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  1. macmyc

    macmyc Notebook Consultant

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    Does anyone have issues with HDD freezing for some seconds while playing games? I wrote more about this here
     
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    plee82 Notebook Evangelist

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    Go to the Intel Rapid Storage application. Go to the Performance tab. Disable Link Power Management.
     
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    Did that once and other than having increased temperatures it didn't help, the issue comes back for some reason. I have noticed it less than before though so i'm not sure what triggers it..

    EDIT:

    I went into windows defrag and optimize application and noticed that the same day i received a that iAStore.sys warning it had just done an automatic optimization. I have it set to start monthly and it shouldn't do that unless it's in idle, could it be that?

    https://support.microsoft.com/am-et...enter-hangs-after-choosing-disk-to-defragment

    i know it's for an old version of windows but meh..
     
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    If you are using the balanced profile in Windows you will need to do the same in the windows power management settings (disabling power management on your drive)
     
  5. macmyc

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    Already done
     
  6. Sid Shah

    Sid Shah Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi, i have been using by gt62 for a while now and i had a few queries for my fellow experienced users.
    1. What are the safe highest temps for the gpu? (nvidia gtx 1070)
    2. What are the safe highest temps for the cpu? (i7-7700)
    3. should i leave the fan speed at auto or should i put it at advanced? (dragon centre)
    4. I have modified my fan curve (from dragon centre) so the fan speed increase with increasing temps and at "red" temperature region the fans kick upto 94-98%. Is that good for the lifespan of fans?
    5. Does the "turbo" mode in dragon centre really improves gaming performance? And is it good for the machine?
    Please answer these queries as i don't want my fans (or any other component) to fail just because of my unnecessary overuse....
    PS: my gaming sessions last from 5-10 hours at max and i only play at ultra settings (titanfall 2 ONLY) and high (rest of any/all games) settings
     
  7. lacko24

    lacko24 Newbie

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    Hey guys,
    I need help. I have an MSI GT62, (i7-6700,32 gb ram,GTX 1070) In the last few days without using any application or game my videocard is running on 57%... Iam afraid its a virus or something like that. Do you know any application that checks what using my hard drivers?
    Thank you,
    Regards,
    Laszlo
    Here is picture about the problem: https://imgur.com/a/DwU5I
     
  8. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $$ on FILTH

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    Post pict of Task manager processes. You shouldn't have 12% Cpu load if you don't run any applications.
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  9. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Examine the processes in task manager as what Papusan said. If there are processes that are hogging high CPU resources most likely it's also these hogging GPU resources, then try to figure what they are from there.
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $$ on FILTH

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