dragon center kinda sucks ?!...

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  1. jojonono

    jojonono Notebook Enthusiast

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    am seeing some unstable functions in this app, am using GS75 Stealth 10SE, for example under custom User settings. basically only Low and Medium actually have effect on cpu speeds and therefore temps:


    if i choose low the clock speeds will indeed lower to something like 1.7-2.3 GHz

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    if i choose Medium it will be the same as high and even turbo ! and the temps will become high !

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    why is this application such a crap piece of junk and why doesnt it work as its suposed to be ?! and other options to adjust cpu speed accordingly as i dont need my laptop on 4.4 Ghz all the time coz that just increases temps like crazy when on AC Plug !...

    as a side question. any official tries to under throttle this CPU ? 10875H and how to go about it ??...


    thanks,
     
  2. senso

    senso Notebook Deity

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    Lots of tutorials about undervolting 10th gen based MSI laptops, just use the 4 key combo, enable XTU interface, undervolt using ThrottleStop.
    Uninstall dragon center, because its useless, just use TS for undervolt and Silent Option to change fan curves if you wish to do so.
     
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    Only thing I use it for is the fan curve and monitoring because afterburner has my ge66 fan control locked.I'm trying to find a better more consistent software to replace it.
     
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    same here !
     
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    jojonono Notebook Enthusiast

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    when i did so the eco button wont work as well as the P1 button since it seems to be reserved to the msi app and i cant customize it ! also is the silent app u posted below for the gs75 stealth !?...
     
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    Thanks for the clarification..And im not bothered by the sound,I actually want it to be on a more aggressive curve.With that said do you think im shortening my fans lifespan if there constantly at about 20% when idle?I love seeing the temps low sitting at 25-30c.
     
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    Dont think so, its worse for the bearing(be it ball bearing or a sleeve) to constantly start and stop.
     
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