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MS Eierfeile

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About MS Eierfeile

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1984-01-03

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Lucerne / Switzerland

System

  • CPU
    Core i9 9900K
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z390 DESIGNARE
  • RAM
    64 GB Corsair Vengeance 3200
  • GPU
    2x Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming SLi
  • Case
    BeQuiet Dark Base 900 Pro rev 2
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Evo 500GB (Windows)
    Samsung 970 Evo 1TB (videos)
    Samsung 860 Evo 1 TB (other data)
  • PSU
    BeQuiet Straight Power 11 1000W
  • Display(s)
    Samsung Space Monitor 32" 4K 60Hz
  • Cooling
    BeQuiet Silent Loop 360
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G19s
  • Mouse
    Logitech G902 Hero
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Thank you very much! I'll try those things and if it works or not I can totally live with what I could achieve till now. It's not a big deal to manually change the Speed Shift Value to 35 instead of 46 when I'm on battery anyways. Thanks again and I'll spread the word Cheers from Switzerland Martin
  2. So like you said unchecking the BD PROCHOT box solved it and the CPU boosts equally on battery or AC. But is there a way to set the boost to a limit in a seperate profile? The TPL settings are for all profiles if I got that right. I'd like the CPU to boost to about 3 or 3,5 GHz max when on battery profile. Maybe with the SPEED SHIFT EPP setting? 0 is max performance you said. What settings are possible? Thanks again for your help and I'm pretty sure after those answers I can handle TS by myself.
  3. The included stylus is active meaning you don't have to touch with any force for it to be recognized. Depending on the pressure you can draw thinner or thicker lines. It's also compatible with other active stylus pens. Here's a nice little review I watched before buying.
  4. Okay. Didn't know that. Well then thank you once more this time for that great job you did writing this quiet helpful piece of code I' ll do that just to try. I'll create a third profile called "battery performance" or so and do that in a third profile. I will limit the boost clock to about 2,5 to 3 GHz in this new profile. I'm pretty sure it can handle that since it boosted to 2,5 GHz permanently without TS activated. I only have the battery temps to check if it withstands the extra load but hey. I'm pretty sure you took a few risks programming and testing TS as well
  5. Just put it into the dishwasher... What? No, i am actually not joking! Ever heard of "The 8auer"? Legendary German extreme overclocker? Check this out:
  6. He wants to swap to another card with one or two 8pin-connectors and wanted to know if the +2 go left or right of the 6-pin
  7. The +2-part of the connectors are always on the LEFT SIDE of the 6+2 connector. That`s why they have those two noses on the right side and the 6-pin has the fitting notches on the left side. Anyways it should not fit any other way since the pins aren`t all shaped the same:
  8. Two months ago I bought me and my girlfriend an Acer Spin 3 Convertible Laptop for studying and creativity (she paints a lot and I edit drone footage). I find it portable and thin enough with just 0.78 inches and 3.75 pounds. You got the advantage of a touchscreen, tabletmode and stylus. Even without undervolting I reached 10h of active worktime in class. With 80mV undervolting and locking it to 1,8 GHz I got to over 12h. And if you want more power you can unlock the boost lock with ThrottleStop and get 3.5 to 4.1 GHz boost over longer periods of time (got from 520 to 820 points in Cinebench R15 with that). I paid 700$ for the model with 16GB RAM and 512 GB NVMe SSD. There are even cheaper models with 8GB RAM and 256GB NVMe SSD. Or - if needed - a more expensive one with 16 GB of RAM, a 512 GB NVMe SSD, an 1TB SATA SSD and a Nvidia MX250 instead of the Intel UHD-graphics. Check it out here: Acer Spin 3 SP314 Convertible
  9. Two months ago I bought me and my girlfriend an Acer Spin 3 Convertible Laptop. I find it portalble and thin enough with just 0.78 inches and 3.75 pounds. You got the advantage of a touchscreen, tabletmode and stylus. Even without undervolting I reached 10h of active worktime in class. With 80mV undervolting and locking it to 1,8 GHz I got to over 12h. I paid 700$ for the model with 16GB RAM and 512 GB NVMe SSD. There are even cheaper models with 8GB RAM and 256GB NVMe SSD. Check it out here: Acer Spin 3 SP314 Convertible
  10. Hello again guys Besides the great success with ThrottleStop and my more than satisfying performance in AC-mode I still have one problem which I couldn`t solve until now: When I am on AC-mode the CPU boosts on all-cores with 4.1 GHz until the 92 degree threshold and never falls under 3.1 GHz. So far so good. But since I also edit drone-footage on the go I need good performance on battery mode as well. But on battery-mode (although I chose Acers "maximum performance" battery setting) the CPU boosts up and dips down between 4.1 GHz and 400 MHz all the time under full load in benchmarks or Adobe Premiere. I get worse performance than without ThrottleStop and get double the time in the ThrottleStop benchmark. Maybe there are settings that I gotta improve. The tutorials i watched helped me with everything but this. To clearify what I mean and which settings I used I made a short video. Since I am from Switzerland my OS is in German. Sorry about that : Still throtteling when on battery mode.mp4 You seemed to have decent knowledge about TS? Maybe you can help out with this too? Thanks for your time and your opinions guys
  11. This particular sound seems to be something uncommon. What I can tell you from experiance is maybe not what THIS is but what could have led to this: BeQuiet AiOs are very reliable, quiet and efficient IF you do as follows: The AiOs are filled minimum 95% when they leave the factory. The up to 5% air, which can still remain in the system can cause the pump to make more noise as intended. For that case (and for the recommended refills every 2 years) BeQuiet added a refill-port on the CPU-block. The block and pump is manufactured by Alphacool so you should use Alphacool coolant. Once refilled, both AiOs I owned (the 240 a few years ago and the 360 right now) are simply not hearable! Here`s a tutorial on how to degas/refill a Silent Loop AiO. It`s German but very easy to follow just by watching. NEVER EVER plug the pump into a header on the MB which is in any way speed-controlled by the BIOS or software. Using the pump with a voltage under 12V can and will damage it! BeQuiet recommends to plug the pump into an 12V connection right an the powersupply. Or you set the speed on the particular MB-header on "high speed", "performance" or whatever it is called (that`s how I did). I hope you have more "luck" with the AiOs to follow.
  12. Oh my god guys I went through the video and the whole tutorial and set up three profiles (performance, battery and cooldown). I managed to not only disable the throtteling of the boost but also to set it exactely to what my cooling is capable of, which is at the moment a permanent boost of 3.1 GHz for 5 minutes without getting over the 92 degree C threshold. It also had an incredible impact on performance here for example the Cinebench R15 scores before and after: I furthermore managed to undervolt the CPU by 80mV and the Intel GPU by 50 mV (both first tries which surely can be improved with a little experimenting). I have a little experiance with OC and UV but not with laptops. But you just gave an amazing and incredibly versatile tool into my hands. For me this is a huge success! Thank you guys very much and cheers from Switzerland! Martin
  13. At first look it at least seems to work. Gotta wrap my head around the tutorial and all the settings this evening and learn how to adjust stuff. Thanks for the tip and I`ll post my results here. In the worst case I`ll post by smartphone
  14. I don't think it'll allow me do change those settings. I'll still give it a try after lunch.
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