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i try to performance mi cpu i7 8750h

aa1996s

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i have a better performance , im close , i think , but i still
stuttering
 

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unclewebb

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The 8750H can run all cores at 3900 MHz. Why are you running your 8750H at 2900 MHz? Maybe that is why the CPU is stuttering. Your temps are good. Why not run your CPU faster?
 

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The 8750H can run all cores at 3900 MHz. Why are you running your 8750H at 2900 MHz? Maybe that is why the CPU is stuttering. Your temps are good. Why not run your CPU faster?
Now, I do it because the temperatures reach 85º so I thought that the yield was decreasing due to the temperature limit.
Excuse me, for my English, I'm a newbie
 

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85°C is a safe operating temperature. So is 90°C and 95°C is safe too. That is why Intel sets the default thermal throttling temperature to 100°C. Any temperature less than 100°C must be safe or else Intel would lower the thermal throttling temperature. Limiting the maximum CPU temperature reduces maximum CPU performance. You do not need to do this. You are running your CPU at only 75% of its rated speed. You paid for a CPU capable of running indefinitely at 3900 MHz so why not use that feature?
 

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ok i'll use it, 3900mhz then so i'm going to test and examine its temperature
thanks so mucho support , bro , i hope get goods performances , if my cpu can be get it
of course

85°C is a safe operating temperature. So is 90°C and 95°C is safe too. That is why Intel sets the default thermal throttling temperature to 100°C. Any temperature less than 100°C must be safe or else Intel would lower the thermal throttling temperature. Limiting the maximum CPU temperature reduces maximum CPU performance. You do not need to do this. You are running your CPU at only 75% of its rated speed. You paid for a CPU capable of running indefinitely at 3900 MHz so why not use that feature?
THIS PICTURE
TELL power limits

omg oh my god , TDP level control 0, omg its right i feel a better performance, , my cpu have good performancbut some time its on 45 W and this going down to 25 W but my cpu usage is working so long time on 39 % 49 % 59 % usage cpu , nice , really better thank before but sometime go downa a 1 second, , and now it is not on 0% cpu usage so much times more better than before , thnks , what more can i do to full xperience on this good luck performance, i want to get de full possible , and thnnks you so mucho bro xclent work great its right i feel a better performance, , my cpu have good performance , and now it is not on 0% cpu usage so much times more better than before , thnks , what more can i do to full xperience on this good luck performance, i want to get de full possible , and thnnks you so mucho bro xclent work great

85°C is a safe operating temperature. So is 90°C and 95°C is safe too. That is why Intel sets the default thermal throttling temperature to 100°C. Any temperature less than 100°C must be safe or else Intel would lower the thermal throttling temperature. Limiting the maximum CPU temperature reduces maximum CPU performance. You do not need to do this. You are running your CPU at only 75% of its rated speed. You paid for a CPU capable of running indefinitely at 3900 MHz so why not use that feature?
i feel a better performannce , but it stil sttutering a bit , i think it is a tdp power limit X/
 

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