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Gl704GW i7 8750h uv cant help it

Wyimagowany

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So i read a lot of stuff and i tried a lot if combinations but still i have 95c and thermal throttling in games like bf1, mafia de or even cs go.
I know my stable in offset is -0.125mv core and -0.87mv cache and this is the sweet spot. i get in idle improvment form 60 to 50-45 but while gaming still hits 95c. Also i change the turbo ratio limits a lot of times and tpl in varius configurtion but am not sure is this helps or wokrs and truly i dont know how i should set up this so i tried setups from videos on yt for i7 8750h.

i share my screens and there is someone who can help me how to set all of this?
 

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unclewebb

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Your cooling is bad. The CPU is at 31W and is running at 96°C. The only way to fix this problem is to fix your cooling. Have you ever disassembled your laptop and cleaned out the heatsink and fan inside? It is also a good idea to replace the thermal paste. You will never get maximum performance if your CPU is running this hot.
 

Wyimagowany

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yeah i can disassembly him, and repaste but is this helps? i have him like a year, and year ago he have a problemswith thermal throttling

also i can add i run some test cinebench r20 like few minutes before screenshots and he hits 50W while in test
 

unclewebb

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@Wyimagowany - With good cooling, the 8750H can run at 60W or 70W. A well cooled 8750H can run at full speed (39.00) for the entire Cinebench R20 test. Your CPU is running way too hot to do this.

Use a paste like Noctua NT-H2. It works well at high temperatures. Some popular thermal pastes do not work well on laptop CPUs. They will quickly pump out and your temps will be terrible a week later.
 
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System Name Desktop / Laptop
Processor Intel i7 6700K @ 4.5GHz (1.270 V) / Intel i3 7100U
Motherboard Asus Z170 Pro Gaming / HP 83A3 (U3E1)
Cooling Noctua NH-U12A 2 fans + Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut + 5 case fans / Fan
Memory 16GB DDR4 Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000MHz CL15 / 8GB DDR4 HyperX CL13
Video Card(s) MSI RTX 2070 Super Gaming X Trio / Intel HD620
Storage Samsung 970 Evo 500GB + Samsung 850 Pro 512GB + Samsung 860 Evo 1TB x2 / Samsung 256GB M.2 SSD
Display(s) 23.8" Dell S2417DG 165Hz G-Sync 1440p + 21.5" LG 22MP67VQ IPS 60Hz 1080p / 14" 1080p IPS Glossy
Case Be quiet! Silent Base 600 - Window / HP Pavilion
Audio Device(s) SupremeFX Onboard / Realtek onboard + B&O speaker system
Power Supply Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 750W / Powerbrick
Mouse Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Laser wireless / Logitech M330 wireless
Keyboard RAPOO E9270P Black 5GHz wireless / HP backlit
Software Windows 10 / Windows 10
Use a paste like Noctua NT-H2. It works well at high temperatures. Some popular thermal pastes do not work well on laptop CPUs. They will quickly pump out and your temps will be terrible a week later.

Or Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut?
 
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