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

Discussion in 'MSI' started by hackness, Sep 19, 2018.

  1. Muddii_yasser

    Muddii_yasser Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes bios is 10C
     
  2. DimitriosMSI

    DimitriosMSI Notebook Consultant

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    Ok mate. I'll do 70000 at first and then I'll try the 85w in bios and in TS too.
     
  3. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Geek

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    on this notebooks not works PL overdrive only IMON
    tested 9rcx ,,some 8th H cpuS
    only way is IMON -not works ,..,,.,not possible help
    some controls EC - need full battery + AC all time

    remove all app for cpu \\dragon\\TS\XTU all ,,restore bios defaults ,,and set ONLY IMON
     
  4. Divinated

    Divinated Notebook Consultant

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    Haha yes i agree... but let them at least try and see for themselves. I've told already why set 200 amp?:confused:... It does nothing. I've told him that PL2 code will show up when both cpu and gpu are underload because the gpu needs power too.:p

    This is only happening for him on a benchmarking program, not normal use.:rolleyes:
    He is hitting no thermal throttle and is able to sustain all cores at 3.9Ghz.
    That's excellent, and i think he is done. So now just be happy and play some video games. :D
     
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  5. Muddii_yasser

    Muddii_yasser Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah thats what im doing now if thr issues only appears in benchmarking then its not a big deal
     
  6. Divinated

    Divinated Notebook Consultant

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    You are very fortunate, not many people have been able to squeeze the max out of their cpu without throttling eventually.

    Now time to run msi afterburner and use its overclock scanner to squeeze the max out of your gpu. I actually find that it lets the gpu run with higher clock rates at lower voltage then stock... o_O the cards in these laptops have to be modulated, just to save energy... like who is actually going to game on laptop battery, 45 mins and it will be dead :rolleyes:
     
  7. Muddii_yasser

    Muddii_yasser Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks to msi their turbo mode in dragon center allows me to overlock the card by 200MHz for core and 250 for memory which msi claims it is within their safe limits
     
  8. DimitriosMSI

    DimitriosMSI Notebook Consultant

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    Dragon center is a joke to me. It messing with the bios settings and makes the performance worst. If you really like to overclock yr gpu, use afterburner instead. For fan curves there is also the "silent option" software. My opinion....
     
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    Muddii_yasser Notebook Enthusiast

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    They fixed it into later versions it doesnt affect the bios anymore
     
  10. chinoquezada

    chinoquezada Notebook Enthusiast

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    Dragon Center feels like training wheels on a performance bike.

    Afterburner + Silent Option is more appropriate.
    Btw, when did ThrottleStop stop being the go-to for undervolting? Just found out from screencaps here about QuickCPU. (I know, Intel XTU too, but TS was/is much better)
     
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