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    extreme tuning monitor whilst playing Black ops 4

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    I've undervolted the laptop and still achieve really high values this laptop has only 1month and 1 week.
    I have no idea what to do whit it anymore

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    crack open the chassis and re-paste. There's videos on yt that walk you through the entire process. It's not bad at all. Though at one point it does require you lifting up a warranty sticker. I repasted mine with some kryonaut anyway and the results were quite dramatic.

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    Adjustments for overheating problem ASUS ROG Zephyrus M GM501

    I was struggling with heats before I made these adjustments without repasting.

    Update Bios to lates version.
    Undervolt it with Throttlestop

    Try to find your sweetspot. These are settings which I found from some forum. Work for me.
    Link to the forum: http://forum.notebookreview.com/thre...olt-it.825473/

    Speed Shift - EPP 128
    CPU core volt -125
    CPU cache -50,8

    REMEMBER USE TURBO RATIO LIMIT. Without it you will get some pikes.
    I use 32 for all cores.

    And of course use always fan overboost when playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arock! View Post
    I was struggling with heats before I made these adjustments without repasting.

    Update Bios to lates version.
    Undervolt it with Throttlestop

    Try to find your sweetspot. These are settings which I found from some forum. Work for me.
    Link to the forum: http://forum.notebookreview.com/thre...olt-it.825473/

    Speed Shift - EPP 128
    CPU core volt -125
    CPU cache -50,8

    REMEMBER USE TURBO RATIO LIMIT. Without it you will get some pikes.
    I use 32 for all cores.

    And of course use always fan overboost when playing.
    Thank you for this. This is crazy, but even after a re-paste with kryonaut on the CPU, I was still getting temps up to 97 degrees while gaming. After making this change, I recently maxxed out at 72 degrees, a 25 degree drop! That's such a dramatic difference that it almost seems as though applying these core changes fixes some sort of bug. I didn't even need to run the fans on overboost, just kept it on balanced.

    Now my system feels usable!!

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