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what is the optimal setting for Acer nitro 5 i5 8300h 1050ti?

Akinoruc

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throttle stop 9.3 what is the optimal setting for Acer nitro 5 i5 8300h 1050ti? the computer is overheating please help me. I'm sorry for my bad english
 
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unclewebb

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Post a screenshot of the ThrottleStop FIVR window. Many laptops have locked CPU voltage control so you might not have the option to reduce the voltage.

Have you ever cleaned inside your laptop? When the heatsinks inside a laptop get full of dust, they will not work very well. Regular cleaning is required.
 

Akinoruc

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ThrottleStop FIVR penceresinin ekran görüntüsünü gönderin. Birçok dizüstü bilgisayarda CPU voltaj kontrolü kilitlenmiştir, bu nedenle voltajı azaltma seçeneğiniz olmayabilir.

Hiç dizüstü bilgisayarınızın içini temizlediniz mi? Bir dizüstü bilgisayarın içindeki soğutucular tozla dolduğunda, çok iyi çalışmazlar. Düzenli temizlik gereklidir.
I'm sorry for being late

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unclewebb

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overheating
Intel CPUs can run reliably at over 90°C. When you say your laptop is overheating, what do you mean.

The default PL1 turbo power limit is 45W. Why did you decrease this to 35W? This will reduce performance.

Your voltage settings look OK. Try testing with Cinebench R20.


Some users get better results by setting the core offset voltage much higher than the cache offset voltage. With the cache at -125 mV or -130 mV, the core offset can go up to -200 mV.
 

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Processor goes up to 90-95 C and fps drops. What are the proper tpl settings for my computer? I set the pl1 value as 45. pl2 what should I do?

The adjustment must be made so that the computer does not go above 90 degrees.

Also is there a lock on my computer? does it let me set? because prochot value is not unlocked
 

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The 8300H has a 45W TDP rating. Intel recommends that the turbo power limits be set to PL1=45W and PL2=56W.

If you need to set the PL1 power limit to 35W to try and control the CPU temperature then you should probably disassemble your laptop, clean it out and replace the thermal paste between the CPU and its heatsink. I have no idea how good or bad your cooling was when your laptop was brand new. In theory, a laptop that comes with a 45W processor should have a heatsink and fan that are capable of cooling it. Many laptops are poorly engineered and will overheat at their rated power level.

Also is there a lock on my computer? does it let me set? because prochot value is not unlocked
On the right hand side of the Options window does it show a Lock icon above the PROCHOT Offset value? Some manufacturers lock the PROCHOT (thermal throttling temperature) in the BIOS so it cannot be adjusted. If this is not locked, you can change the PROCHOT Offset value to whatever you like.
 
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