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    i have the same problem in the g733cx and the cpu is running in idle at 95 degrees

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    Same with G733ZW. If it was only possible to have at least a fixed undervolt, all would be different... The exuce with Plundervolt is not good anymore as many new CPUs are able to be undervolted like 12950hx.
    Last edited by AtGrigorov; 11-23-2022 at 06:49 PM.

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    Angry Armoury crate capping rpm speeds

    I have the G733CX version and same problem. Cpu will thermal throttle at 95 and then the frequency drops, but the temperature is still around 90-95 C.

    When I first booted the laptop I noticed that the fans rpm speed were higher, after updating the armoury crate the max at 100% is 6000rpm on both cpu and gpu, when it was 6500-7000rpm. Even if you use the MYasus diagnosis tool you will see the fans reach higher speeds than the armoury crate app, so I Believe they capped it on purpose. GPU temps reach 81-83C at max too, that's pretty high.

    I also have an MSI ge76 laptop with liquid metal on both cpu and gpu, temps are like 10-20% lower in general. 6500 rpm speeds when using cooler boost.

    EDIT: I found the problem and you probably won't like it.

    So, I bought this laptop 4 months ago and sincerely I never saw really good temperatures (comparing it with my other msi laptop), always had some doubts about the build quality of asus laptops.

    Today I decided to "open" the laptop to check the internals, especially the liquid metal (applied by ASUS), and this is what I see...

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    I was shocked, but I know that having such high temperatures wasn't normal. I didn't even have to repaste it, just used all those leftovers and it was enough.

    Temperatures dropped significantly. I've been playing warzone 2 and CPU was throttling the whole time at 96-97C and now max temp is 77-81C, the GPU was around 81-83C and now max temp is 75C.

    Conclusion: I strongly recommend everyone that is having temperature issues to open up your laptop and check, 99% that is probably the problem.
    Last edited by joelonxs; 11-23-2022 at 10:56 AM.

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    @joelonxs - I did the same with my G733ZW a week after I bought it (waited for the paste to arrive from Amazon few days ago). Reaplied liquid metal with Conductonaut, MX6 for the GPU and K5 Pro for all the surroundings. Now it's a totaly different machine. I've set PL1 and PL2 to 85 and 115. No idiotic spikes all the time. It hits the PROCHOT only 1-2 times in a game sporadically, but usually stays at 75-80 C (Destiny 2 at max settings). If it was possible to undervolt, it would run 10 degrees cooler. I usually use it for CAD/CAM and the game is just to taste the cooling capability.
    I did the same with my previous G731GW (9750H/RTX2070) 3 years ago a week after purchase. It managed to reach CB scores hard to be overpass by any competitor and it was not hitting neither POWER, no THERMAL limits. The Limit box in ThrottleStop was black as the night all the time. The perfectly set laptop. I don't know if the warranty is void, but it's a noncese to use the laptop as it comes from the factory. All of them have poorly applied TIM. On the attached picture you can even see the VRAM is not entirely covered and some chips are almost skipped. It's not a propper pasting for a 3000 euro laptop, people... Please provide a BIOS with option to at least have a fixed undervolt. The PLUNDERVOLT excuse is not working anymore as the 12950 has the option for undervolt.
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    Last edited by AtGrigorov; 11-26-2022 at 06:50 AM.

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