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Extrymas21
09-29-2014, 10:35 PM
Hello,
I have this computer about two months and part of the time I am using it for studies, not only for games. Earlier I noticed, that some games sometimes reaches 85-90C temperature, but I solved it by setting vertical synchronization on most of the games. Today I worked with Adobe Premiere, and at the end of the work, I have to render my made project to a video. Intel extreme tunning utility program shoved that my cpu reached 99C temperature and ~4000rpm of cooler while I was rendering a project. I know it those temperatures ar e not normal, but maybe anyone knows anything that I can do without taking computer to warranty?

P. S. Sorry for my English. I am not very good at grammar.

hmscott
09-29-2014, 11:48 PM
Hello,
I have this computer about two months and part of the time I am using it for studies, not only for games. Earlier I noticed, that some games sometimes reaches 85-90C temperature, but I solved it by setting vertical synchronization on most of the games. Today I worked with Adobe Premiere, and at the end of the work, I have to render my made project to a video. Intel extreme tunning utility program shoved that my cpu reached 99C temperature and ~4000rpm of cooler while I was rendering a project. I know it those temperatures ar e not normal, but maybe anyone knows anything that I can do without taking computer to warranty?
P. S. Sorry for my English. I am not very good at grammar.

Extrymas21, it is a known issue with the Optimus G750's, with the GPU on the CPU active, as when rendering on Adobe Premiere, and a number of other similar programs, the CPU heats up and thermally throttles - which means you aren't getting full power / throughput when rendering.

This is the results thread, and the rest of the threads going back in chronological order (approx):

Things to try ~CPU overheating JM/JS/JZ models~
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?48594-Things-to-try-CPU-overheating-JM-JS-JZ-models&highlight=video+editing

Thermals for G750 JS model? - when dblk was looking to upgrade from the JM.
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?47093-Thermals-for-G750-JS-model&highlight=video+editing

Asus G750 jm compared to Asus G750 JS
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?46817-Asus-G750-jm-compared-to-Asus-G750-JS&highlight=video+editing

New Asus g750 with 860m
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?46377-New-Asus-g750-with-860m&highlight=video+editing

Rog g750 jm to js upgrade?
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?46715-Rog-g750-jm-to-js-upgrade

dblkk ended up getting an MSI, not what I would have suggested, I thought a JZ that has better cooling would have been better, but after going through so many JM/JS's I can understand his choice, and he is happy with his choice.

I hope the XTU info on how to undervolt, run the cores at 99% to disable Turbo, and set the Core Multipliers helps you. You can also tune the number of cores being used by setting the Affinity of the process that starts the rendering processes.

The first thing to try is to set up Intel XTU and set Core 3/4 multiplier to 30x instead of 32x - that seems to be enough to drop the temps on 100% load for rendering. Undervolting can help a bit more. To compensate you can also set the Core 0 to 36x - single threaded load.

If you have any questions after reading these threads, please let us know :)

Extrymas21
09-30-2014, 06:25 AM
Extrymas21, it is a known issue with the Optimus G750's, with the GPU on the CPU active, as when rendering on Adobe Premiere, and a number of other similar programs, the CPU heats up and thermally throttles - which means you aren't getting full power / throughput when rendering.

This is the results thread, and the rest of the threads going back in chronological order (approx):

Things to try ~CPU overheating JM/JS/JZ models~
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?48594-Things-to-try-CPU-overheating-JM-JS-JZ-models&highlight=video+editing

Thermals for G750 JS model? - when dblk was looking to upgrade from the JM.
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?47093-Thermals-for-G750-JS-model&highlight=video+editing

Asus G750 jm compared to Asus G750 JS
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?46817-Asus-G750-jm-compared-to-Asus-G750-JS&highlight=video+editing

New Asus g750 with 860m
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?46377-New-Asus-g750-with-860m&highlight=video+editing

Rog g750 jm to js upgrade?
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?46715-Rog-g750-jm-to-js-upgrade

dblkk ended up getting an MSI, not what I would have suggested, I thought a JZ that has better cooling would have been better, but after going through so many JM/JS's I can understand his choice, and he is happy with his choice.

I hope the XTU info on how to undervolt, run the cores at 99% to disable Turbo, and set the Core Multipliers helps you. You can also tune the number of cores being used by setting the Affinity of the process that starts the rendering processes.

The first thing to try is to set up Intel XTU and set Core 3/4 multiplier to 30x instead of 32x - that seems to be enough to drop the temps on 100% load for rendering. Undervolting can help a bit more. To compensate you can also set the Core 0 to 36x - single threaded load.

If you have any questions after reading these threads, please let us know :)

Thanks for your help. You gave me quite much information, so I will check it when I will have some free time and give you a respond. Thank you onece more. :)