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    insane FPS drop?

    i've bought asus rog GL752VW recently here are my rigs

    core-i7 6700HQ
    ram 16g
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    when i first booted my laptop and started battlefield 3 FPS on ultra setting was like 45-55 FPS then after a couple of min it came down to about 35-45 today
    it dropped to like 29-35 avg temp is approximately 80C i feel that there is something limiting gpu's performace or is it temperature? but i dont think this temp for
    laptop is too much any help appreciated

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    Seems Asus has set the throttling temp to 75-78C on the GTX960M.

    Here's a long thread about the issue:
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...degree-celsius

    -Mikael
    Last edited by gustmi4; 10-01-2016 at 02:20 PM. Reason: Changed to correct link!

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    Hi Mustafaw

    Try cranking the fans up this should lower temps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustmi4 View Post
    Seems Asus has set the throttling temp to 75-78C on the GTX960M.

    Here's a long thread about the issue:
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...degree-celsius

    -Mikael
    i guess this is the problem but it seems quite old thread is there like updated version of that bios if u have any info on that?

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    Sorry to say I don't have any more info.

    The last post in that thread is from today (page 26) and it seems to be pretty active. You could probably get the best answer by posting on that thread.
    Did only look quickly at the thread and it seems they're modding the vbios themself, so it wouldn't be asus approved and at your own risk.
    Though, as said, they will probably be the best to give you some more information.

    -Mikael

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Hi Mustafaw

    Try cranking the fans up this should lower temps.
    hi Nate, do u think using a cooler might help?

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    A laptop cooler should help but I don't know how much since I don't use a laptop, you could ask this question in the notebook section of the forum.

    You could try installing gpu tweak II and crank up the gpu fan and see how much temps drop, you may also be able to overclock your gtx 960m for improved performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    you may be able to overclock your gtx 960m for improved performance as well.
    Wouldn't that be pretty counterproductive as it's already throttling?

    -Mikael

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    Well, you can't increase the voltage on a laptop gpu but you can increase the clock speeds so it shouldn't affect temps much if at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Well, you can't increase the voltage on a laptop gpu but you can increase the clock speeds so it shouldn't affect temps much if at all.
    True Nate. =)
    So crank up the fans to begin with as Nate152 said and see what happens to the temps.

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