Clevo PB50ED-G / PB51ED-G Power Limit Throttling

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  1. dieandromeda

    dieandromeda Newbie

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    Hi, please help me, this laptop give me an headache. It suffer power limit throttling for both cpu and gpu. My spec

    i7 9750H, 2070rtx
    default setting:
    - core voltage offset = -0.050
    - pl1 = 78W
    - pl2 = 45W


    ive tried all below:
    - undervolt to -0.120
    - disable turbo
    - disable power limit
    - increase turbo power limit to 90W
    - reduce turbo speed to 3.0Ghz

    but i still encounter power throttling when playing games. i tried aida64 for about a minutes. it suffer power and current throttling. after i increase turbo power limit to 90W and 60W, no throttling.

    when in games, whatever i do, i cant seem to solve it.
    - temperature is not throttling cus when i disable turbo, cpu run @ 2.6Ghz and temp around 70Degree+ but power throttling keep showing up.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Have you modified your GPU clock/voltage curve in MSI afterburner? What kind of throttle are you seeing? Have you got charts of it happening?
     
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    dieandromeda Newbie

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    no.im using stock setting.
     
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    So what sort of throttle are you seeing?
     
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    dieandromeda Newbie

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    ill check again. but the weird thing, core clock is stable eventhough i get power throttle.

    i forgot to check gpu core clock. btw, the throttle is random.

    i also running hwinfo and obsidian fan ctlr in the background. changing fan profile from normal to ec default doesnt seem to differ
     
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    You need to check out what is actually happening before you can diagnose an issue.
     
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