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    Managed to undervolt to -79.1mV error free when Turbo Ratio Limits @ 35.
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    Laptop (Model)ASUS ROG STRIX SCAR II GL504GW
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    ProcessorIntel Core i7 8750H @2.20GHz
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    Hello all,

    Mind if i ask about my case, Check the attachment.
    (its for a session of playing (BF1-Multiplayer) _ Settings set as ultra preset Dx 12, HDR off. (FPS - range between 100-120) For about 1 to 1.5 hrs.

    Do i need to worry that these temperatures? will they affect the laptop on the long run?. I bought this laptop for Work/ light gaming (maybe 1 hour or 2 hours tops non-frequent).
    Should i do the same steps or similar to Queen6's or KhuloodF's recommendations?

    Thank you,


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    98 degrees is very hot... Consider undervolting, cooling pad or thermal compund replacement.

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    undervolt maybe the best option

    1. warranty may void when repasting; depends on asus repaste policy on your country
    2. 3rd party thermal paste may dry out after 2-3-4 months; could be due to different factors;air, pressure gap, excessive temperature drying out the grease faster, etc.

    with undervolt im getting 80-90 degree max during gaming.
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    So I got this machine a while back and experienced the same high thermals and impact on performance others did. Have done the following:

    - Updated the firmware/bios.
    - Undervolted the CPU Core & Cache (can't get deeper than -51.3 mV without errors at 12M in TS Bench).
    - Undervolted the iGPU (left it at -49.8 mV which saw advised for this).
    - Undervolted the GPU (1900 Mhz @ .912 mV with a smoothed out curve preceding this, wasn't able to get lower than 1840 Mhz @ .868 without BSODs).
    - Power Plan locked to Balanced in the Registry.
    - Armoury Crate profile set to Turbo as default.
    - Cooling pad and raised off desk.
    - OS optimised with unneeded apps & services etc removed.
    - Using Razer Cortex (probably not necessary) to boost game performance (frees up RAM, kills various background services during gaming).

    Still not entirely happy with thermals as it regularly goes into the 90s in games like Apex Legends or Vermintide II. Also performance is good but still not sure it's as good as it should be given the spec.

    Anything else anyone can think of to maximise performance vs thermals on this machine short of a thermal repaste as Asus Support have said in the UK that would definitely void the warranty? Does changing the memory clock make any difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ripsa View Post
    So I got this machine a while back and experienced the same high thermals and impact on performance others did. Have done the following:

    - Updated the firmware/bios.
    - Undervolted the CPU Core & Cache (can't get deeper than -51.3 mV without errors at 12M in TS Bench).
    - Undervolted the iGPU (left it at -49.8 mV which saw advised for this).
    - Undervolted the GPU (1900 Mhz @ .912 mV with a smoothed out curve preceding this, wasn't able to get lower than 1840 Mhz @ .868 without BSODs).
    - Power Plan locked to Balanced in the Registry.
    - Armoury Crate profile set to Turbo as default.
    - Cooling pad and raised off desk.
    - OS optimised with unneeded apps & services etc removed.
    - Using Razer Cortex (probably not necessary) to boost game performance (frees up RAM, kills various background services during gaming).

    Still not entirely happy with thermals as it regularly goes into the 90s in games like Apex Legends or Vermintide II. Also performance is good but still not sure it's as good as it should be given the spec.

    Anything else anyone can think of to maximise performance vs thermals on this machine short of a thermal repaste as Asus Support have said in the UK that would definitely void the warranty? Does changing the memory clock make any difference?
    Hi, can you send me msi afterburner profile? or make at least a screenshot to copy your settings...

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