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  1. greninga

    greninga Notebook Consultant

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    Undervolt it with throttlestop u will see -10c
    Easy to do it,1 minute u need

    Bf5 it's heavy CPU game.
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2019
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  2. greninga

    greninga Notebook Consultant

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    Well rams 32gb cl18 3200mhz its damn big boost in games.

    Bf5 stock rams ultra 110 115 frames
    Bf5 gskill rams 32gb 3200mhz cl18. 140 150 frames. Exactly same place same settings at game.
    But here we have problem.

    Stock rams CPU temp 78 max 80.
    Gskill rams CPU temp 88 -90

    I read this is normal cause CPU works faster and harder than stock rams.its like CPU overclock

    Damn and I dont want use LM
     
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  3. IvanPetrov

    IvanPetrov Notebook Enthusiast

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    Is there any way to change the Temperature Limit itself for RTX 2080 in MSI GE75 Raider 9SG?
    GPU-Z says, that Current, Default and Maximum Temperature Limits are 87C and, also, that there is some Adjustment Range.
    I would like to lower this limit it to something about 83-84C.
    But I can't figure out, how to aplly any sdjustments to the temperature limit.
    For example, MSI Afterburner's slide for Temp. Limit is just grayed out.
     
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2019
  4. etrock

    etrock Newbie

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    я ж тебе говорил сделай андервольтинг ГПУ)) ограничь напряжение на 0,9в или на 0,8в
     
  5. IvanPetrov

    IvanPetrov Notebook Enthusiast

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    Есть некоторые сомнения на этот счет. Хочу, чтобы просто троттлилось на другой температуре.
     
  6. etrock

    etrock Newbie

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    тогда сделай примерно так

    ыфвфыв.jpg
     
  7. Valiran

    Valiran Notebook Enthusiast

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    Guys can you make the effort to speak english please?

    Envoyé de mon SM-N975F en utilisant Tapatalk
     
  8. IvanPetrov

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    You can use Asus gpu tweak 2 to reduce the temperature limit.
     
  10. IvanPetrov

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    Found an interesting command: nvidia-smi.exe
    And for my GPU it gives a very interesting output:

    C:\Windows\system32>nvidia-smi -q

    ==============NVSMI LOG==============

    Timestamp : Thu Dec 05 22:16:24 2019
    Driver Version : 441.20
    CUDA Version : 10.2

    Attached GPUs : 1
    GPU 00000000:01:00.0
    Product Name : GeForce RTX 2080
    [....blah-blah-blah....]
    Temperature
    GPU Current Temp : 46 C
    GPU Shutdown Temp : 99 C
    GPU Slowdown Temp : 94 C
    GPU Max Operating Temp : 87 C
    Memory Current Temp : N/A
    Memory Max Operating Temp : N/A
    =======================================

    GPU Slowdown Temp 94C?!
    I thought, it burns in flames at 88C.
    Well, in this case, my 83C in games are pretty cool..:))

    Also, CPU power limits in BIOS are strange, as for me:
    CpuPowerLimits2.jpg CpuPowerLimits3.jpg CpuPowerLimits1.JPG
    PL1 and PL2 = 200W??
    Max Turbo Power Limit = almost 4096??

    Loaded Optimized Defaults, updated BIOS to E17E2IMS.117 from msi.com website - still have 200W PL1 and PL2..

    And IccMax'es in XTU are up to 140A...
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2019
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