The "Undervolting" Guide

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by flipfire, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. TomJGX

    TomJGX I HATE BGA!

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    Use Throttlestop...
     
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    Hi, I recently decided to undervolt my lenovo thinkpad T460p i7-6700HQ processor and it seem to be great the the cpu and its cache is undervolted for 155mV using throttlestop but I wonder why I could undervolt its integrated GPU for 600mV without it crashing ( I mean I do stress test using aida 64 and furmark for a while ) , actually it would freeze instantly when I use XTU to do that for only 200mV. Is it the problem with throttlestop ? but -600mV value is really shown in the HWMonitor and when i use Cinebench R15 to do the OpenGL the temperature difference between a 600mV undervolted gpu and default voltage gpu is only 1 degree celcius, is there anything really wrong ?[​IMG]
     
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