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    Quote Originally Posted by Delosari View Post
    I have a R752VM model. Iddle I have 43-48 degrees and in games (not very consuming ones) it stays around 75.

    If I could ask you guys: Which gaming center version are you using? I have the 1.0.12.

    Also by default the Turbo gear is on extreme configuration. Is it possible to change it with along with the profiles?
    Where can I see version of gaming center?
    Mine is on standard mode, i changed it via pressing ">>" near Turbo gear config ver 1.0.0 label

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    Turbo Gear Extreme mode doesn't appear to do anything to the core or memory clocks on my G752VT. So I use manual mode to max them both out.

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk

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    Laptop (Model)ASUS G752VS-GB139T
    MotherboardASUS Prime X299-Deluxe II
    Processori9-10900X
    Memory (part number)F4-3466C16Q-64GTZKK
    Graphics Card #1MSI RTX 2080 Ti Gaming X Trio
    Graphics Card #2some 3080 Ti, whenever it launches
    Monitoracer Predator X34 (Curved 34", UWQHD 3440x1440@100Hz, IPS, G-Sync)
    Storage #11TB Samsung 970 Pro
    Storage #22TB and 500GB Samsung 860 EVO
    CPU CoolerNoctua NH-D14
    CaseCorsair Carbide 678C Low Noise ATX
    Power SupplyEVGA SuperNOVA 1200 P2
    Keyboard Logitech G910 (Orion Spark)
    Mouse Logitech PRO
    Mouse Pad Logitech G440
    Headset/Speakers Edifier S330D
    OS Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)
    Network RouterMikroTik RB1100AHx4
    Accessory #1 Linksys WRT1900AC (Stock OS, WiFi AP-only bridge)
    Accessory #2 TP-LINK SG1005D

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    Quote Originally Posted by guyfawkes View Post
    I have one question, why vendor (ASUS) didn't do this? I am just simple user of device.
    Because of silicon lottery. Stock clocks and voltage are set to values that would allow the CPU to function regardless of quality variations that cannot be avoided during manufacturing, especially as the whole process is not a waterfall where you get each resource from a specific supplier, then manufacture a fixed amount of chips in one specific factory and then move on to manufacturing another chip.
    Many things can happen during the service life of a specific CPU, including hardware revisions, new batches produced later on due to excessive demand, etc.
    This is why the final OC and/or undervolting must be done by the end user.

    Plus, let's not forget that the reseller may adjust the laptop hardware configuration, which in turn may also affect the threshold values.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoutTime01 View Post
    Mine has spiked as high as 100 deg before any thermal throttling took place. But that was on my lap.
    Normally it spikes upto around 93 deg c but only momentarily and it does not thermally throttle.

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
    Realised yesterday that my power profile was set to maximum keeping the CPU at 100% minimum. Set it to balanced allowing the CPU to go down to 5% minimum and temp now maxes out at 89 deg c.

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