Hello guys, I have a problem with my new notebook that I bought. It's an Acer Aspire v3-571g with the following configuration: Intel Core i3 2350 2,3 Ghz, Nvidia Geforce 630m 2 GB dedicated, 4 GB of RAM. The problem manifests in the following way: When the temperature reaches 75 degrees Celsius, the GPU throttles from 797 Mhz (normal frequency when on charger) to 118 Mhz for a few seconds and then to 475 Mhz. This kinda sucks because I encounter huge shuttering in games just after 2 minutes or so of playing. It just keeps going from a frequency to another all the time. Sent it to the service, they've changed the cooling system, but the problem still occurs. The tech guy from the Acer authorized service who "fixed" it told me this kind of behaviour is NORMAL. I don't think this is normal. Practically, the dedicated graphics are unusable this way! Is there any way that I can stop the throttling from occuring? It's really annoying! From what I read all over the internet, the VGA BIOS is responsable for this throttling. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks in advance!