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    GL502VMZ UEFI Undervolting?

    EDIT: Worked around this issue by using Throttlestop + Task Scheduler. Will leave it up in case anyone does have an answer or runs into a similar problem.

    I cannot find any option to undervolt my GL502VMZ through the UEFI (current version 301). Like everyone else, I'm doing this to reduce heat the extraordinary load heat this computer generates (90+ celsius). I don't like Throttlestop and can't get Intel XTU to start up through the task scheduler, so I figured going through the UEFI would be the best bet. Anyone figured out how to do this on this model?
    Last edited by sansandreas; 04-10-2018 at 12:37 AM.

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