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  1. umbr@

    umbr@ Notebook Enthusiast

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    could you please do a benchmark with ATTO and tell us the speeds?
     
  2. Chika-chan

    Chika-chan Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have a problem! I have an undervolt of -135 and every time I unplug the charger the notebook goes off to the undervolt ... is there any way to solve this? It's very frustrating ...
     
  3. Ramihyn

    Ramihyn Newbie

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    Simple - the -135mV is too much. Step down to just -100mV, that's it.
     
  4. ZaiArgylle

    ZaiArgylle Notebook Geek

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    Yes to the noise, but the hinges look even to me
     
  5. Chika-chan

    Chika-chan Notebook Enthusiast

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    The problem is when I remove the charger, which shuts off, I guess because some mode of saving or something is applied, if I leave it in 100 it turns off the same
     
  6. custom90gt

    custom90gt Doc Mod Super Moderator

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    Do you have it set up to apply different profiles when switching to battery vs AC (in options)? If so, you need to set up your undervolt for each profile in FIVR.
     
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  7. ZaiArgylle

    ZaiArgylle Notebook Geek

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    Playing around with some battery settings. Aside from the performance drops due to lower power consumption, are there any other reasons why toggling battery saver on all the time wouldn't be advised? (risks, etc...)
     
  8. GTRagnarok

    GTRagnarok Notebook Evangelist

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  9. Plokko

    Plokko Newbie

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    I do agree:
    your pc may be stable on benchmarks but to be sure it's 100% stable you need to test it against a lot of condition like playing games or applications that may be more suscieptible to undervolting (there's not a global rule, just test it on everything you have, games usually do the job better than benchmarks).
    The fact that it crashes when switching to battery means it's not a stable configuration at all:
    repeat the test from -100mv and go down in small steps; when you find a stable configuration do test it for at least a week of normal usage because it may be unstable only in certain conditions and not only on heavy benchmarks ;)
     
  10. Paska Houso

    Paska Houso Notebook Enthusiast

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    Is this post in page 109 going to be updated with new BIOS/EC versions and download links? (Anc ControlCenter)

    There have been reports in the thread about new things.
     
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