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  1. Audicted

    Audicted Notebook Enthusiast

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    I've used one of those blank profiles.

    It's shift is on "Turbo"

    The CPU fan curve is advanced, with %30 - 50 - 70 - 80 - 100 - 140.

    Their RPM's are: 6000 fan 1 - 4800 fan 2

    But this time, GPU usage varied around %50 and the temp was 69. CPU usage was %40 - %50 and the temp was 80 after 1-2 minutes of gameplay. I think i was in a very heavy area the last time i've done the test not sure.

    If i switch to cooler boost mode: fan RPM's are 6000 fan 1 - 6400 fan 2,
    and when the GPU usage is %90, GPU temp is 70.
    CPU Usage %40, CPU Temp varies between 75-80 after 5 minutes of gameplay.

    CPU clock is always at 3.9 Ghz.

    ThrottleStop has not been launched at all after restart. (So that means no undervolt right?)

    So yeah, ozbdfdqj might have a problem with his device.
     
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  2. supermain

    supermain Newbie

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    Ok I will try those thank you.
     
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    supermain Newbie

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  4. RicardoTeixeira

    RicardoTeixeira Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes I am experiencing this issue and it's more common when I am on YouTube. I didn't find a solution yet.
    I was wondering if there is an app to update all the MSI hardware drivers on Windows 10... @Phoenix
     
  5. Skylake_

    Skylake_ Notebook Consultant

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    Relased today a new BIOS


    New BIOS : E16Q2IMS.10C
    ROM CheckSum : 0x7B5D
    Release Date : 2018/07/06

    ;--------------------------- Description ------------------------------------;

    1. Improve the stability of the panel display.
     
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  6. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    I've experienced this when I was on E16Q2IMS.105, after updating BIOS to E16Q2IMS.10A I don't see this problem anymore.

    To get it fixed, you'll need to do CMOS clear, it worked for me every time when I was on E16Q2IMS.105:
    1. Unplug power cable
    2. Hold down the Power button for 30 sec ~ 1 min, at this time if you don't have the power cable plugged in you should not be able to turn on the laptop.
    3. Plug in the power cable and turn on the laptop, it should be fixed.
    Please note that doing this action will reset the date in the BIOS back to 01/01/2015, but the BIOS will obtain the newest time and date once it boots into Windows, so don't need to go into the BIOS to set the time and date again.
     
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  7. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    I see, thanks for the thorough explain. Glad to know that I'm seeing the real voltage reported by the CPU with this tweak.
     
  8. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    By the way, we will never be able to see the full version of change log but minimized/reduced version of it. This is why it's always recommended to go with the latest and greatest if we can. If it's released, it usually made for the better than worse.

    Here's an example of a full version log.
    Code Base:4.6.5.3_VEB_1AQPM037
    ME FW version:Intel Management Engine Firmware Release x.x.xx.xxxx
    UMA Vbios version:2175
    GOP driver version:5.0.1032
    PXE OpROM version:Bigfoot-pxe-v2.1.1.5
    UEFI PXE driver:LxUndiDxe-X64-v1.1.0.4
    Verb Table version:HDACfg-0892-xxxx10EC_201x0123_Realtek LOGO
    UEFI Raid Driver : 1x.7.0.1936
    Raid Oprom : 1x.7.0.1936
    Bios Source:ExxxxIxx20xxxxxx_CRB37.RAR
    AMI VEB Tools Label: 4.5.5_TOOLS_40
    Compiler Tool(s): Microsoft¡¦s Windows Driver Kit (WDK) Ver. 7600.16385.1
    ;------ Description ------;
    ;---------------------------------------------------
    1.Add "Intel Virtualization Technology" option on BSU.
    2.Add the info of "Intel VT-x Technology" on BSU.
    3.Modify GC mode list to fix win7 logo issue on UEFI with CSM mode.
    4.Modify Ctrl + Home recovery BIOS behavior.
     
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  9. bagelboy62

    bagelboy62 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Have you had any issues with the wifi adapter not being present after waking from suspend?
     
  10. mario64

    mario64 Notebook Evangelist

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    Thanks Kevin. I may wait for others to test this first. My system is running cool and quiet. I want to find out if they made any changes to the fan profile which cause it to run louder
     
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