Throttlestop Undervolt Profile Windows 10

Discussion in 'Windows OS and Software' started by Kiliano Cinelli, Feb 24, 2018.

  1. hmscott

    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    There are lots of other benchmarks and CPU / GPU load generators besides XTU... but as long as you don't change any CPU settings in XTU - don't set, don't Apply, don't Save, then the stress and benchmark tools alone won't interfere with TS. At least it's worth trying... ;)

    AIDA64, Prime95, OCCT, and other work fine, but you'll need to read up on them and disable AVX/AVX2/FM3 to avoid overstressing your CPU, but if you do run rendering or other software that normally uses those CPU extensions then go ahead and leave them enabled for load testing.
     
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    Oh ok awesome!!! I don’t see it anywhere that’s why I was asking! I look for it! I’d rather use a benchmark in the program I use to undervolt.. thank you very much!!
     
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    Ok awesome! I’ve heard of a couple of those before but never tried any, do you use any of them? Which one do you think is the best choice for a 7700HQ?
     
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    How hot is your i7 getting??
     
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    Hey, sorry I missed responding to your question, and now it's been months so I am hoping you didn't wait around for the answer. :)

    Which tool did you end up trying?

    I use XTU, but some people like TS, and both will work for undervolting just fine.

    Howz it going? :)
     
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