Discussion in 'Laptops & Tablets' started by Steven Rimmington, Oct 12, 2019.
I guess you now need to look into MSI afterburner to run the GPU at an undervolt. Same as myself.
I looked at that yesterday. I thinks voltage locked so need to see how to overcome it.
I'll be giving this a go over the next few days when I get a spare while.
That looks quite tedious...let me know how you get on.
In other news, I spent 4 hours playing at -250mv and not a single issue. Laptop probably won't get used again until the weekend so I'll keep going then.
I thought it didn't look to bad really. I'll give it a try tonight.
heres a couple of scores with no over clocks
hmm trying to get the pictures to come up.. a little slow today i am
Well just been playing about with throttlestop and MSI afterburner and after a few trial and errors it appears that with throttlestop only, CPU was hitting near mid 80s with full GPU temps hitting around 75deg with approx 65% GPU usage in game.
I used Afterburner and limited my GPU voltage to 0.875V with a clock of 1820Mhz. It seems stable enough. Temps now CPU-78deg GPU 68/69Deg with a game at max settings.
Thought I would do a heven bench mark run to see if it had any detrimental effect on my GPU after playing with Afterburner.
Standard but run as soon as booted as everything was cold.
Third run in a row with CPU and GPU undervolt Max voltage 850mV. Notice, The min FPS stutter has gone. Max temp was 73deg. I'll maybe nudge the voltage up a little and test again with a higher clock speed.
quite impressed with single score
Can any laptop benchmarks join this thread or only Asus?
I think the OP was mainly interested to see what benchmarks Laptops in the region of £1000 and under were achieving from what I gathered but go ahead.
Well I went ahead and repasted anyway as it was open getting a new Nvme 1TB and 2TB SSD fitted.
Also put K5pro on the vrms with kryonaut on the CPU and GPU.
Temps from gaming both undervolted dropped.
Tested with Battlefield 1 on the same missions.
CPU: approx 78deg GPU: approx 72 Deg
CPU: approx 62deg GPU: approx 58 deg
Happy with that and barely any fan noise.
I think it will be a good idea
Been very impressed with the Ryzen + RTX 2060 combo been playing the new COD and getting excellent performace gaming on my 4K TV also been playing alot of GTA5 in 4K and hitting 40-50FPS in Very High with all the good stuff on, been a very CPU intensive game the 4 core Ryzen is doing well.
Nice!! That's impressive. I'm hoping to get the new modern warfare for playing away too. Enjoying this.
I am really suprised just how will it plays games for the money I spent. The only issue is battery life! Its poor ha but I guess thats the trade off.
Absolutely, it will probably run at a reduced rate due to running on battery. If it's running off the mains you may see a performance increase too.
I don't think my undervolt is working. I ran it at -320mv last weekend and the results are the same. Can't see any change to the voltage regulation either.
I don't think it is if you are undervolting by that much. It should have blue screened well before that figure. Got any screen shots of Throttle stop?
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