Are your voltage regulators causing sever throttling while you are running Cinebench. It is really difficult to compare the same CPU when it is installed in two different laptops. Different BIOS versions can change some of the power limits and one laptop might use completely different voltage regulators compared to the exact same laptop model. Parts are sometimes sourced randomly and there can be running changes on the assembly line that are not publicly documented.it only scores 7700 pt in Cinebench
That is probably true. The same CPU model do not all consume the same amount of power. One CPU might need more power so it might throttle more and run slower at the 70W power level compared to another CPU with the exact same model number.My guess is that he's constantly running on a higher wattage
The power adapter size is not related to the power consumption of the CPU. If the BIOS tells the CPU to power limit throttle at 60W or 45W or if the voltage regulators are over loaded causing VR throttling, a big beefy power adapter will not make any difference.230 watt power adapter
somehow its not working.
Set PL2 to 80W.
When the PL2 is not Clamped that translates also as Dynamic PL2(i believe that's the right word for it). Basically if the thermals can handle the heat,it could run on that set wattage like forever. If it starts overheating(for example when benchmarking) it will throttle down to the PL1 wattage right the way.With those setting my loptop started at 85 w as expected but then after some time (40s or so) dropped to 70 w and stayed there. Any Idea why.
You need your BIOS to be unlocked in order to have access and be able to change the RAM frequencies.mine is locked at 2933 even though RAM is capable of 3200, but Intel is not allowing it and I dont know how to overcome that