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ASUS TUF FX505DV Benchmarks

Discussion in 'Laptops & Tablets' started by Steven Rimmington, Oct 12, 2019.

  1. snips86x

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    Not on me, but they're the same as the ones I've posted before. I guess I could test it by going -1000mv and that'll tell me if it's actually making the changes.
     
  2. michty_me

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    Which CPU is it again?
     
  3. Robdav

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    finally pulled the trigger on one of these yesterday. down to £899.. somewhere. Arrives tomorrow :)
     
  4. Steven Rimmington

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    Very nice! Brilliant price for a 2060 Laptop. I have MSI Afterburner installed as I game on Performance/Silent mode to help the noise, the GPU can clock + 159 on the core & + 620 on the Memory, this help a lot and only brings +4c temp.
     
  5. snips86x

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    8300H. I've spent the morning playing with it while in Destiny 2. I've gotten it to -620mv but I need to pop out so I'll finish it later

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    Stock Volts

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  6. snips86x

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    -1000mv and ran TS bench with 256M

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  7. michty_me

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    That's a fair undervolt. Something isn't right.
    Did you undervolt the CPU Core, CPU cache and intel GPU?
    If it isn't applied to all three settings, I would try going back to -0.120 applied to the Core and Cache and set the intel gpu to -0.060 and see how it goes.
     
  8. snips86x

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    Got to - 176mv on all 3 before TS Bench failed. I'll dial back the igpu undervolt and see if it changes but I'm already seeing 11c drop in overall temps.
     
  9. michty_me

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    That's more like it.
    Hopefully you find a stable setting shortly.
    Edit, just have to watch you don't lose performance with lowering it too much.
     
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2019
  10. Robdav

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    yep. got it up and running today. very happy with it. haven't had time to do much with it but I have just installed afterburner and will have a play :)
     
  11. michty_me

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    How are you both getting on?
    Any joy with a stable undervolt snips?
    I've settled on CPU/cache at -0.140 and igpu at -0.100 mainly due to it being a little unstable in certain games. Other games were happy with further but some are being picky.
    Temps are good and very stable now.
     
  12. snips86x

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    I've not touched it since last weekend. It doens't get used at home, just when I'm out or at the Mrs house.
    I'm heading back over to hers tomorrow so if I get some time, I'll keep testing.
     
  13. snips86x

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    Had a play this morning, while the Mrs was sleeping, and managed to get:
    • CPU -187mv
    • CPU Cache -187mv
    • Intel GPU -170mv
    Temps are pretty solid when benchmarking, 65c max using TS bench and this is what it look like while gaming - I did put the fans to max though, manually.

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  14. michty_me

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    Is it applied as the Turn On button is available? I assume it is with the lower temperatures.
    I've not tried with max fans on. I just let the fans be controlled by the CPU.
     
  15. Robdav

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    I've not fiddled with it at all so just using it as stock. it plays everything I can throw at it on "ultra" setting so very happy with that. Not too sure of FPS counts but every single game I've fired up plays really well :)

    Played so far:

    * Fallen Order
    * Control
    * Metro Exodus
    * older games such as skyrim (with mods), Dragon Age, Witcher 3 etc

    very happy with the laptop considering the cost :)

    now looking for a laptop for photoediting. looking at the Dell XPS 15 i9 4k oled 32gb which is retailing around 2.5k :(
     
  16. EdwardTobia

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    Just wondering how you clocked the monitor to 144hz?

    Got same laptop but blackscreens if I set it to anything over 136hz in CRU...
     
  17. Steven Rimmington

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    Hi Yes 144Hz is running perfect using CRU. Have you got the same model number?
     
  18. EdwardTobia

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    Nvm mate I got it running 144hz using auto lcd standard timings :) replaced paste for LM on both CPU and GPU and added Gelid GP-Extreme 1mm pads to replace that gunky stuff they use on the chips. Well happy now :)
     
  19. Steven Rimmington

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    Cool :) Is yours new and in warranty? My temps are good, never above 75c on CPU and 80c GPU with a big OC. How much have yours improved?
     
  20. EdwardTobia

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    Yes mines new and under warranty (obviously not under warranty anymore due to modding the cooling but its a risk some of us take).

    Those temps are good if on stock paste. My stock paste job was terrible and temps were hitting 95+ on cpu and around 88-90 on gpu, replaced with thermal grizzly at first then changed my mind and went LM with gelid gp-extreme thermal pads.

    My temps are around the same as yours now, you must be lucky!

    My next mod is to purchase another bottom cover and use a dremel to create more cooling slots (you'll know what I mean when looking at the bottom cover).