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    My ROG GL703GS hardly reaches 85C when fully loaded (CPU in isolation 75C), with a -140mV undervolt. Each CPU is unique, so there's no way to present an optimal value for the undervolt. The GL703GS undervolt can go as deep as -155mV, although to ensure stability I run it with an offset of -140mV. It has yet to crash or BSOD etc. in over six months of heavy profeshinal use, on all performance profiles or battery.

    Doubts? -140mV undervolt,Turbo limits unlocked, CPU PL-1 reset to 65W, default being 45W. Under Prime95 Small FFT stress test CPU remains to be in limits with no thermal throttling...
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    This is a highly unrealistic scenario, with a massive synthetic load applied to the CPU. You will never push the CPU to such extremes under normal use or while gaming. As by default the 45W PL-1 limit will cut in at the 28 second point.

    CPU on my GL703GS levels out at mid 70C as can be seen below with default Turbo limits, with -140mV undervolt.
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    Cinebench R15 & Prime95 running simultaneously, zero throttling.

    CineBench R15 Undervolt with the default 45W PL-1 limit in place, you can expect results similar to this, which is strong for the 8750H, newer chipsets can push as high as 1300CB
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    Passing 3000K Rays with Corona Renderer.
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    GL703GS, 32GB, GTX1070, NVMe & SSHD, W10 Pro 1809 - ambient temp approx. 25C, stock paste

    Last edited by Queen6; 03-13-2019 at 07:01 AM.

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