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

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  1. hehaw

    hehaw Newbie

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    No but the point is he got it to 4.5ghz where upon it crashed that was the point, it succeeded in getting there but obviously it did not post
     
  2. Jalen9762

    Jalen9762 Notebook Consultant

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    What iccmax for and what seeing should it on be please? I am have bsod when messed around with this setting I have msi ge75 2080 with i7 8750h

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  3. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    It seems like it's just how the program is design and I believe it's a bug that Intel left there, I don't use XTU but it seems to me XTU could actually mess up the BIOS. So what the video actually proves to me is that ThrottleStop is safer in this extend as most users like to try clicking the multiplier to the max and see what happens.

    What if you back down the undervolt a few more tick, does it still go BSOD?

    On the GS65 I was able to use 928 in the bios which is 232A for the iccmax in ThrottleStop, but I believe 800 in the bios which is 200A for the iccmax in ThrottleStop will be enough for the 8750H.

    In ThrottleStop you can try going for max for the iccmax.
     
  4. Jalen9762

    Jalen9762 Notebook Consultant

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    What iccmax for exactly?

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  5. hackness

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    Maximum Current allowed.
     
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    thefatapple Notebook Geek

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    ICC 232A for 928 for CPU Core, what about cache? My default is 11, should it that stay that way?
     
  7. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    Changing the core should already raise the current limit.

    The ICCMAX for Cache doesn't seem to do anything.
     
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  8. m4rios90

    m4rios90 Newbie

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    Hey everybody.

    I'm new here so I would like to say hello to everyone first.

    I have a question regarding to this post:

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...control-of-the-i7-8750h-advanced-version.8230

    If my only issue is power throttling, can I skip all other 1st post steps and proceed according to this instruction from post #31?

    I have MSI GE73 Raider (i7 8750H and GTX 1070) already UVed to -0,154.

    Thanks in advance.
     
    Last edited: Sep 10, 2019 at 4:18 AM
  9. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    You can go straight to post #31 if you are only removing the Power Limit Throttle.
     
  10. m4rios90

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    Thanks for reply!

    I'll try it later on day.

    Any additional suggestions or tips according to this specific process?
    Is there something I can, let's say, screw up?

    I just want to mention that I used ThrottleStop to UV my CPU instead of BIOS - informing just in case.
     
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