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HP i7-10610U Undervolt Possible?

NismoZ

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HP x360 1040 G7 with an i7-10610U. Installed ThrottleStop, and tried a quick CPU undervolt and clicked apply, but did not see anything change. Does that mean my bios is preventing the change in voltage?
 

unclewebb

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@NismoZ - Does ThrottleStop show that voltage control is Locked? If your computer is locked then yes, your BIOS is preventing voltage control.


Most 10th Gen computers are locked. Many 10th Gen MSI laptops have an option in the BIOS so you can unlock voltage control.
 

NismoZ

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@NismoZ - Does ThrottleStop show that voltage control is Locked? If your computer is locked then yes, your BIOS is preventing voltage control.


Most 10th Gen computers are locked. Many 10th Gen MSI laptops have an option in the BIOS so you can unlock voltage control.
Yes, it looks like it says Locked there and with no option in the bios either.
 
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