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It's why I kept asking if your using it or not...

Well I sort of misunderstood, I thought it was just for heavy OC'ing like 4.2ghz guys... but then I got desperate and tried messing with it and realized oh wait a second... lol

Now I just wish I knew what minimum voltage I need for 4.2ghz so I could cap my voltage instead of putting it at 230 watts like these other guys do. I know it does not use the 230 watts... but eh I always overheat as soon as I go above stock voltage offset. Stock is 45000 and I lowered it 43000 and put all cores at 38.... and Throttlestop makes it so it doesn't downclock and I have had no crashes... not sure if I want to push it to 39 or 40 though... might be to low of a voltage lol
    
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From what I understand ThrottleStop has incorporated many features of XTU, while being more granular in nature with voltage settings, also has a built in stress test.

Powerful and convenient tool
    
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From what I understand ThrottleStop has incorporated many features of XTU, while being more granular in nature with voltage settings, also has a built in stress test.

Powerful and convenient tool

I'm getting downclocking still, I thought Throttlestop had fixed it... bleh... guess i set it up wrong, anyone care to give me a screenshot of a modern cpu and their throttlestop settings? Youtube videos are using outdated version of TS frown.gif
    
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Mr. Fox has done a few ThrottleStop videos including his latest video while using ThrottleStop on his Core i7-7700K laptop.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08gCgcEqkg4

If you are doing some stress testing and your CPU is down clocking, try running the built in Limit Reasons program to find out why. Post some pics of ThrottleStop so people can see what problems you are having and what settings you are using.

The next version is almost ready.

8OGhZ5y.png

Nothing like a low power 15W U CPU humming along at 28W with not a speck of throttling going on. Intel engineers that left a few back doors open would be proud to see that. biggrin.gif
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The most helpful individual is here! He would be able to help far greater than I smile.gif

Thanks for all the hard work and contributions webb
    
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Mr. Fox has done a few ThrottleStop videos including his latest video while using ThrottleStop on his Core i7-7700K laptop.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08gCgcEqkg4

If you are doing some stress testing and your CPU is down clocking, try running the built in Limit Reasons program to find out why. Post some pics of ThrottleStop so people can see what problems you are having and what settings you are using.

The next version is almost ready.

8OGhZ5y.png

Nothing like a low power 15W U CPU humming along at 28W with not a speck of throttling going on. Intel engineers that left a few back doors open would be proud to see that. biggrin.gif

Limit Reasons is not an option for me for some reason. I did get downclocking again... am I not doing a setting right or something? here are some screenshots using the built in Throttlestop tester and HWmonitor


    
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Did you still need to see a teardown video on a newer Clevo chassis?
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Did you still need to see a teardown video on a newer Clevo chassis?

Nope, I have new paste on the gpu and cpu already.

I just need help with Throttlestop now. Trying to do 3.9ghz on all 4 cores with no downclocking, it seems to work in 90% of things until I play Battlefield 1 and Witcher 3 then it will downclock to 2.9ghz

here are my throttlestop settings if anyone can help me:



    
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What are your turbo power limits set to?

Check your message box for the new version of ThrottleStop that has the Limit Reasons button enabled.

Edit - Your XTU screenshot on the first page shows your long term turbo power limit is set to 45W which is the default setting. That is probably not going to be enough for your CPU to run at full speed when it is significantly loaded. If you see PL1 light up in red, that indicates that the 45 Watt limit is your reason for throttling. Yellow boxes are a record of previous throttling while red boxes mean throttling is in progress. Here is an example. You can click on the headings to clear the yellow boxes.

pIHGn32.png

What sort of C0% is ThrottleStop showing when your CPU is idle at the desktop? Your screenshots so far show numbers that are on the high side. You have to keep an eye on Win 10 to make sure it is not going rogue in the background.

Edit - A lean system can have the CPU spending less than 0.5% of the time in the C0 state processing background tasks. 8 threads averaging 10% or 11% in the C0 state when the CPU is supposedly idle would be ridiculous. Easiest way to increase performance is to minimize background tasks.

http://i.imgur.com/8CBKljV.png
Edited by unclewebb - 3/19/17 at 7:38pm
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Thanks for everyones help, I am good now!!!!!


30 CELSIUS DROP AFTER thermal grizzly conductonaut, I am not sure if the cpu heatsink was not hitting right or what... how can a paste make that much of a different... oh man


im getting 67 celsius max now instead of 97, and im at 3.9ghz all 4 cores no downclock.


gpu dropped 20 celsius as well.... and its boosting to 2ghz.... wow... I think Clevo just didnt sit the heatsink right or something... i have no freaking idea... all i know is that my temps are amazing now after grizzly... omg guys.... omg rofl this is the most insane thing i have ever experienced in my entire life, i was expecting 5 celsius max...
    
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