**Official Clevo P65xRS(-G), P65xRP6(-G) / Sager NP8153(-S), NP8152(-S) Owner's Lounge**

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  1. Lord Crow

    Lord Crow Newbie

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    I've been having GPU temp issues in Kingdom Come: Deliverance and I've mostly gotten it under control now with repasting, ThrottleStop, and unclocking the GPU a little bit. Would putting some thermal pads like these on top of the heatsink/pipes help?
     
  2. Andrew Soul

    Andrew Soul Notebook Enthusiast

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    You can also try to lift the bottom of notebook a little bit - it will help with cooling and ventilation.
    Also forcing fans to max may help.
    Another thing that can help - limit you FPS in RivaTuner so that maximum load on GPU is 80-90%. I usually limit all my games to 58 FPS - this way Gsync works correctly and games run very smoothly - much better than when FPS fluctuates from 50 to 100.
     
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    Lord Crow Newbie

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    I already have it lifted on a NotePal U3 (without the fans) and I've limited FPS to 60 for Kingdom Come. Still hitting 88C which is more than I'd like.
     
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