Removal of GPU Thermal Limit

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by Spartan@HIDevolution, Sep 28, 2019.

  1. pipyakas

    pipyakas Notebook Guru

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    This is definitely working, but not having the ability to apply the profile on boot without lauching the program itself is kinda suck
     
  2. bsch3r

    bsch3r Notebook Evangelist

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    Experimented with bios 1.7.3. No Asus utility needed as acc can set the temp limit of the video card to 87C. 1.7.3 does anyway hard throttle at exactly 79C to unplayable fps. What a crap bios. Back to 1.5.0 for me...
     
  3. Vanya

    Vanya Notebook Consultant

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    I'm on 1.6.2 and I can also set the "temp limit" to 87°C.
    My GPU never reached more than 79/80°C.
    What does this temperature limite really set ?
    Is the "throttle point" you are talking about a reality in BIOS versions after 1.5.0 ?

    Envoyé de mon SM-G965F en utilisant Tapatalk
     
  4. bsch3r

    bsch3r Notebook Evangelist

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    If gpu temp reaches 79C it will drastically throttle down the gpu to unplayable fps till it reaches 50C. Then the same game begins till 79C is reached and so on. On 1.5.0 that I am back on no throttling as max temp of my gpu under full fans is 82C.
     
  5. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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  6. tps3443

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    My Clevo P750TM1 GTX1080 has a temp limit of 91C by default Is this normal?

    It will hold a custom undervolted curve @1,911Mhz boost steady in games without dipping even at 80C. But it doesn’t get that hot at 1,911 undervolted. Maybe 74-75C.

    Or I can add +140Mhz in MSI Afterburner to my GPU core clock with default voltage. And in some games my GPU will sit around 1,974mhz-2,000Mhz pretty steadily. Temps do go up to around 83C but my clocks will never go below 1,974Mhz. Only some games like Fallout 4, and a few others allow a high steady boost clock! Some titles will drop clocks to like 1,936Mhz but still offer great performance.

    I guess the higher temp limit of 91C helps with this.

    Is this 91C limit default?
     
    Last edited: Jan 31, 2020
  7. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    Higher Gpu temp doesn't mean better. Rather the opposite with Pascal and Turing http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...unge-phoenix-3-0.800081/page-65#post-10476824
     
  8. Casowen

    Casowen Notebook Evangelist

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    So what do you recommend to get past this? Is there come GPU equivalent of throttle stop? Maybe something else to do in asus gpu tweak? About the most I can comfortable overclock on both idle and load is about 137hz, and maybe 200+ under full load with a 1070. Is there some kind of voltage curve on the program? I just set the extra mv to the max of 100mv, so not sure if that is that perse.
     
  9. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    You can't circumvent Nvidia's disgusting boost behaviour. Try keep lowest possible Gpu temp. But here is an guide you can follow from bro @Mr. Fox
     
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  10. willhub

    willhub Notebook Geek

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    Doesn't work for me as already my GPU in my HP Omen functions at the temp limit of 87 I think it is.
     
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