Hp envy 13 Nvidia mx150 (REALLY Bad performance on nvidia graphics )

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  1. ritto123

    ritto123 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have HP Envy 13 with Nvidia chip MX150 almost new ,since around 1 month nvdia graphics performance are no more than 15fps on games,games are shuttering realy bad, everyting worked nice before,i had done tests and to me this is faulty hardware,temps are fine but clock on nvidia chip are around 900mhz and not rising ,no throttling since temps are not rising,fan not even working like before,i already contacted hp and they gonna collect my pc,maybe need to change entire board,tried lots of nvidia drivers,my bios is the latest one ,all drivers are up to date,performance is bad.

    Nvidia sells two different MX150 chips under the same name, but with different hardware IDs.
    A slow and cheap chip - has ID 1D12. Fast 1D10. You can see ID in GPU-Z.

    Hp envy with mx150 have the slower chip variant,but no one advertise that,i dont think this is my problem,because i use to have average performance with this chip but suddnely really bad performance arise...

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    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Nvidi...12-variant-onto-some-Ultrabooks.289358.0.html


    At the end Nvidia is selling same brand of chip but with different performance, Laptop vendors don't advertise that and consumers get different performance on the same chip,why?

    Anyone with this model have the same problem?nvidia chip is performing really bad,i found one user on hp forums with the exact same problem

    https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Noteb...-as-well-as-it-should-be-and-did/td-p/6575041
     
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    Danishblunt Notebook Virtuoso

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    So you're stuck at 900mhz core clock?
     
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    ritto123 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes on average yes,when i start a game clock go up like 1400mhz few seconds and the go down to around 900mhz,but my temperature stay low,no throttling
     
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    ritto123 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Even if this chip is the slower one is mind blowing because I use to play with good frames, example Gta v high settings at full HD I use to get almost 50fps almost all the time, now with same settings is around 15fps,the temperatures at that time always good, with average 68/70 degrees, now 15fps , I really don't understand what happened, I have done everything so the only conclusion is faulty hardware, and now that I have found more people with the same problem, exactly, I'm afraid that after board replacement the problem can arise again.
     
  5. don_svetlio

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    Check the CPU as well - my money is on that being limited and bottlenecking the GPU.
     
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    ritto123 Notebook Enthusiast

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    how can i check cpu? xtu?
     
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    XTU, HWiNFO - many apps report throttling
     
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    ritto123 Notebook Enthusiast

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    thanks to Danishblunt, at the moment i will send my pc to hp,he tried with remote session to fix my pc ,but seems i have problem with voltages and cant fix this for now.
     
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    ritto123 Notebook Enthusiast

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    hello again

    my envy just came from Hp repair and they changed board,im having the same issue,nothing changed bad performance are the same

    this few examples of my games,all this games i used to play with good frames,now they run bad,on top left you can see frames,and i never get more than 20,i use to get almost 60fps with the same settings,a checked all nvidia settings,performance ,balanced ,optimal etc,no result,i have latest bios,tried lots of nvidia drivers,did clean install of windows,nothing changed this ,
    my Gpu z under load,Perfcap reason is always changing to idle/power/power/idle every 1 or 2 seconds,must be related with power ,i dont know : (

    i have all settings in max performance on nvidia settings,no thermal trothling since my gpu never goes above 57c

    i dont know what to do more...
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  10. Danishblunt

    Danishblunt Notebook Virtuoso

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    I can't help but feel they didn't change your board at all. Idk I'll look further into this.
     
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