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  1. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    No. Those versions simply force a 100mV undervolt without making any changes. Depending on implementation all manual adjustments are simply reseted/ignored.

    To see the actual voltage offset, just load and save BIOS setup defaults.
    Then in Windows start Throttlestop to see the current offset (must delete .ini file before or old values will be restored).
    Simply set undervolts in TS and use its bench feature to test stability, then set values permanently in BIOS afterwards so that you no longer need it.
     
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    m4gg0t Notebook Evangelist

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    My system is not stable with anything more then 90mv. So I have no idea where all these issues came from
     
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    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...m-owners-lounge.809621/page-288#post-10949865

    If you don't like to do that (checking for the VRM heatsink contact), you will have to let it manually throttle like before to keep them cooler. In BIOS simply set:

    Power Limit Long: 95000
    Power Limit Short: 115000
    VR current: 480

    In addition to the manual 90mV negative voltage offset / undervolt.

    Good luck!
     
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  4. Meaker@Sager

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    Some chips are just not as good as others voltage wise.
     
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    m4gg0t Notebook Evangelist

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    Where are the VRMs located? I don't see them around the CPU socket.
     
  6. bigspin

    bigspin My Kind Of Place

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    MOSFETs, inductors (chokes) behind the socket. You need 4mm and 2mm thermal pads for that.

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  7. m4gg0t

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    I've only seen them on the GPU but never around the CPU.
     
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    These..[​IMG]

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    It's only 4 phases? Or is it doubled? When I get home I'm going to see if there are thermal pads and hopefully fix my power limit issue.
     
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    4 phase yes, 4 inductors so cant be more.

    Every chip has to have some power circuitry.
     
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