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ho omen 15 dc1xxx- ts config help

angwar87

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hi everyone, i decided to register because i've read a lot here so i decided to join this community. so i've got my hp omen 15 with an i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.21 GHz, 32 gb RAM and nvidia geforce rtx 2070 max q mounted. when i'm playing with some game i've reached 95/97celsius degrees. so i've read here about THrottlestop and i'm starting to set it up. i've undervolted cpu core and cache of the same value of -125mv, disable and lock turbo boost, downgrade the turbo ratio limit at this value (39,39,38,38,37,37). i specify tha i'm completely new to this world so i move myself carefully. i attache a log where at some point you can see the high temps and consequence pl1 error. but first of all, even if i start a test, i need to know how to read the response to start undestand what can i do. can you teach me how to undestand if something in my hp works wrong? there is a "standard" safe and sure setup for my specs to work anyway well and safe?
thank you and great job here!

i notice that i've got a costa edp other error in yellow under ring column..what means this?
 

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unclewebb

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what means this?
Do not worry about yellow boxes under the RING column. Watch for boxes turning red under the CORE column. That is the important column. Red boxes show that throttling is in progress. A yellow box is a record of some previous throttling.

i've reached 95/97celsius
Laptops with 6 core CPUs and Nvidia GPUs run hot. This is normal. HP knows this. They built your laptop so it will run reliably at high temperatures. You do not have to worry.

Try doing some testing with Cinebench R20.

Some people get better results by increasing only the core voltage. Leave the cache at -125 mV. Increase the core voltage slowly. Test at -125 mV, -150 mV, -175 mV and -200 mV. The core and cache voltage can be set to different values. Make sure Cinebench runs OK. Do some testing at different CPU speeds to make sure the TS Bench test is OK with zero errors. The TS Bench Random MHz test can be used to automatically test your CPU at a variety of speeds.

Your log file is almost 10 hours long. I do not know what you were doing with your computer for 10 hours. Exit ThrottleStop after you finish a test so it can finalize your log file. Rename the log file to CinebenchR20_Test or something like that. When you start a new test, start ThrottleStop and create a new log file. This makes it easier to see what problems you were having and what test your were running when this problem happened.
 

angwar87

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Thanks a lot for your replay. I know that this log cover a very long period but I think I have to run ts all the time and obviously I don't play for 10 hour long .(I also use my laptop for work) I think I would need an helping hand by using ts but if you say that hot Temps are normal for my pc, I'll do anything with more serenity. I post here a log of cinebench so you can give a suggestion. Thanks again!
 

unclewebb

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Your computer does not run hot when only 1 or 2 cores are active so there is no need to lower the turbo ratios when lightly loaded.

Maybe use,

41, 41, 40, 40, 37, 37

This will slow your CPU down a little but only when heavily loaded.
 
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