The ThrottleStop Guide

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by unclewebb, Nov 7, 2010.

  1. -BaTaB-

    -BaTaB- Notebook Consultant

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    AH, well you got me there then. I was hoping I could still get that 0.2 for free.

    So I guess everything is ok now. Time to downvolt.

    @Che0063 do you usually go with Prime95 + Furmark to load cpu+gpu?
     
  2. dondiato

    dondiato Newbie

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    Thank you very, very much!

    Yeah, it runs smoothly but sometimes it could be cooler in my opinion. I think it's not really software related though, it's more of a thermal paste issue. I'm just too scared to touch those screws at any rate as there is still a guarantee running...

    I've set my iGPU offset voltage equal to the Intel GPU offset voltage now. So far, good.

    Yet again, I have to say thank you and keep up the good work!
     
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    onrblbl Notebook Enthusiast

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    [​IMG]Could someone explane me how to put pictures please?
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    re23071998 Notebook Enthusiast

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    hi unclewebb,

    why settings on tpl window doesn't saved to each profile?
     
  5. Queen 6

    Queen 6 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I've an Asus ROG GL703GS i7-8750H on W10 Pro 1809 - 17763.134 it runs TS no problem if that's of any help. Get chance I've an Acer Switch 5 on 1809, although yet to run TS as it doesn't throttle being just an i3-7130U (passive liquid cooling). Acer limits the CPU to 70C, however the i3 doesn't come close to overwhelming the cooling solution.

    Ambient of 26C it will sit at 2.7GHz all day, equally no Turbo etc. TS might help to get a smidge more battery and as you say TS is a tremendously efficient monitor.

    Q-6
     
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    steberg Notebook Evangelist

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    Nice to see you here!

    This is the latest score from Corona, with the help of TS and it's new RwDrv.sys hack. Ran it yesterday.
    https://corona-renderer.com/benchmark/results/cpu/i7-8750h
     
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    Queen 6 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah I saw, can pass 300K Rays on Corona & 1277CB on CineBench R15, however if want to go higher think I'll need to use a modded OS. CPU holds a solid 3.9GHz with no thermal or power throttling.

    Q-6
     
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    Areitz Newbie

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    Hi everyone!
    I be using for many month Throttlestop 850 and today appears a text ''cpu not supported'' what can I do to solve this? I Try the last version and doesn't work appear other error.
     
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    onrblbl Notebook Enthusiast

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  10. unclewebb

    unclewebb ThrottleStop Author

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    @onrblbl - You need to under volt the CPU Core and CPU Cache equally. Your under volt settings are probably not doing anything. Here are 2 links to your pictures.

    https://i.ibb.co/5nXH8FD/Turbo-Power-Limits.jpg
    https://i.ibb.co/9qdGFZ1/Fivr.jpg

    I never got around to adding that feature. Maybe someday. Maybe not.

    Why not try using different IccMax settings for each profile? That should work and is very similar to setting power limits in watts.

    Download ThrottleStop 8.60 from TechPowerUp. That download also contains ThrottleStop 8.50.
     
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