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  1. kela777slk

    kela777slk Notebook Consultant

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    CPU are delid? or you dont know?
    part of what you are have great performance and temp - it is bios from Prema! i dont have his bios but have all unlocked options for change performance...
    my thermal paste is arctic cooling mx4 and GC Gelid Extreme. (no difference, maybe 1 or 2 degrees but its dosnt matter becaus cpu is very hot). and i have single CPU heatsink and single GPU heatsink. its worse than double (common heatsink)
     
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    I have no idea, I can ask my supplier and find out for you. But I dont think it is.

    Hmm that is really good thermal paste and pads but yeah this CPU does get hot lol

    I have the heatsink that has the shared heatpipe so it is one big heat sink not indivdual. Maybe that is why?
     
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    kela777slk Notebook Consultant

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    i think maybe but its part of averall (+prema Bios + best Cpu revision abd best undervolting)...
     
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    thecodelifter Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi guys, just giviing you all an update. I was able to almost remove my coil whine so it is not audible.
     
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  5. Meaker@Sager

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    The absolute value matters too as chips can ship with different voltages stock.
     
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    Oh really I did not know that I am a noob still. I will get the voltages when I get home. What is the best way to get readings for them?
     
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    That's actually a little tricky if you want to do a chip to chip comparison properly. You can see the requested value under load in programs like hwinfo.
     
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    I ran Cinebench R15 for 30 times in a row, I ran Time Spy test and Fire Strike test twice and I played COD:MW and these are the voltages I got from HWMonitor.

    The lowest VID min value was 0.510V and the highest VID max value was 1.379V, I hope this helps
     
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    By the way, the problem with my 1080 was again dust, dust, dust. After cleaning the fans, it keeps a cool 65°C. Not that anyone asked :D
     
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    Always worth cleaning out every so often.
     
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