PowerSpec 1720/*Clevo PB70EF-G* tuning!

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  1. Judge Dredd 3D

    Judge Dredd 3D Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi guys,
    Has anyone experienced stuttering even on desktop? I been having this issue lately, heavy stuttering and some times applications will not respond for 1 or 2 seconds, I have HyperX 2666 16gb ram upgrade and the CPU was repasted with LM. Have TS with -138.7mV, also Raid 0 2x 500GB WD Black Nvme SSDs, in addition the laptop sits on a coolermaster laptop cooler. Runs pretty chill, not sure why the stuttering even when just browsing the net. (Noting is installing in the back ground).
    Thanks!

    Powerspec 1720 i7 8750H
     
  2. dayto11

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    Finally got around to repasting my cpu/gpu. My gpu temps went from 75*C while gaming to 65*C. The CPU went from 96*C to 74*C (with a -240mv core -.125 cache before and after repaste). Really worth it.
     
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  3. Meaker@Sager

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    A good cleanout and a scheduled repaste is always a good idea, a bit like oil changes on a car :)
     
  4. rsgametech

    rsgametech Notebook Guru

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    Pity these can 't be ordered online, i'd buy one tomorrow if I could.
     
  5. scooptroop

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    Is a "no load" limit normal when you overclock and undervolt your gpu. I got a 2070 in my PB71 and if I undervolt it to 800 im constantly left with a no load limit
     
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    No load is an idle state.
     
  7. scooptroop

    scooptroop Notebook Enthusiast

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    so let me know if I've done something wrong here.

    I overclocked my gpu with the OC scanner in MSI Afterburner. If I play a game just like that, I'm constantly getting power and voltage limit warnings. It doesn't really seem to mess with my game experience or thermals but I suppose it's something to avoid so I undervolt the gpu. I see that the highest clock for the rtx 2070 is 1400 and that translates to .767 volts so I flatten the curve from that point in Afterburner. No more power and voltage limit warning but I get no load limit a lot, in GTA V all the time. Am I doing something wrong here?
     
  8. Meaker@Sager

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    There will always be some limit to clocks so if they are stable that's the main thing.
     
  9. TheUberMedic

    TheUberMedic Notebook Evangelist

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    Anyone here replaced the thermal pads on the heatsink? What thickness thermal pads did you use?

    Sent from my LM-V500N using Tapatalk
     
  10. Meaker@Sager

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    You can get variations so if you want to replace them I would judge it by hand for your heatsink. A good eye for fitment and looking at your paste spread would get the best fit.
     
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