Intel Core i7-8750H/ i7-8850H/ i9-8950H Coffee Lake

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    SpeedShift interferes with overclocking and I normally disable that. However, with a locked CPU or running stock clocks with an unlocked CPU it is useful. It allows the CPU microcode/firmware to control turbo clocks behavior rather than allowing Windows 10 to screw things up. (That is an over-simplified explanation, but it is all anyone really needs to understand. There is less latency than letting Windows 10 mess things up.) If you are overclocking it impairs performance more than any benefit that might hypothetically be imagined.
     
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    WOW! Throttlestop really does change the game doesn't it?! So do you guys have Throttle stop running all the time minimized or what?
     
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    Don't run TS on Win startup first times. Rather add Win logon scheduled task. Or you risk boot-loop if you add to aggresive undervolt.

    Autoruns is nice to disable unwanted tasks/services.
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    Launched as a Task at Windows logon... Running 100% of the time.
     
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    When you say add win logon scheduled task... You mean this right?!

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    Best to decide on stable settings first before creating the Windows Task. Or, if you make a major mistake with too much undervolt you can always boot into Safe Mode and rename (or delete) ThrottleStop.ini file.

    Yes. In the advanced options you can delay startup of the Task rather than booting into Safe Mode.
     
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    I'll probably just do 125 and leave it. Should be okay. I wont go voltage hunting. Lol.

    So now, I'm supposed to...

    1. Disable BD PROCHOT
    2. Enable Speedshift and set to 0

    In FIVR
    3. Disable and lock power turbo limits tick
    4. Set my required undervolt in cpu core and cpu cache
    5. Set IccMAx to maximum

    In TPL
    What do i do here? Lol
    Just set exactly like the photo then?

    Do the windows logon scheduler thing.
     
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    Also, how do i test stability? Intel XTU stress test good?
     
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