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  1. demon09

    demon09 Notebook Enthusiast

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    got a 1298 score but just cant touch that guy on hwbot with number 1 and his 3000 mhz ram. do you know if the op 17+ supports 3000 mhz ram?
     
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    macky112 Notebook Geek

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    quick question, does power TDP affect performance if the laptop can maintain 3.9ghz under load? say 65W vs 75W while both wattage the laptop is maintaining 3.9ghz?

    like, if my OP 17+ can maintain a constant 3.9ghz under load at 65watt TDP, is there any reason/benefit to change it to 75watt TDP?
     
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    wow, mind sharing your settings and tweaks to achieve that score?
     
  4. demon09

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    woot I did it boi's number 2 no hope to touch that top guy tho. the settings I ran are not 100% stable on battery since the stability for bigger core offsets has issues if it falls below or really close to 500mv but it runs fine on battery https://hwbot.org/submission/403577...___r15_core_i7_8750h_1300_cb?recalculate=true biggest thing that helps mine was upping the max turbo wattage under that tab so that it didnt go off 3.9ghz
     
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    if it hits spikes of over 65 watts enough it will throttle it but in anything real world if just games you wont hit over that. but for bench marking putting it to 75 with an undervolt keeps you from going under 3.9ghz during the whole test
     
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    Well my best so far. It hits 1279 about 5 times now. It averages 1275. But I think that's pretty good

    Core -.250
    Cache -.130
    Agent and igpu are at -.50
    Boost power max 64
    Short power max 84
    Turbo Time Limit 56

    It's interesting. From what I've heard, core and cache should be equal. But this has been the most stable, and runs the coolest during Multiple games of BF 5.

    Would there be any negative effects of having my core and cache values this way?
     

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    hmm did touching agent drop anything? I left that alone but I did move my boost power to 75 just for the fact that cinbench would hit 72 at times
     
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    From what I know some machines require them to be the same but not all. In some cases it will also just use the lower of the 2 values when they are set differently. I'm not sure of a way to 100% confirm if the undervolt is actually working correctly and how the OP laptop works besides doing some tests and seeing if it makes any difference. @unclewebb can definitely help with clarifying this a bit more. I have mine set slightly differently too since I was having some BSOD when I had the Core and Cache set to -0.125V.
     
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    So... is it the goal to find the lowest TDP that would avoid any kind of throttling, and anything above that would just generate more heat with no advantage?
     
  10. oneintheblack

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    Well having the values set differently is definitely making a difference as far as thermals are considered. So it has to be doing something atleast. I saw about a 5 degree drop in Tempature with an offset value. If I keep them equal the most I can undervolt is -.146. Core/cache

    Just a side note. While playing games. I'll bring the boost power max to 45-52w. It will hold 3.9 in BF 5 with max tempature of 88 with auto fans. Average would be 80ish
     
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