Thanks man, it really helped. I don't usually trust those gpu control software from AIBs, but this one from Asus worked great so far :)
     
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