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  1. iionas

    iionas Notebook Enthusiast

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    So anyone have an idea on undervolt of GPU then?

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    Modify the clock curve with control f and move the lower voltages up to the higher clock speeds.
     
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    I think it's just alot of testing and trying curves

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    To hit the sweet spot every chip is different so yes.
     
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    I'm currently using the XTU built-in to Control Center to do this, but I think with ThrottleStop you have to install "RwDrv.sys" to your ThrottleStop folder and set the "Disable and Lock Turbo Power Limits" in the FIVR window. Don't know if that's changed.

    Even with Control Center's XTU it doesn't always stick. Occasionally the XtuService has a dummy spit and has to be restarted before any Power Limits could be applied. Also, the EC seems to apply the default [inaccessible] BIOS settings 55/107 watts each time the power state changes, such as unplugging, battery starting to charge, waking from sleep, etc.

    I have a script triggered by Hwinfo as a workaround.
     
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    Hello I have upgrade my BIOS in PB71RF-G from 1.07.11 very to 1.07.15 and after that my fans runs at max speed even when I work under browser and word !!!
    It's possible to downgrade bios? I have Obsidian tools pack and it dosent helps ;-(
    My laptop has liqid metal on cpu/gpu and I make some mod with down cover - make bigger holes ...
    Any suggestions?
     
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    Double check the control centre and power settings.
     
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    I have normal or silent settings ...
    If I use just a little browser it's quite silent but if I use more loud ...
     
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    Are the temperatures different at all?
     
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    cpu temperature is fluctuating between 48-80 - it rise so rapid from 48 to 70-80 and drop ... so fan working fast and sloow ... damm it!
    I use afterburner to monitor cpu and gpu. I use Obsidian Control Station for undervolt (-135mV, 1 core 37x, 2 cores 35x, 3 cores 33x, 4 cores 32x)
    No throttling ... under AIDA64 extreme.
    I'm wating for new Grizzly Conductonaut Liquid metal. It should arrived today - so I will disassemble my laptop and reapply it on cpu and gpu.
     
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