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  1. ryzeki

    ryzeki Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    I also have IC Diamond with my machine. I repasted a couple of weeks ago and I have very decent temps. As for your 92 degree temps, what are your current ambient temperatures? Also, have you undervolted? Because it makes a big difference.

    I am currently set the IA loadline 1 and -11mv additional undervolt, and TDP imon slope to always run at max turbo, and my max temps at 100% CPU have been between 78 and 82 celsius, and my GPU at 75 celsius. All of this was at ambient of 24 Celsius.
     
  2. Neothane

    Neothane Notebook Enthusiast

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    I would be ecstatic to get 78-82!! Definitely need to compare notes.

    My ambient temperature is 21C (70F).
    I am not using Cooler Boost fan speed (they wanted me to use it, but it is just too loud)
    • CPU Fan: 0 - 50 - 75 - 90 - 100 - 100
    • GPU Fan: 0 - 50 - 70 - 80 - 90 - 100
    As for the undervolting and TDP settings, I have not touched them from factory. I played a little with them before I sent it back, but I have not touched it since they returned it to me. (see images).
     

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    Jesdga95 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yup, that will definitely work, I tried myself but ended up buying some USB-C headphones so I don't have to carry adapters with me (and it also works with my phone, yay!)

    Is this with multipliers set at 39 and combined load? I get real ****ty temps while running combined 100% CPU/GPU load at 3.9 GHz with 23 degree ambient temp and kryonaut:

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    However in normal use cases and gaming CPU stays around 81-85 tops and if I lower my max multiplier to 36 it goes down even further to 75-79
     
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  4. Neothane

    Neothane Notebook Enthusiast

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    Ouch! Man, that is HOT! I sent my laptop back because I was getting 91-93 during combined load. Where did you get yours from?

    Are you running Auto fan? What is your fan set at?
     
  5. Jesdga95

    Jesdga95 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Got it from EXcaliberPC. I would be getting 90 but I raised max temp to 95, however this is running AIDA64 stress test so it doesn't really translate to real word usage. I usually just set max multiplier at 36 and then temps won't go above 80-82 tops while gaming. This is my curve (for both CPU and GPU):

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    "Hm speedshift does this much?"
    I was getting some stuttering when opening apps periodically, so I decided to try speedshift finally. I couldn't really tell what it did if anything at the beginning of having this GS65.

    However I now see more clearly it reduces the usual (I guess speedstep default?) min 2.2ghz processor speed down to 800mhz when its not being used. That's a big difference.. especially for battery use.
    The other thing I seem to notice is it's reducing my CPU temps by over 15C while gaming?
    Everyone always talks about undervolting and other things, maybe I just didn't notice yet that anyone said speedshift does that much for temps!
    While running TS Bench it doesn't show that, because its maxing usage, but in a game there is enough cpu variability usage to let it show through I guess?
    Try it.



    And a Separate Issues below:

    Also not sure why this happened... I haven't opened dragon center in a while, just have it on auto start with login.
    But today in game I was thinking hey my fans are sooo quiet, what changed? But my fps isn't 144.. I went in dragon center and my advanced fan curves were ALL set at 0!
    Thankfully they were still running at a minimum, temps were maxed and it was throttling.
    Not sure why that happened?

    Update..: I think I may have hit the hotkeys to change DC Profiles. It just happened again and I noticed because the profile changed to SRGB from Anti-Blue profile.. and fans were all down to 60%

    I also notice the BIOS and EC section on the MSI Support drivers page are not there right now. Hmmm>
     
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  7. Neothane

    Neothane Notebook Enthusiast

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    So I set my fan curves the same as yours. Here is what Aida64 shows for me.

    I maxed out at 92C, but my clock was hovering around 3.2GHz, and you can see throttling...
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    Neothane Notebook Enthusiast

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    For grins, I took my ratios down to 36, and I am still hitting 92C and it is still throttling! Grrrr....

    The only thing that worked for me was to disable turbo altogether during gaming that was both high multi-threaded cpu and high gpu. I only see a slight FPS drop but the temps are in the 70s to low 80s. If I let my CPU get near turbo, my temps force throttling.

    That all said, however, the CPU is throttling, but the game itself doesn't show signs of that happening. Which, I guess is OK....I just wish these things could go at full speed.
     
  9. Jesdga95

    Jesdga95 Notebook Enthusiast

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    What games are you hitting those temps on? I've been playing AC Origins recently which uses a good amount of both CPU/GPU and I've been getting okay temps with my current config (this is with the 90w bios for the GPU too):

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  10. Fastblack

    Fastblack Notebook Consultant

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    You have it locked at 60fps? Or is that the games max? That’s the biggest reason it’s low. Your gpu should be almost always maxed out.


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