How to automatically under-volt in XTU without opening it

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  1. RanCorX2

    RanCorX2 Notebook Evangelist

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    what about getting a profile to auto load at windows logon? how does one do that? like a profile that only overclocks turbo speed?
     
  2. RoryH

    RoryH Notebook Enthusiast

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    Just install an older version of XTU. I uninstalled the latest one and downloaded 6.2.0.19. It automatically loads the profile within a minute after login. They removed the feature in the newer ones for some reason.
     
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    Thanks for the guide
     
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    Please, can you check in Task Scheduler where is the task that loads the profile and what does it do exactly?
    My goal would be to use latest XTU since I have a i7-8750H, and re-enable profile loading with undervolt on startup always working, even after hibernation or full shutdown...
     
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  5. RoryH

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    Sorry mate, nothing in the task scheduler that points to Intel xtu or similar, I checked.
     
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    Thank you!, this one helped me alot! :) rep+ given ;)
     
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    I tried your program, I entered my profile but it doesn't work, when I open the xtu i get an error message that the profile didn't applied. Also during the startup, a PowerShell window shows up for a second and then disappear. How can I uninstall your program?
     
  8. shisui

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    You should try throttlestop first, see if it can meet your needs.
    I am not sure which script you are using, for the first one, run `remove...` with admin, for the second, just run again.
    The 2nd one is better if u are using win10.
    If you can't remove it totally, you should check out your `task scheduler`.
    It is very clean and won't break your pc.
     
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    I found ThrottleStop to not misbehave in terms of automatically undervolting compared to setting up XTU.
     
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  10. Andrew Lin

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    I wonder if this is still necessary now. Maybe the new versions fixed it? I haven't found it misbehave yet
     
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