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  1. PaulBN

    PaulBN Newbie

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    killerkhatiby009, thanks for all your help.

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    I copied killerkhatiby009's settings, running stock Overpowered 15+ with one stick of RAM.

    In game, however, I cannot seem to get past the 35W power limit with Speed Shift enabled. It hits 60W+ in Cinebench and TS Bench.

    FWIW, Overwatch settings are all Low, 75% rendered, HPET disabled, Nvidia Control Panel settings set to prefer High-performance Nvidia processor.

    Anyone know what my issue could be?
     
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  2. macky112

    macky112 Notebook Geek

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    Could you help me understand why you set speed shift to 84 on TS main page and then set SS range to be 1 to 41 on the TPL page?
     
  3. arcticjoe

    arcticjoe Notebook Deity

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    I would recommend disabling SpeedShift in TPL settings, that for me reduced the issue of CPU being throttled when gaming.
     
  4. stesteste

    stesteste Notebook Guru

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    Those are standard PL for 150W adapter, just install the 180W mod as explained in first post of page 1 and you will have 55/65 as default.
     
  5. stesteste

    stesteste Notebook Guru

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    What BIOS/GC versions are you running? I’m on an old BIOS version and with Gaming Center 1.1.16.4 from Eluktronics so could be usefull to know if newer versions have the same issue.
     
  6. arcticjoe

    arcticjoe Notebook Deity

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    Looks like I'm already running these, so the issue must be somewhere else... Which Linux distro do you currently run (I'm on Mint 19.1, running kernel 4.20)?

    EDIT: I am starting to think that my and your laptop's external ports might be wired differently - I get the same issue in both windows and linux, when Nvidia card is disabled iGPU fails to detect any monitors on either HDMI or DP ports.
     
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2019
  7. faiz23

    faiz23 Macbook FTW

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    100% stock Walmart image with November build

    Gaming Center: V1.2.2.1
    BIOS Version: N.1.05
    EC Version: 1.35.09
    Build 11/2018
    Product: OP-LP2
     
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  8. clone1008

    clone1008 Notebook Consultant

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    I figured that and have tried running Oemsev twice and those numbers don't change. But HWiNFO64 shows the correct PL1 and PL2 numbers.
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  9. TheTaxCollector

    TheTaxCollector Notebook Enthusiast

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    Quick Question, How loud are the brown switches on this laptop?
     
  10. Jacob Hawkes

    Jacob Hawkes Company Representative

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    The top case for the Recoil II can be repalced, yes, whilst the Vyper is more complex. We would always suggest returning your laptop for this work to be carried out.
     
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