Well, undervolting is the best way to lower temperatures. On average, my temps drop by about 1C per 10mv undervolt. And by comparison, my CPU (7700HQ) is always below 0.95v even when fully under load, while your is still at 1.032v, which is still a pretty high voltage and will be a large source of heat. It's weird that you can only undervolt by 120mv though, most 6700HQs can get 150mv+. I am sadly no expert on liquid metal, so I cannot give you advice on whether this is a good appliance. The best guess I can give you is that it seems like it is too much liquid metal, especially if you compare it to images on Google: https://www.google.com/search?q=liq...UIDygC&biw=2197&bih=1092#imgrc=Xo4QMTATf1AA_M: Also, I believe there is a BIOS hack somewhere here on the forums that allows you to undervolt the dGPU in the 9550. That should further help with managing temps. However, it may just be possible that you have especially bad binned versions of your chips and this is simply the max attainable.