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    HELP!!!

    I've just tried to overclock my G751JY using Intel XTU from 100MHz core to 108.0MHz (i7 4710HQ), checked "Force Reboot" and pressed "Apply"...
    From now on the PC simply doesn't boot anymore! Black screen and switches off by itself, no BIOS and nothing!!!

    How do I reset everything to default?
    I'm afraid that damn option "Force Reboot" should be renamed as "Make Permanent"... sigh...

    SOLVED!
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...l=1#post571429
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    overclocking

    any good articles on ocing on my new g751 machine, i am very new to overclocking? thanks

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    Hey guys! After OCing, my G751JY's CPU peaks at around 82° in The Witcher 3 and Intel Burn Test. Average temp seems to be somewhere between 75 and 80 while gaming.

    In your experience, is it ok if I keep my OC setting, seeing that the peak temperatures don't seem to go past 82°C?

    Also, it's winter right now (I live in Montreal)... In a hot summer with 35°C and high humidity, in your experience, does the CPU temp go up significantly as opposed to colder seasons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Matt Eastwood View Post
    Hey guys! After OCing, my G751JY's CPU peaks at around 82° in The Witcher 3 and Intel Burn Test. Average temp seems to be somewhere between 75 and 80 while gaming.

    In your experience, is it ok if I keep my OC setting, seeing that the peak temperatures don't seem to go past 82°C?

    Also, it's winter right now (I live in Montreal)... In a hot summer with 35°C and high humidity, in your experience, does the CPU temp go up significantly as opposed to colder seasons?
    Absolutely fine, I have no idea how you get 82. Mine hit 90 with Witcher. I'd say anything between 85-90 is fine for extended gaming sessions. My G751JY is almost 3 years old now and I run it hot at near those temps every other day for hours so...do the math. Summer WILL increase your temps, but just by a few degrees. Biggest difference I've seen is maybe 5 degrees. What OC have you done? I can still only get 0.1GHz out of it with XTU.

    P.S Generally not a great idea to necro a 1.5 year old thread.

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    Awesome, thanks! Yeah, that is exactly the same OC I did/was allowed to do. I undervolted core and cache to -0.050 V and set the multipliers and cache ratio to the allowed max.

    I bought the laptop used a month or so ago and first thing I did, I brought it to a repair shop to have all dust cleaned out. They said there wasn't much in it, but I figured, might as well :-)

    I will spend a few days playing various games, then if it's stable (which I fully expect), I'll undervolt some more. Thanks for the info!

    P.S.: hehe, cool, I'll remember that :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Matt Eastwood View Post
    Awesome, thanks! Yeah, that is exactly the same OC I did/was allowed to do. I undervolted core and cache to -0.050 V and set the multipliers and cache ratio to the allowed max.

    I bought the laptop used a month or so ago and first thing I did, I brought it to a repair shop to have all dust cleaned out. They said there wasn't much in it, but I figured, might as well :-)

    I will spend a few days playing various games, then if it's stable (which I fully expect), I'll undervolt some more. Thanks for the info!

    P.S.: hehe, cool, I'll remember that :-)
    -50 is what I use as well, has been stable for half an year with no crashes. It crashes like...once every 2 weeks at around -80.
    The thermal design is quite interesting, it definitely does not collect as much dust as you might think.

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    Yeah, I read up a bit on it when I bought this laptop, pretty sophisticated cooling! I expect I'll be happy with this machine for a few more years to come.

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    Dunno... Getting pretty crappy fps in games that renders big worlds (for example PUBG), heavy for the CPU. Definitely throttled.

    Might try to sell this laptop to think of other solutions sometime.

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