[Guide] How to take full control of the i7-8750H (Advanced version)

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  1. Jageruao3

    Jageruao3 Newbie

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    Hi, i am new here, and i need some help or advice, i try to read some about throttlestop and undervolting. But i am new it this. Please help, i have MSI GT73VR i7 7820, with 1070, and not really long time ago its seems like Dragon Center dont do hes job any more. When you shifting power options its dont look like something realy change, just temperature seems like, but not performance... Can some body help with that? Sorry i'm not in the right topic

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  2. 777baja777

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    Hi guys, thanks everyone for very useful information. I managed to stop my CPU from throttling with the IMON parameters and also overclocked my RAM to 3460MHz. However it would be great if someone can give me tips on how to unlock multiplier control in TS as it is possible to change it but it doesn't change anything. Clock stays the same at 3.9GHz. another thing is how to change fan curve from the BIOS. I found fan section there and played with it but it doesn't seem to have any effect after all.
     
  3. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    You can’t unlock 8700Hq. Forget it.
     
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    777baja777 Newbie

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    8700HQ? You mean 8750H. I want to go down with multiplier not up. I can get 2200MHz by disabling turbo but I want something between 3.9GHz and 2.2GHz.
     
  5. Porter

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    I think its on the FIVR tab, left side, the maxes for 1-6 cores in use. TS does not need to be "ON" but you do need to have the profile you're messing with selected.

    Ignore the multiplier on the main front tab in TS.
     
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  6. 777baja777

    777baja777 Newbie

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    Yes it is there but it doesn't do anything for me. You can set anything you like and it will still keep 3.9GHz. My laptop is MSI GP73 8RF
     
  7. Porter

    Porter Notebook Virtuoso

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    Can you take a screenshot of the FIVR window & have the main window beside it so you can see both in one shot? I'm at work so pictures are blocked but I can switch to my phone to view it.
     
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  8. 777baja777

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    I have sorted it out. It wasn't working before I overclocked memory so I think it was about unlocking the overclocking menu in the BIOS. Now it works just fine. Thanks for help anyway!
     
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    katates Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi, i have 2x8 Hyinx Ram and I did everything you said including the bios settings except i kept Memory Voltage 1.20 because it was 1.20 so i did not changed it. I did the same tests and no errors. Also i did AIDA64 Stress test, and nothing crashed. So did I overclocked my ram successfully?

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  10. 777baja777

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    Yes you did look at your memory frequency 1729MHz multiply that by 2 and you get your memory clock.
     
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