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  1. Le Quan

    Le Quan Notebook Consultant

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    3.9Ghz is already max freq for 6 cores load, since the 8750H cant change multiplier. Maybe you will see the difference when stressing both CPU and GPU simultaneously
     
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  4. Cerreta28

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    Does any one know if this is the desktop version of the 2080 ? The 180w ?
     
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    No, this is a slightly throttled 2080, 150w. Not to be confused with the significantly more throttled 2080 max-q which is 80w.
     
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    Is the Alienware 51m full one then ?
     
  7. Le Quan

    Le Quan Notebook Consultant

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    why only Graphics scores are different? the mod only touches CPU, what makes the GPU performs differently?
     
  8. ryzeki

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    Those scores are within margin of error, and your CPU scores are basically identical. I don't think the "mod" affected anything in your CPU based on those results. The GPU results will vary from run to run and whatever the system is doing in the background.
     
  9. Lunatik

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    No idea but I did the following;

    Set AC Loadline between 5~10, this one decides how much the CPU should increase the voltage.
    Set DC Loadline between 5~10, this one decides how much the CPU should decrease the voltage.
    Set IMON Slope to 50
    Set IMON Offset to 31999
    Set IMON Prefix to "-", This is important, if you set it wrong you'll throttle like no tomorrow.
    Set VR Current Limit to 928
    Set TDC Enabled to Disabled
    Set TDC Current Limit to 0
     
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  10. ryzeki

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    Monitor your GPU usage, clocks etc during benchmarking, using something like MSI Afterburner. Those settings are for CPU and shouldnt affect GPU unless you are somehow eating a bit of the TDP of the GPU but I doubt that, its a stretch.
     
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