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    Quote Originally Posted by onjax View Post
    You will run 2.5GHz instead of 3.5GHz, for me, it's quite huge difference
    In games, usually, you don't feel that difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onjax View Post
    Yep, then GPU UV is working. As you see, that's still not enough to bring temperature to normal. That is how bad the cooling system IS.
    Go ahead and apply UV for CPU to bring temperatures down. This allows for CPU to run at full designed turbo speed (up to 3.5GHz).
    So i tried to UV CPU. Using now -0.100 offset in Intel Extreme Tuning Utility. Also saved this profile and paired it to game .exe.
    But not much effect.
    Temperature grows to 82-85 degrees on GPU, and 79-81 on CPU.
    Have no idea what is wrong here...

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    Until 85C it's a 'normal temperature' for it.. If it passes the 85C maybe starts to throttle but you can check in Intel extreme tuning if it is throttling

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    Quote Originally Posted by onjax View Post
    You will run 2.5GHz instead of 3.5GHz, for me, it's quite huge difference
    Your CPU only runs at 3.1 when all four cores are running, it only goes to 3.5 run one core is in use...
    It runs at 3.2 when 2 cores and 3.4 when 3, i don't know these exact two numbers but 3.5 is four core and 3.1 is four cores.

    So your going at that rate any ways and turbo boost actually goes high than those said numbers, so your CPU at 99% will not burst and stay at 2.6 which is perfectly fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcchora153301 View Post
    In games, usually, you don't feel that difference.

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    This is a laptop CPU, it already throttles at default.
    To stop over heating cause it's a desktop CPU it only goes up to 3.1 when using 4 cores.
    So your not missing to much from missing out on turbo.
    It doesn't climb up to 3.5 in boost.

    Go read the spec on this CPU, 6700HQ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by l337g0g0 View Post
    This is a laptop CPU, it already throttles at default.
    To stop over heating cause it's a desktop CPU it only goes up to 3.1 when using 4 cores.
    So your not missing to much from missing out on turbo.
    It doesn't climb up to 3.5 in boost.

    Go read the spec on this CPU, 6700HQ...
    1. It doesnt throttle if temperature allows
    2. 3.1 GHz when uses 4 cores, 3.5 GHz, when using single core. Most games (and other tasks) still use 1-2 cores.
    3. So it does climb and you miss much sitting without turbo, when you paid for turbo

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    Quote Originally Posted by onjax View Post
    1. It doesnt throttle if temperature allows
    2. 3.1 GHz when uses 4 cores, 3.5 GHz, when using single core. Most games (and other tasks) still use 1-2 cores.
    3. So it does climb and you miss much sitting without turbo, when you paid for turbo
    1. I wasn't talking heat and it does throttle even without heat... when it runs at 4 cores it's throttling, no heat needed.
    2. your always using more than 2 cores cause your computer is always doing something in the background so your almost always on 4 cores, so this thing runs at 3.1 almost all the time, so your always throttling.
    3. We paid for turbo but it's overheating your unit and throttling, not throttling, throttling, ETC, your going to get stuttering when gaming because of this back and forth.
    And most games are GPU intensive so your CPU ain't the bottle neck unless your boosting it an it over heats and has to throttle back and cause stuttering, so what's the point.


    They need to make these cpu's so they don't abruptly throttle back cause when gaming it stutters the game, for normal tasks it doesn't matter.
    They need to fix that and all is well... smooth game play and let the power/fans/throttling take care of the power and heat issues.
    Last edited by l337g0g0; 01-09-2017 at 10:09 PM.

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    Hello!, is better voltage offset -0.100v or -0.150v?

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    You don't need to move the voltage. Just define in energy options 99% the maximum for cpu. Stay away from voltages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willygermo View Post
    Hello!, is better voltage offset -0.100v or -0.150v?
    -150mV is better (less heat)

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