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    What is "POWER" In TS?

    Some computers set different power limits when you resume from sleep compared to when you first boot up. Keep an eye on this problem. It will happen again if ThrottleStop is not setup correctly.
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    What is "POWER" In TS?

    https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/196588/intel-core-i31005g1-processor-4m-cache-up-to-3-40-ghz.html The 1035G1 is a low power CPU. It has a 15W TDP rating. At default settings, it is designed to power limit throttle so it does not exceed 15W long term. Post some screenshots...
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    Profile shifting automatically in TS

    You have the Alarm feature checked. Clear that box. It is set way too conservatively. There is no need for that. The CPU and GPU are quite capable of looking after themselves. Why Disable Turbo? If you have a cooling problem, open your laptop and fix that problem.
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    Trying to undervolt MSI Raider GE77 HX

    Do not give up so easily. With a 12th Gen CPU, try undervolting only the CPU core. Leave the cache alone. This works for some people. Can you undervolt only the core without a blue screen? Delete the ThrottleStop.INI configuration file and reboot before trying this. The blue screens are...
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    Profile shifting automatically in TS

    @ra8ul123 Post a screenshot of the ThrottleStop Options window. Some people like profile switching. I would never use it. Turn it off if you do not like it.
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    Trying to undervolt MSI Raider GE77 HX

    Your screenshot shows that the VCCIN slider is locked. Perhaps you were moving this before you disabled Virtualization Based Security (VBS). Double check to make sure VBS is completely disabled, reboot and delete the ThrottleStop.INI configuration file before running ThrottleStop...
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    All core Turbo Overlocking on a 12700KF using Throttlestop

    Good to know. Did you try the overclock test yet?
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    All core Turbo Overlocking on a 12700KF using Throttlestop

    @solarmystic ThrottleStop reports that your K series CPU supports Unlimited overclocking which is correct. I believe the Intel B660 chipset does not support any overclocking so you will not be able to take advantage of your unlocked CPU. It never hurts to try though. Set all of the turbo ratios...
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    My TS Bench Results and TS Settings for i7-10750H

    There is nothing wrong with your CPU reaching 80°C or even 90°C while gaming or under heavy load. These are normal operating temperatures for an Intel mobile CPU. Intel says that any temperature under 100°C is a "safe operating temperature". The Intel default thermal throttling temperature is...
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    EDP OTHER throttling only in games

    You can clear the MSR lock box in the Power Limit Controls section. Your log file shows a constant EDP throttling problem. There are a few different settings that can cause this. On newer CPUs, setting Power Limit 4 to a value of 0 might help. You can also try setting Power Limit 4 to the...
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    My TS Bench Results and TS Settings for i7-10750H

    What high quality paste did you use? Some popular thermal pastes may only last a few weeks or a month on a laptop CPU. If you used to have better temperatures a few months ago then you will need to redo the thermal paste. You should not be forced to run your CPU at 3600 MHz just to get decent...
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    EDP OTHER throttling only in games

    In the TPL window set Power Limit 4 to a value of 0. In the FIVR window set IccMax for both the core and the cache to the maximum, 255.75. This usually fixes most EDP throttling problems. The MMIO Lock box should be checked. There is hardly ever a need to check the MSR Lock box and there is...
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    Running the TS bench on a XEON E5-1650 v4

    Can you post a screenshot of ThrottleStop when your computer is idle? When ThrottleStop creates a TS Bench task, it tells Windows that this task can be run on any core or on any thread of that core. It is up to Windows and the CPU to decide where to schedule this task. Are you using Windows 10...
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    Running the TS bench on a XEON E5-1650 v4

    When your computer is idle at the desktop with nothing open besides ThrottleStop, what does ThrottleStop report for your idle C0%? My laptop needs to spend less than 0.5% of its time in the C0 state processing Windows background tasks. When running a TS Bench 1 Thread test on a 6 core CPU...
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    “ThrottleStop 8.5” & old ASUS-X5DIP Laptop & OC Intel X9000

    Here is an example of an X9000 running at a hair under 4000 MHz. There is no reason to limit the voltage like this but it is up to you. When the VID request voltage is set to 1.40, if you measured the actual voltage going to the CPU, it is probably closer to 1.35V which is perfectly safe...
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