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

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  1. Ollach

    Ollach Newbie

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    Hey is it possible to use 4.1 ghz on all 6 cores ?
     
  2. xLima

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    I have seen 1 person do 4.0GHz on all 6 on the GS65 but I wasn't able to replicate it. I can only get to 3.9 6 cores.

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    Hm ya same story here, i can change the Turbo multi in the bios but it wont do anything :-(
     
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    There is an overclock setting where you can set fixed ration but I have not played with it.

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    Yes I was trying to do both. Actually what I was going to do is allow it go from 1ghz to 3.9ghz while on a/c. And then from 1ghz to 2.2 without turbo on battery.
     
  6. hackness

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    It's probably you are using Balanced Plan and adjusting the state by clicking on the Battery icon on the taskbar to bring up the slider, that slider only appears when your Power Plan is set to Balanced mode, it is basically cancer as it means Windows will handle the CPU frequency and usage itself which messes up the CPU behavior, I'm sure you do not want that especially you are now using ThrottleStop, so do the followings:
    1. Go into your Power Plan, and Build a new plan based on High Performance plan (Not the cancer slider pops up by clicking on the battery icon on the taskbar)
    2. In the new plan set minimum CPU usage to 0%, Maximum CPU usage to 100%.
    3. In ThrottleStop disable Turbo for the profile used for Battery mode, you can assign a profile for battery mode by going into Option.
     
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    If his BCLK is 100MHz, it is possible that it was only a reading error by the application.
     
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    Hi, can someone PM me the key combo to unlock the advanced BIOS settings. Thanks in advance :D
     
  9. hackness

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    Check PM.
     
  10. ryzeki

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    I see everything and watch your every move!

    I will also be checking this topic out if/when I change into a new laptop.
     
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