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

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  1. Muddii_yasser

    Muddii_yasser Notebook Enthusiast

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    I used ts for everything i am not familiar with quickcpu and its option so i didnt want to try new stuff
     
  2. MoeAmen

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    Hey what is the difference between chapter 2 and 6? i want to limit the cores active on battery from 6 to 4, should i using chapter 2 or just stick to 6?
     
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    so i read the whole thread and i am using pretty much every knowledge there is on this forum, imon slopes etc, got my ge75 8se cinebench r15 scores up to 1260 and r20 to 3075, now i am left wondering is there any way i can go to 4ghz or 4.1 on all cores? any bios mods? i am not thermal limited as i have modded cooling alot and only maxing @75c when running constantly benchmarks, so getting that extra .1-.3 ghz would be nice extra, any help is appreciated
     
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    There is a more advanced BIOS you can get from Svet that allows you to raise the BCLK (maybe FCLK, I forget). You can maybe get that extra 100 mHz.

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  5. senso

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    Impossible to change the CPU multipliers.
    You can MAYBE create an ICC profile to allow BCKL overclocking, but the maximum is 103Mhz, and not all systems are stable at that, and that gains you 100Mhz at the max multiplier..
     
  6. Vegettoex

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    Hello everyone, I just want to say thanks for all the info in this thread. But for the love of god I can't make my I7 9750H run stable with AC/DC Loadline 1, Windows keeps giving me bsod for no reason.. I can't make it stable, and before it was.
     
  7. xLima

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    Are you UVed? The other option is to set positive voltage offset.

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  8. Vegettoex

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    I'm not aplying any UV to the cpu, and how about the positive voltage offset??
    I'm using AC / DC Loadline at 50 each, if I go to 1 I get BSOD playing games or even in the desktop during idle.
     
  9. senso

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    With AC/DC loadline at 1 you might need to give the CPU more voltage, TBH doesn't seem to be all that usefull instead of just using the stock values and undervolting.
     
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    I guess my only option is to try stock settings at least on AC/DC Loadline and unvervolt with throttleStop
     
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