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

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  1. JohnnyFlash

    JohnnyFlash Notebook Virtuoso

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    They seem to do different things, but the majority still use Throttlestop. New stable version (9.2) just came out this month as well.
     
  2. Bill'O

    Bill'O Notebook Guru

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    Hello guys and thanks for this thorough tutorial.
    I own an msi ge63 8sg and followed all bios modifications.
    I am facing a scary issue though.
    I have a dual boot with grub mint + w10 on 2 separated nvme drives.
    Unfortunately my work linux system drive isn't found in the bios since the modification which sounds quite weird I admit.
    I will check whether the drive itself is faulty but just to make sure, nobody experienced anything like that by tweaking cpu features?
     
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    Bill'O Notebook Guru

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  4. jojonono

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    thanks i finally managed to unlock my 10875h to use with throttle stop, i didnt find this info anywhere except this great thread !

    but do you mind explaining what does this mean and WHERE TO SET IT ?!...
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    As to set a limit how many cores are allowed to parked:

    For 8 cores CPU it should be 13%, 25%, 38%, 50%, 63%, 75%, 88%, 100%.
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    How to do that ??!...

    and finally cant i undervolt my cores and cache (just like we do in Throttle Stop) but do it from the bios to get rid of 3rd party app use everytime ?...

    thanks,
     
  5. senso

    senso Notebook Deity

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    If its an MSI laptop, you can undervolt on the BIOS, but TS uses less than 0.1% CPU and around 3MB of RAM, allows for multiple profiles for example high performance and extended battery with different max clocks, and different PL levels, and the handy temp monitoring.
     
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    Kers Notebook Consultant

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    My GS73 6RF is power throttled and I wanna use the IMON tweak to bypass the power limit. I have IMON slope and offset option in the bios but there is no IMON prefix. Does that mean I need to mod my BIOS to unlock that option? Thanks.
     
  7. haleskinn

    haleskinn Notebook Enthusiast

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    so can anyone explain to me how the bclk overclocking works on msi laptops? what settings should i touch and what not to touch in bios, i know it sounds like a noob question to you but bclk is something that i am just not that familiar with yet (i was in s775 era), my goal is to get at least 100-101mhz right now i am hovering around 98-99
     
  8. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Consultant

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    why need BCLK :D


    xtu inference ENABLED - bios OC domain
    XTU reinstalled for repair connection + installed ME drivers
    and BCLK is in XTU

    or F4 + 17hz steps sometimes bios save
    different 99.5-99-9 MSI defaults + spread --normal

    ICC in bios - BCLK pre-setup
    disable SPREAD - 100mhz -example
    ............but it doesn't make sense at all


    use RATIOs / remove power limits
     
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    haleskinn Notebook Enthusiast

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    i have already removed power limits, done ac/dc loadline, imon slope, sys agent, undervolt, ram @3467mhz, etc, i just need to get that core clock little bit higher
     
  10. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Consultant

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    even so, this setting is erratic ,,,ON MSI
    get sometimes longer boot + reset :D
    BCLK does not work well on MSI "ICC - -WARM reset recommended" + test bios only or XTU "native" XTU inference -enabled for faster setup "XTU BCLK change"

    but this mode
    .,,.sometimes uses absurd numbers for the RING bus "emulation works better / bios settings" XTU inference-disabled

    own research .,,good luck

    edit .,,.,. here guide "20h2" + xtu 7.0.1.4 ?? buggy version or windows compatibility
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...eyed-out-in-msi-laptops.834637/#post-11064204

    how to repair XTU / BIOS access ,.,CREATE RESTORE POINT BEFORE
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2020
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