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

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  1. Stanley08

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    Hold up. If 45 crashed my computer. 40 surely won't be enough. Or am i missing something?

    Or is there difference using Throttle stop this time?
     
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    Watt = Heat. As I said... Monitor power consumption vs Cpu temp. If you need below 40 to be able to use your pc, then put what needed for both. See... Overheating at 35, then try 30 for both.
     
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    Ok hold, maybe I'm confused. If i set 45-45 in Intel XTU and it crashed. Won't it also crash setting it in ThrottleStop?
     
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    YEES!

    Hence reduce both power limits until it works. And remove the clamp so Cpu don't have to drop below base clock frequency.
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    Okay. So basically, just untick clamp and set 30 - 30.

    I didn't know setting this in Intel XTU and ThrottleStop worked differently.

    After doing this, do i add an undervolt? Or i have to leave voltage as is?

    BDPROCHOT? Speedshift? All that?
     
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    You have overheating mess now. No need to touch BDPROCHOT. Add in undervolt as usual. Lower voltage = Lower heat.
     
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    Here is what I have done. Anything else? I did mark out something i maybe should do? Please check

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    I had the same problem, rubber band hack worked for few screws but for one screw I had to show dremel and make it to flathead.. If you choose the dremel method please make proper shields for the motherboard so the small metal pieces won't short anything..
     
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