The ThrottleStop Guide

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  1. Pedro69

    Pedro69 Notebook Evangelist

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    I dont know if you saw my posts but i found 2 more people with the same issue, one in GT72VR-7RE(same as me) and another on MSI GT72VR 6RE

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...u-throttling-to-800mhz-and-stuttering.813644/

    https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=299155.0

    I need find a way to check what is causing this issue.
     
  2. netsen90

    netsen90 Newbie

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    I am having a wierd issue with my Xeon E5-2690 v3. For some reason i am getting Current limit throttling even under virtually no load (1-5% cpu), and the Package TDP never goes beyond 75W during stresstest, even if its capable of 135W. I really need some help figuring this out. My motherboard is a Asrock X99E-ITX/ac with the latest BIOS.

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  3. Falkentyne

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    Change VR (CPU Current Limit) / ICCMax to 100-200 amps.
     
  4. Papusan

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

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    Could you post pict of your TS main windows, FIVR, TPL settings. Have you tried follow How to Lower Temperatures, Stop Throttling guide ?
     
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    karasahin Notebook Consultant

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    I am very disappointed that my i5 5200u doesn't undervolt well. I used to see here that people were able to undervolt up to -150mv but it seems sweetspot for this particular CPU is -50mv for me. I've tried -75mv and seemed okay for a long period of time but hanged while playing FIFA 18 and I had to do hard reset. How can I know when this would happen so that I might configure profiles? Any sign besides of system hanging?
     
  6. Pedro69

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    Now i only use TS to monitoring the Bd-Prochot, to edit values i use Bios....
    Im testing other things but if i not wrong when the Bd-Prochot appears my GPU and CPU never go high of 70ºC...im thinking now if not is something related with current or voltage.

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  7. Papusan

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    Bd-Prochot never appears if you run pure Cpu benchmark - stress tests (only with load on cpu and gpu)? I would put max values in bios and play with different Throttlestop settings (speed shift - EPP - voltage etc) as in mentioned guide. But don't run XTU when you use TS. You could as well test with XTU. But one software each time.
     
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  8. Coltaine79

    Coltaine79 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Vasudev. That's not the issue. SpeedShift is enabled fine via my TS, and setting EPP # works fine also. Also, TS is always running in the background (via Task Scheduler, it automatically runs on User Logon and I never close it)

    The issue is that, upon waking from "sleep/standby", when I open TS and check it, it appears that something in Win10 FCU has disabled SpeedShift and I need to manually re-enable it. If I forget to manually re-enable SpeedShift, then my post-wakeup computing session is done without SpeedShift.

    That's why I was looking for a way to automatically re-enable SpeedShift after waking up from sleep/standby (possibly "modern standby"). Since TS is always running (I never close it), the fact that TS can enable SpeedShift on startup will not help in this instance.
     
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  9. Pedro69

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    Well, i already have speed shift activated in my bios. I need know what values i need check to avoid Bd-Prochot.
     
  10. Vasudev

    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Looks like you are using hybrid shutdown aka Fast start. Disable that using powercfg -h off and see if it fixes the issue
     
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