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  1. Orhan Capas

    Orhan Capas Notebook Enthusiast

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    I did not change anything on laptop. It is same as the day I bought
     
  2. Kilador

    Kilador Notebook Consultant

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    If you have a 2080 you should probably get it because it's the one that runs hotter. Otherwise, the GPU runs cool enough with the 7-pipe version (70c in my case with the 2070). I don't think it will help with the CPU temp a lot.
     
  3. greninga

    greninga Notebook Evangelist

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    U need undervolt it with throttlestop.its easy and safe and give more life time to ur machine.all gaming laptop need undervolt.u will see -10c..if u need help ask
     
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    Is it cheaper anywhere else I can't find a model number on that page

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    Can I ask what are your undervolt settings?

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    -150 cache ,core too
     
  7. Kilador

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    @greninga what settings (Trfc, voltage, uncore, etc) did you use to reach 3200mhz ram frequency? Thanks!
     
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    greninga Notebook Evangelist

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    TRFC 570 ,uncore +125 and voltage stock 1,20. Memory ratio x 11 for 2933 and x 12 for 3200mhz. Exhatly same settings has and my stock gskills 3200mhz. If u see any blue screen ( I dont thing so) try Trfc 600. 2933mhz also give very nice boost.

    If u use throttlestop make system agent offset +125 for throttlestop dont get any crash. And maybe downclock ur cpu to.3,7ghz cause work faster and get higher temps.but 3,6 3,7ghz cpu with rams 3200 has same perfomance at games with i7 8750 5000mhz and stock rams lol..also dual channel rams it's big boost too
     
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    New owner here with new GE75 Raider-655 (i9 9880h/2080). What have you guys been seeing for operating temps when gaming? I bought this laptop as an upgrade to my 5 year old Asus ROG G-751 (970m/i7) and I expected it to be a significant improvement for my use, which is Destiny 2. I'm finding that the processor temps creep up to the 80's range on anything demanding, the GPU lags about 10 degrees behind. Is this normal? It seems to effect performance at that point. I may need some optimization. I expected this machine to not break a sweat running D2, as my old machine didn't struggle, albeit at lower graphics settings than this.
     
  10. Orhan Capas

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    @greninga I watched video guide and made same changes there. Now the watch begins. Any suggestions for 9750h ?
     
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