Presenting the All-New Intel 10th Gen MSI "GS66"!

Discussion in 'MSI' started by -=$tR|k3r=-, Apr 2, 2020.

  1. xLima

    xLima Notebook Evangelist

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    You can be the Usain Bolt of the GS66 2070S, don't give it your all but just enough to be/beat WR. Then you can just continue to beat records.

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  2. snixel

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    @werdmonkey4321 did you do anything in regards to the TPL PL1 and PL2 limits for your GS66? Any changes in ThrottleStop or IMON Slope offset in BIOS?
     
  3. werdmonkey4321

    werdmonkey4321 Notebook Consultant

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    I have not done any changes to those settings. Those are all stock.
     
  4. werdmonkey4321

    werdmonkey4321 Notebook Consultant

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    Do any of you know how to cap the power limits for the GPU in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS? I tried nvidia-smi and greenwithenvy to lower the power limits, but it says its disabled when I used nvidia-smi -pl 70 and the power slider is greyed out in greenwithenvy. Another option is to lower the temperature at which the GPU thermal throttles at, but I don't see any options for doing that in Ubuntu or the MSI Advanced Overlocking menu in the bios.
     
  5. senso

    senso Notebook Deity

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    You make a plateu in the voltage curve, at some voltage/clock point, lets say, you limit it at 1300Mhz at 0.725V and test if its good enough, if not, tweak it around a bit. Not sure if there is any way to change the voltage/freq curve on linux.
     
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    werdmonkey4321 Notebook Consultant

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    I know how to undervolt using MSI Afterburner in Windows to cap the power draw, but I just don't know if its possible in Ubuntu. I only need to limit the power draw in Ubuntu.
     
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