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Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by sicily428, Jan 4, 2018.

  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Intel XTU would have voltage sliders, MSI afterburner let's you play with your clock curve which mr. Fox has a guide on YouTube I believe.
     
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    smäggi Notebook Enthusiast

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    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...-under-volt-in-xtu-without-opening-it.802143/

    This is working well and theres no need to fiddle around with Throttlestop.
    If you really want it as silent as possible try to figure ut you max gpu clock @ 800mv in afterburner and use energy save mode for your cpu (this is working very good for most titles, sth like source engine wont run without stuttering because of the old engine (here u need to apply the balanced power plan at least).
    I also highly recomment using liquid metal for your cpu (inside IHS).
     
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    You could get stuttering with super low CPU clocks.
     
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    Hey there... I have the same problem with the fan level. I think there is no way besides of getting the Obsidian fan software. It's 30 € tho.

    I did undervolt my i5-8400 with Intel Extreme Tuning Utility by -150mV. I did not test more because I did not want it invest too much time.
     
  5. paul_cgn

    paul_cgn Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi,
    since the new Intel i9-9900 (non-K) CPU is now available: has anyone tried to put one of those into a N957TP6? Will it boot just normally? If so, what bios were you using?
    Cheers
    Paul
     
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    Unless you are doing heavy threaded work it's hard to justify due to the TDP limit.
     
  7. paul_cgn

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    It's not a windows gaming box, I do a lot of compiling larger projects, and other threaded workloads.
     
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    Nothing official yet I would speak to your reseller.
     
  9. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    I put a 9900K in just for the giggles after completing the Prema Mod:

    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19132270

    H370 chipset is OC blocked, so heavily undervolted it'll run at 9900 stock clocks (4.7Ghz all core Turbo) for a little while before cooling becomes an issue.
    That was on a PremaMod (no throttle) BIOS.
    This quick test was also not on the stock power supply...
    It's 100% not a configuration I would suggest for this model for daily use.

    For any CFL-refresh (R0 stepping) model CPU you will need the latest BIOS:


    http://forum.notebookreview.com/index.php?posts/10925702
     
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  10. paul_cgn

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    Hi Prema!
    Thanks for your info - are you sure it was the N957TP6? I was quite sure it had an Z370 chipset - only that overclocking was blocked by missing options in the stock bios. Thanks for the link to the clevo firmware mirror!
     
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