The ThrottleStop Guide

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

  1. Fernando Pena

    Fernando Pena Notebook Enthusiast

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    @unclewebb
    Have you ever heard of Lenovo throttling the RX550 in Thinkpads on newer bios versions?
    On the E series they started to throttle the dGPU since bios 1.14.
    Is there a way to control/revert this using Throttlestop or changing dGPU parameters is off the table?
     
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    terrorific Notebook Guru

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    @unclewebb what is ring edp other and core edp otther? and PP0?
     
  3. tilleroftheearth

    tilleroftheearth Wisdom listens quietly...

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    A little elbow grease, plus using google, is required. ;)


     
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    terrorific Notebook Guru

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    Trust me I've tried.
     
  5. unclewebb

    unclewebb ThrottleStop Author

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    @terrorific - I have to agree with @tilleroftheearth
    The NBR forum has a wonderful search feature that is easy to use. Here is an easy way to find out if I have ever talked about EDP Other before.

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    Yes indeed. It looks like I have been saying the same stuff over and over and over again.

    Try increasing it and see if it makes any difference.

    I am not familiar with Lenovo's latest throttling schemes. ThrottleStop is mostly for controlling Intel CPUs.
     
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    opayaa Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello,

    I'm getting this error after following all the steps creating new task scheduler for TS, searched on google but can't fix it. It says "One or more specified arguments are not valid".
    Can someone help me?
     

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    Fernando Pena Notebook Enthusiast

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    Ok. Is this parameter in Watts like the other limits? Maybe I can replicate the same value from PL2 for example.
     
  8. opayaa

    opayaa Notebook Enthusiast

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    I could fix it by changing to SYSTEM in general tab (screenshot below). Now the problem is when computer starts the TS icon is missing in system tray. TS starts running, I can see on task manager and Undervolt is always applied when computer starts, only the Icon is missing. I need to open TS manually to get the icon visible.
    If someone knows how to fix this please tell me.
    Thank you.
     

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  9. Jdpurvis

    Jdpurvis Notebook Evangelist

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    On first page of Throttlestop, make sure the "Taskbar" option is checked. Otherwise, TS will be open, but without the icon.

    Best,

    Joe
     
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    opayaa Notebook Enthusiast

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    Didn't solve. I would like to have the icon on Notification area only, not on Task bar. With this option checked the icon is visible both on Not. Area and Task bar, but they still don't load when PC starts, I need to open TS manually to keep them visible. Also, in TS options, I have 'Notification Area Icon' checked.

    It's not a big deal since TS is working correctly, I just would like to have the icon on Not. Area when PC starts.

    Btw, I don't have TS task on Task Manager > Startup. Isn't supposed to be there?
     
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