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  1. stesteste

    stesteste Notebook Guru

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    Same as me. I've noticed that when I start gaming and PC goes in windows gaming mode that should kill some backround programs the uncore power goes to stable 4/5W. Then when I close the game immidiately goes back to 11W.
    The problem is surely some background program, don't know if NVIDIA related, and I've seen on internet other users having the same issue on other laptops with same CPU as this one.
    Is there any program that shows real time power consumption for every single app or background process?
     
  2. TheUberMedic

    TheUberMedic Notebook Consultant

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    Anyone managed to unlock the MaxQ RTX 2070 to the full mobile RTX 2070?
     
  3. Warp01

    Warp01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi, I've a weird issue, maybe some one else has the same.. if I choose "Do nothing" on the lid options, i close the lid, pc rightly "does nothing" but when I lift the screen again it remains completely black. I have to shut off and restart and screen is bright again...
     
  4. TPNTR

    TPNTR Newbie

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    Hi, I'm not sure if you've addressed this elsewhere but I'm having trouble with the program. It keeps saying mfc120u.dll cant be found even though it is in fact there. I've re-registered it via the Run program, "regsvr32 c://windows/system32/mfc120u.dll" but nothing. I've also
    re downloaded the dll and replaced it and nothing has helped. I've reinstalled RC2.0 but still nothing. It wont even open up now, just the loading dots show up and then it closes.
    How can I fix this?
     
  5. ditchmagnet

    ditchmagnet Notebook Consultant

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    Does anyone have any recommendations for getting full or near full performance when on battery? I'm trying to us VR in battery, but the experience is a little choppy.
     
  6. unclewebb

    unclewebb ThrottleStop Author

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  7. AyoMayo

    AyoMayo Notebook Enthusiast

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    If I remember correctly, the cause of this problem for one of the users here was an NVIDIA USB driver. Try to uninstall any of those drivers, restart, and see if that solves it.
     
  8. Blebleuh

    Blebleuh Notebook Geek

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    Ok i'm facing an annoying problem since this morning. I'm not sure my problem is really specific to this laptop or not, maybe one of you already encountered this one. If not I'll move to another thread.

    So I booted up my laptop, played some music and heard a ton of tiny cracks, sounding like if I had DPC latency. It seems to happen more or less depending on the sound source and the sound itself. Happens a lot in some soundcloud piano tracks, almost not at all in Overwatch, more or less with a media player, quite a lot with ableton live... No mater what I do, they're still here. Here is what I tried:
    • updated Windows through Windows update
    • uninstalled any Realtek audio related software displayed into program list
    • uninstalled every audio device into device manager
    • Tried several Realtek HD audio drivers :
      • 6.0.1.8573 (last available from Realtek, wont install)
      • 6.0.1.8519 (from Mechrevo drivers)
      • 6.0.1.8428 (from Overpowered drivers - i'm with their 1.05 BIOS - and from Eluktronic Mech15 G2 drivers)
      • 6.0.1.8405 from PCSpecialist drivers (from where I got my computer
    • Tried generic Microsoft High Def Audio device
    • Switched back to original 1.05 OP Bios (had the modded one before)
    The funny thing is that the sound is perfectly smooth in Mac OS, so it's purely a matter of Windows drivers.
    Didn't tried yet with an external soundcard, but I'm quite sure the problem is related to built-in audio.
    I never had SoundBlaster installed.
     
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  9. Paska Houso

    Paska Houso Notebook Enthusiast

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    You probably want to let people know which BIOS/EC combination you are using. Luckily, the mentalist in me can find it out by reading your mind: XMG 1.09/1.37.09. All that by looking at your username.

    Your solution is several posts in the past or here: https://www.mysn.de/driver/1_XMG/XMG_NEO_15_XNE15M18/BIOS/changelog_EC_1.38.09..txt (obviusly by using the files surrounding that one)

    I may of course be completely wrong, but you don't provide much to start with, not even under which operating system you do actually do things.
     
  10. Warp01

    Warp01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    My bios is American Megatrends inc. N. 1.02 , SMBIOS 3.1. It's a pcspecialist chassis, win 10 pro
     
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