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  1. Ahahah thank you anyway! And you're welcome,...

    Ahahah thank you anyway!

    And you're welcome, at a point I was feeling like this was my G751 :D
  2. If you put them to 100% manually through the...

    If you put them to 100% manually through the sliders, my suggestion is to set them to 98% and not 100%, as I said before and like my config file. The speed is the same (it's in the maximum...
  3. Yep, it's possible from the main GUI of NBFC,...

    Yep, it's possible from the main GUI of NBFC, once you click on Enabled

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    Make sure that NbfcService is running in Windows Services, I suggest you to set it on Automatic startup. This will...
  4. Wait, did you change Max Speed Value from 6 to...

    Wait, did you change Max Speed Value from 6 to 100 too? Otherwise of course they turn off, because the first speed threshold is at about 50, as I said in the previous post.

    Try this, I use it...
  5. Well! Actually more than 4 degrees less than...

    Well! Actually more than 4 degrees less than before, because before it maxed out at 96 C due to throttling, but it could go higher if it wasn't limited ;)




    Yes, you should be fine just...
  6. Ok for undervolting. Seems that you didn't get a...

    Ok for undervolting. Seems that you didn't get a very lucky chip, because usually Haswell can go a bit lower with undervolting, but -40 mV is better than nothing.
    For CPU stability, it's a bit of...
  7. "Well". 29 C is not low anyway. I remember some...

    "Well". 29 C is not low anyway. I remember some tests where it has been shown how ambient temperature has a direct influence on CPU/GPU temps. So, if room was 22 C, your system temps should be...
  8. Ok, now it's pretty clear. In the second...

    Ok, now it's pretty clear.

    In the second video, before cleaning and repasting, your CPU was throttling because of CPU temps. Intel CPU starts throttling at 93-94 C, and this kind of throttling...
  9. Mmm, this is strange. From your pictures,...

    Mmm, this is strange.

    From your pictures, thermal paste seems applied really well. I'm assuming that heatsink is well mounted and screws are tightened properly, and vents are clean.
    Anyway,...
  10. On the one hand, I know this is a bit tedious and...

    On the one hand, I know this is a bit tedious and it's not great to be stuck waiting for a new thermal paste, I have been through this.
    On the other hand, I'm happy that you're on the way to solve...
  11. Well, that hard to say just looking at the photo....

    Well, that hard to say just looking at the photo. I reported my experience of when I used pads and I had CPU temps issue (mostly on one specific core), and I suggested you to try with thermal paste...
  12. Well, you should let your fans revving so high...

    Well, you should let your fans revving so high only if needed, so with temps at 80+ C. With a good repasting, I assume your system will be quite cool and those speeds will be an extra, and not the...
  13. I know, I think I have opened it up dozens of...

    I know, I think I have opened it up dozens of times, now I can remove the motherboard in less than 20 minutes :D
    I'd give it a try, removing thermal pads. But it's your choice.

    You can try with...
  14. - 0.090 V is not a little undervolting, it's...

    - 0.090 V is not a little undervolting, it's already a good result if your system is stable. Mine is -0.80 V, just for.

    For Power limit throttling, you can raise the Turbo Boost Power from actual...
  15. I know that with 0.5 mm pads or with thermal...

    I know that with 0.5 mm pads or with thermal paste the VRMs are not well in contact with heatsink, but I gave priority to CPU and GPU die contact-pressure-cooling.
    Anyway, in my case, using thermal...
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    The problem is that the M.2 PCB and the 2.5 Sata...

    The problem is that the M.2 PCB and the 2.5 Sata PCB are at the same height. So you have to tilt them a bit, in the linked thread it seems that the M.2 is a bit bend downward, and the Sata 2.5 a bit...
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    That slot is not NVMe natively, so you can't boot...

    That slot is not NVMe natively, so you can't boot from that M.2 slot. You have to mod the BIOS and insert a little NVMe support module and reflash, you can find the guide here or on Win-Raid forum.
    ...
  18. My guess: you shouldn't have used the 1 mm pads...

    My guess: you shouldn't have used the 1 mm pads over the GPU VRMs. They are too thick to allow the right pressure and contact between CPU and copper CPU heatsink
    Maybe even the 0.5 mm could be too...
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    Until you use not conductive paste, you don't...

    Until you use not conductive paste, you don't have any problems with thermal paste on VRAM and VRMs. And most of the well-known thermal paste are not conductive, so go with the one you can afford...
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    With my G751JY, in these years, I used MX-4, IC...

    With my G751JY, in these years, I used MX-4, IC Diamond and now I have Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut (repasted a month ago).
    I had no problems with all of them and they are quite good in thermal...
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    Try this ...

    Try this http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4453/~/geforce-hotfix-driver-381.78
  22. TDP is a Power, and like all other Powers is...

    TDP is a Power, and like all other Powers is misured in Watts.
    Of course it can be electrical power, thermal power, and so on. But they are Watts.
    TDP is used to give an idea of how much heat the...
  23. Not every loads are the same. e.g. Realbench...

    Not every loads are the same.

    e.g. Realbench puts 100% load on every 8 threads, but I reach only 55 W max.
    Prime95, Linpack, or other stress test that use AVX2 instructions will put same 100%...
  24. As I said, its normal. I reached 85+ W with my...

    As I said, its normal.

    I reached 85+ W with my 4710 with stress tests that use AVX2 instructions.
    But after 2 minutes you reach really high temperatures and CPU starts to thermal throttling. So...
  25. You can use XTU, and set them to 50W/60W. A...

    You can use XTU, and set them to 50W/60W. A little improvement.

    Or use ThrottleStop, you have no limits, but you have to be careful because higher TDP = higher temps.
    However, check if you hit...
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