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  1. SlashNLennon

    SlashNLennon Notebook Geek

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    Im getting 70 to 80 fps at shadow of war also maxed out.. but the last 2 options in the graphics was not set. but still have power limit throttling.
     
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    I have found this on a forum on acee helios units. They have been experiencing the same problem. However acer solved it by an update on bios and their command center (see screenshot).

    Am i am isolated case on this one? Its kinda frustrating and im thinking if i should return my unit. Also, would it be possible that my charger (brick) is broken? Is there a way to check if the power limit throttling is due to the charger?
     

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  3. AlexusR

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    No idea why you have these issues... The Clevo Control Center works fine for me and allows 55w on Performance mode. Maybe try uninstalling everything related to Control Center then re-install it again, or do a fresh Windows installation with fresh drivers and fresh Control Center install. If that won't work - you should return your system for replacement.
     
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    This is a bummer. Doea this mean i have to reformat my laptop? After ive set it up for almost 3 hrs. :(
     
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    I just tried benchmarking in cinebench r15. Heres what im getting.. can someone here with the same spec post your results so that i can compare it with mine?

    Also here is the settings that i can see in throttle stop tdp.. i havent changed anything there. Should i change some settings in it or is these all fine?
     

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    Throttle stop settings.
     

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    Am i the only one experiencing this? :(

    Does anyone have the standard settings set on the balanced power plan?
     
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    Use a monitoring tool to look at CPU speed and usage.
     
  9. SlashNLennon

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    Thats what ive neen doing since i got my laptop. Thats why i noticed im experiencing a constant pwer limit throttling as per msi afterburner.. cpu clock speeds range from 2911 to 3011 on all games and package tdp rangers from 15 to 25W only.
     
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    Here are also the screens of throttle stop when it runs
     

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