I've been losing performance in Clevo P750DM2-G

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  1. shivam sah

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    Hello, It's shivam lately for past 2-3months i've been getting very low performance with my GTX 1070M in my Clevo P750DM2-G.. My current furmark score is 4K at best and usually stays around 3500 mark..Can some Team Viewer in or any other RDP method to check what the problem is also my guess is it's the temp because once they hit 91C the GPU starts losing performance GPU Issue.PNG
     
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    How long have you had the system? You probably need to do a repaste.
     
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    I'm thinking of a repaste as i've had the system for close to 2-3Yrs now..I was asking if i might've messed up some settings
     
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    Once the temps hits 92C it starts throttling. Any reason why you're running furmark?
     
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    Just wanted to stress test to assess the performance.. So that i can compare to other GPU's
     
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    You do know Furmark causes GPU to die and most drivers limit Furmark performance. Use 3dmark and games to access performance.
     
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    I've also tried Valley Benchmark uniengine.PNG
    That's the best i got
     
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    I've noticed at later stages in benchmark GPU Freq often Falls to 450-750Mhz range..
     
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    Yeah you need to repaste badly. Your GPU is thermally throttling by about 35% according to that Heaven score.
     
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    Wow that is very severe thermal throttling. Do not run a heavy workload until its repasted. It could be so degraded there's hotspots on the die that could cook any minute.

    Also make sure you blow out the dust bunnies from the rads when you do it.
     
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