P650HS-G PC Freezes while Turboboost is enabled and undervolted

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  1. jinwk00

    jinwk00 Notebook Enthusiast

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    My P650HS-G freezes whenever I undervolt more than 0.100, and even so my temperature is extremely high, around 80c. I had to disable turboboost to make my computer stable, but still my temperature doesn't seem to be normal. Currently in undervolt 0.120 and turboboost disabled. I see a lot of people do 0.140 and turboboost on, still have a cool temperature. Is there something wrong with this machine?

    Example I found that I would never be able to achieve
     
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    What version of XTU are you using?

    You should never have to disable turbo so something is up. A repaste would be a first step and checking out the heatsink.
     
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    I recently repasted my pc, and I tried using the latest XTU. I also tried throttlestop and turned off turbo, barely saved my a$$, 60c
     
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    80c load is not dangerous by the way.
     
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    Although 75c was the normal idle? With turbo
     
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    It should not be at turbo boost during idle.
     
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    But help me! My laptop is always staying up like this! Even on idle!

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    Set it to balanced performance in the power plan and see what processes are using the CPU.
     
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    Looks like I fixed it by reducing the power to Better Performance.
     
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    Temperatures and freezing?
     
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