The ThrottleStop Guide

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  1. GTMoraes

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    Thoughts, only?
    It seems to be losing the Bus clock for some reason. Maybe your board isn't refreshing it correctly, or throttlestop is having a very weird time retrieving it.

    Shouldn't do any harm. Just consider the first number and multiply it by 100 (which is probably your Bus clock) e.g. 31.75 x 100 = 3175MHz, ~3.2GHz


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    I just found out that by changing the white box with a 0 in the "TDP Level Control" line, on TPL window, to 2, boosts my minimum TDP before throttling from 15W to 25W, which is precisely what I needed!
    And it sticks after rebooting, sleeping and removing the charger, unlike XTU.

    Love this program.
     
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    Hey All and sir @unclewebb. Apologies in advance of this has been asked before. Is it completely safe for TS to run continuously even if one isnt stressing the their laptop/pc out? I read that the VRM's (above the CPU- small black chips- there are 5) take strain, get super hot and work much harder when the CPU is undervolted? Is this a Myth or is it true? Should I be worried. VRM's are very sensitive to heat etc.? Please inform me. Much appreciated and great work on TS. Screenshot_20180615-065530_Gallery.jpg
     
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    Che0063 has answered that already:

     
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    Thank you so much :) I'll continue to keep undervolting on even on idle
     
  5. captn.ko

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    Hi :) Thanks for this awesome app @unclewebb :) Iam using it for a while now with my i98950HK. I have only 1 Problem. When using Throttlestop my Speakers make strange (noisy) noise when playing Audio sounds. Is there any solution?
     
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    Is that a CONCAVE CPU staring me in the eye there?
    Since when are CPU cores CONCAVE?
     
  7. captn.ko

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    Or the lamp above could be....circular?
     
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    Or could be both?
    I saw an alienware setup that was shown with a (square/flat lamp, and the same curve (same exact curve) appeared on the CPU at the edges.
    Was a thread way back on the Alienware temp differential 6820hk thread. So I stand by convex.
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $$ on FILTH

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    Yeah, All silicon is convex, more like a pyramid. Of course Intel BGA is equal. They are just lower binned chips.
     
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    Found the Problem... dont touch the min cache clock with Throttlestop. If you do you get sound latency from hell...
     
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