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  1. Papusan

    Papusan Jokebook's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on Filthy

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    powerofviva Notebook Consultant

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    What drivers are you trying to keep updated? If you're not having issues with software, why change anything?
     
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    powerofviva Notebook Consultant

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    Its looong time that i am having problem with realtek audio. It generates "tik" sound after I stop the video. e.x you tube. Also sometimes it generates randomly.
    I tried allll the solutions but didnt work. The only solution is remove the realtek driver, but as you know the quality of sound will be decrease drastically.
    So, that is the reason.
     
  5. Papusan

    Papusan Jokebook's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on Filthy

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    I know you have MSI, but maybe ask bro @j95 for advices in his REALTEK HD AUDIO MOD For Clevo thread. I'm sure he will help.
     
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  7. leo zefei

    leo zefei Notebook Geek

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    May I ask why do I have current limit throtting while I playing BF1? Is this a normal limit that prevent my cpu from damage? Should I unlock it?
    The cpu wasnt overheated and it didnt reach the power limit.

    By the way, in the XTU, it says my memory frequency is 2133MHZ,but in bios and windows task manager, it says 2400MHZ, which one is true?
     

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    Change ICCMAX to 200 amps. And why are you using XTU? No reason to use that unless you absolutely have to undervolt. (better off using Throttlestop to do this).
    In Bios, ICCMAX is VR Current Limit (OC) section, divided by 4, so 800 = 200 amps.
     
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    leo zefei Notebook Geek

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    Thank you.
    I have set it to 800, but in BF1, it stil shows current limit throtting.
    Should I set it to a higher value? Will it damage my GT73?
     
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