*OFFICIAL* Alienware 17 R4 Owner's Lounge

Discussion in '2015+ Alienware 13 / 15 / 17' started by katalin_2003, Oct 24, 2016.

  1. Falkentyne

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    Whose MSI laptop are you comparing this to?
    Are you talking about mine? I'm running RAM at faster timings, 15-15-15-35, CR 1T, tREFI=32727, tRFC=270. Yours is probably 17/17/17/39 2T.
    And what is the voltage you are running at 4.7 ghz and 4.8 ghz? All I see is the idle voltage of 0.9v.
    Can you run the test with HWinfo64 showing in the background with the CPU VID?

    Also please fix your speed shift.
    It's not working.
    Go to the TPL window in throttlestop, and go to speed shift and activate it there, with min and max multipliers (you can set it manually, e.g. 8 and 48).
    Once you do that, you will see a "SST" on the main speed shift-EPP next to the 0, on the main window. You are meaning the SST, which means speed shift is not even on.
     
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    have you done a witcher 3 test? when did u buy the machine?
     
  3. Pallab

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    have you got the auo1096 model? When exactly does this happen?
     
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    I just got two days ago. I don't own Witcher 3.
     
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    What are WHEA errors? Hwinfo reports L0 L1 errors while gaming with an undervolt of -140mv or more but none of the sort occurs while stress testing


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    Means your clocks ain't stable. Shrink your undervolt and I'm quite sure it will fix it.
     
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    Xtu 10min stress test at -155mv
    IMG_2177.JPG IMG_2178.JPG



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    Doesn’t matter. Only stress testing with fully load ain’t enough. The processor run in different states. Idle, low loads as well max loads. And different types loads depending on what you run of applications.
     
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    Yeah, I was referring to yours :)
    Alright, will try to do that.
     
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    4.8ghz_new.png Thank you. I just want to see what your VID (Voltages) are for 4.7 ghz and 4.8 ghz. HWinfo64 will show the min and max VID because your overall temperatures seem to be quite good, although I'm not that happy with the core temp differential.

    I just did another test. 4.8 ghz, voltage 1.3v, fans 100%. Third run so temps could ramp up (first run had a lower score after reboot).
     
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