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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor88 View Post
    The lid obstructs a part of mine as well, so I use the grey colored silicone adapter and tuck it between the lid and the chassis body.

    This is exactly what I had anticipated/envisioned after looking at the vents, lid and the LC06. Once I get mine connected I'll report back here with my final temperatures after using basically ever trick in this book that's been written here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onjax View Post
    Thanks for sharing the info, but have you checked in Afterburner or any other app, that GPU didn't actually cross the UV threshold set by profile?
    Alright so I've rerun my tests, and gotten pretty similar results. Also I should note that I ran tests in the 'high performance' power state, with the default fan settings, with no laptop cooler, and with the my CPU undervolted to -0.15.

    I dropped 1 (maybe 2) degrees by undervolting the gpu. Monitoring the voltage in afterburner I can confirm that the voltage never passed 830ish (not sure what the exact number was but that's about where it sat on the graph). However I think that I figured out why my results are so lackluster.

    When running at stock I noticed that my GPU never boosts past 1620MHz. So my voltage stays between 850 and 875 only rarely peaking up to 900. So most of the time my voltage wasn't that much higher than the UV threshold in profile 1.

    Also like I noted in my initial post (or at least I think I did) my GPU did clock higher using the UV profile, consistently in the 1770-1800 range (which I assume higher core clocks = more heat). So my theory is this, the slight power savings I got from running at slightly lower voltages were offset by the higher core clocks.

    However, if my understanding of Nvidia's GPU boost is correct, every chip is going to vary. So if your chip boosts higher than mine at stock it's possible that you saw a much more drastic reduction in temps than me.

    Any thoughts or specifics you want me to look at? I'm all for tinkering so if you have any thoughts feel free to shoot them my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bran187 View Post
    Have you tried them in conjunction with each other? Also what model are you using and what are your stock temperatures like after the same 20 minutes in Overwatch? (Sorry for all the questions, but the more data we have the better lol)
    My model is GL702VM
    I tried 4 things together:

    1) UV CPU with -0.130 (on -0.150 i got system unstable)
    2) Use profile 2 or 3 from onjax
    3) Use profile for GL702VM in NoteBook FanControl
    4) Change power plan settings for CPU to 99%

    Also i have cooling pad.
    Stock temps was about 90-92 degrees in gaming Overwatch, BF1, XCOM2. Now it's about 83-86, like i said before.
    I thing would be happy with 76-80 to prevent any physycal damage in long term usage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zandor84 View Post
    MSI Afterburner should start up in the background with your last activated profile when Windows starts. XTU just save new profile then set and forget. So nothing to do there.

    NBFC should start with windows if you tick the option from the cog window on the main screen and set to close to system tray. You should have a new system tray icon displaying CPU temp you can open the program from there. Set to enable and all to 100% before starting a game.


    Edit: here is the config file that I promised. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/dty23nh7g...-geOHE3ka?dl=0

    Copy XML into "Program Files (x86)\Notebook FanControl\configs" directory, Open NBFC, open dropdown menu in selected config panel select ASUS GL702VM_Custom, click apply, set enabled. Enjoy!

    Isn't it dangerous to run them 100%?
    my fans turn at 5200 rpm, it's too much I think !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaafarkhansa View Post
    Hello all,
    i have the same heat problem with my GL702VM. i thinking about drilling holes in the chassis bellow the fans. is this a good idea?
    I've drilled my GL702VM and my temps never go above 75c

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    Quote Originally Posted by meddylad View Post
    I've drilled my GL702VM and my temps never go above 75c
    can you please attach a pic so i can see how did u drill the cover, i want to drill mine.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Bran187 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eloi CAUET View Post
    Isn't it dangerous to run them 100%?
    my fans turn at 5200 rpm, it's too much I think !!
    I doubt Asus would give you the option to set them to 'max' in the ROG software if it was beyond spec.

    Quote Originally Posted by meddylad View Post
    I've drilled my GL702VM and my temps never go above 75c
    Is that with other tweaks, or is that with stock settings? What were your temps at before the drill?

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Bran187 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bran187 View Post
    So the Opolar is still having a positive impact even though the screen kind of blocks the exhaust vents?
    yes, definitely. I can only surmise that the Opolar is still sucking the heat from the laptop. It definitely seems to have a significant impact on temperature. You do need to kind of screw with it a bit as Trevor said but it took me about 20 minutes from opening package before I was able to notice it's improvement. I recommend one.

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