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  1. MrBeer

    MrBeer Notebook Enthusiast

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    If you want to use 3.9 just use liquid metal when I install my stick of ram g skill that's what I've done at the same time. Now my CPU temp stays at 82 to play battlefield 5
     
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    Many ppls say it's not safe and destroy the cooling system.it removes that bronze from cooling system.how long time u use it?
     
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    MrBeer Notebook Enthusiast

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    It all stains that copper that's all and you don't have to put a lot on you almost got to put it on like you would paint over something.
     
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    the thing is if you want to use your full potential of the laptop while gaming 3.9 the only way to get rid of the heat in most cases it's a use liquid metal that's why people are using it. The CPU in my opinion it's too big for the laptop and that's why there's so much heat. The CPU you're just too much power. And Intel CPUs are getting hotter and hotter every year they come out with a new one. So unless we buy bigger laptop with the other coolers there's not much that we can do.
     
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    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    You can also add a notebook cooler to help to transfer the heat quicker and more efficient.
     
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  7. Kilador

    Kilador Notebook Consultant

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    So from what I'm reading, overclocking the ram increases the CPU temperature?

    Thanks.
     
  8. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Deity

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    Not exactly.

    The bottleneck here is the ram speed. And when the bottleneck is removed by using faster ram/ overclocking the stock ram, the cpu can run faster and thus will generate more heat.
     
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    The IMC (integrated memory controller) resides on the CPU so pushing the ram will probably add some heat, usually not so much but if you're adding voltage to increase stability then yes it may add more heat.

    Back then with some computer configuration the IMC was on the motherboard but now it's back onto the CPU and IMC lottery will also determine how much you can OC further and lower or higher voltage.

    Example: Desktop motherboards advertising 4600-4800+ memory support but again it will depend on your CPU's IMC. My desktop can boot at around 4600, run at 4400 nicely but I keep it at 4000. If I would buy a kit let's say that advertises 4800 it won't be able to run at those speeds. Again so for desktop users it may be useless to buy 4600-4800+ kits if say the cpu's IMC can only handle 4000 or so.
     
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  10. Kilador

    Kilador Notebook Consultant

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    I wasn't happy with my CPU temperatures:
    Running @3.5Ghz and still getting +90c while playing BFV after undervolt and repaste.

    Saw everyone around here had better temps, so I bought a new heatsink on aliexpress just to give it a try.

    After installing it, I'm running CPU at full speed and temps don't go over 90c max during BFV sessions (78-82c average while playing)

    Now that I don't have thermal issues anymore I have to decide wether I should increase the TDP to maintain the CPU top speed OR overclock the ram frequency (I have HyperX impact). Don't think I can do both at the same time without liquid metal.

    Any recommendations?
     
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