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TheKnight
09-26-2015, 06:58 AM
So basically, every once in a while (while on google, it hasn't been observed while gaming) my laptop will lose the connection to the internet and find it very difficult to reconnect. Sometimes I have to restart my pc. I recently did this https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?75388-Need-help-with-my-internet-to-reduce-ping-while-playing-games. Is this the reason why this is happening?What can I do to undo these changes(if the changes are the cause of the problem)? Also, while idle or on google my CPU temps are 40-52 C and my GPU 40-52 as well. While gaming my CPU goes to 70-76 ( it goes up to 80 or even 90 C ONLY in BF4, I use ultra settings) and my GPU from 70 to 76 too (it may go 78-80 ONLY in BF4, I use ultra settings). All temps where measured by HWinfo64, the other games I play are Arma 3, Dying light, AC unity, LoL and Minecraft {in these games I get CPU 70-76, GPU 70-76 degrees}and I'm planning on buying the Witcher 3. I have the G751JY-T7132H,with Windows 10,I haven't modified anything in the laptop, everything updated (BIOS, windows updates, nvidia geforce updates ,everything is updated). Please help me with the internet problem and tell me if my temps are good-normal. Thank you for reading this and I hope you will help me.

Edweird
09-26-2015, 09:53 AM
I don't know about the internet issue - may be router related. I had to turn off some stuff related to DNS and DHCP on mine to have no issues.
The temps are relatively normal. Expect to see the same ones while playing The Witcher. The GPU ones are completely fine, the CPU ones are a tad high. Recommend using Intel XTU to drop core voltage offset by at least -75mV.

Gps3dx
09-26-2015, 11:58 AM
about the internet problem... its more like a wifi card problem i think.
With what driver are you currently running ? ( i.e the intel wifi card )
if it isn't a driver from the past month of so, provided by INTEL (not MS!) then goto intel support site and download intel Proset driver for win 10 x64 (https://downloadcenter.intel.com/search?keyword=Intel%C2%AE+PROSet%2FWireless+Softw are+for+Windows%C2%AE+10)
i'm currently working on my intel AC 7620 wifi card with intel driver v18.20.0.9 date 23/8/15 everything is ok ( I don't play online, but I do download @4Mb/s+ without any problems.

TheKnight
09-26-2015, 01:38 PM
about the internet problem... its more like a wifi card problem i think.
With what driver are you currently running ? ( i.e the intel wifi card )
if it isn't a driver from the past month of so, provided by INTEL (not MS!) then goto intel support site and download intel Proset driver for win 10 x64 (https://downloadcenter.intel.com/search?keyword=Intel%C2%AE+PROSet%2FWireless+Softw are+for+Windows%C2%AE+10)
i'm currently working on my intel AC 7620 wifi card with intel driver v18.20.0.9 date 23/8/15 everything is ok ( I don't play online, but I do download @4Mb/s+ without any problems.

I went to device manager and clicked update driver in my intel AC 7260 and it gave me version 18.11.08 date: 6/22/2015. Let's hope it works. And it's not a problem with my router because my mother's not having any problems but I need you (if it's not much trouble for you) to reassure me that it hasn't to do with what I did in the link I provided in my 1st post. Thank you for your time.

TheKnight
09-26-2015, 01:40 PM
I don't know about the internet issue - may be router related. I had to turn off some stuff related to DNS and DHCP on mine to have no issues.
The temps are relatively normal. Expect to see the same ones while playing The Witcher. The GPU ones are completely fine, the CPU ones are a tad high. Recommend using Intel XTU to drop core voltage offset by at least -75mV.

Thanks for replying and I'm really glad that the temps are normal and I don't need to repaste :D . As for the CPU that happenes only in BF4 so I guess it has to do with that particular game. Thank you for your time.

TheKnight
09-26-2015, 03:41 PM
I think that the update resetted what I did here https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?75388-Need-help-with-my-internet-to-reduce-ping-while-playing-games. I'm not sure. Is it possible for the update to do this?

thetanaz
09-27-2015, 02:07 AM
The GPU ones are completely fine, the CPU ones are a tad high. Recommend using Intel XTU to drop core voltage offset by at least -75mV. It is still beyond my comprehension how you guys get the voltage offset that low.Do you mean both core and cache clocks because with me everything below -30 is RIP.
edit:So yea it's just the core clock when I didn't undervolt the cache it works stable so u can do that also.