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Deadeyes117

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  1. Hi all, Having issues with horrendously slow wifi and I've not been able to find solutions or probable causes in my online searches. I have spectrum cable internet, my Gateway is a Technicolor TC8717t. Wired directly to it I get 120mbps just like I pay for, but on either of the wifi bands sitting right next to it I get a fraction of that speed. On 2.4GHz I am getting about 5mbps today, but usually it's closer to 30mbps. On 5GHz I get about 40mbps usually, as long as I'm within 20 feet of the Gateway. My phone actually gets 120mbps on the 5GHz band, but only 30mbps on t
  2. Wow this sounds like exactly what's happening. So weird to me that it idles normally then drops like a rock when boosting. This would explain that behavior!! Thank you so much! I was having such a hard time finding info on this, but this sounds like it really may work! I'll give it a shot today
  3. Temps are really low, like 48C. I know for sure this laptop can run up to 94C because of an older issue I had with airflow.
  4. Hi all, I've been unable to find anyone with the same problem so far so I figured I'd just post. I have an Asus Tuf fx505 with an i5-9300h and a GTX 1650. As of 2 days ago I am having severe power limit throttling issues. Both in games and idle or doing basic web browsing my CPU is stuck at around 800Mhz when it normally runs 3500-4000Mhz under load. I've monitored this with XTU and in-game with Afterburner and it's very consistent. My performance is absolute garbage. XTU stress test told me it's power limit throttling and not thermal. To fix it
  5. Yes, so far I haven't gone into it at all, just dusted it out
  6. Hi, I bought an Asus Tuf Fx505 on sale last Black Friday. It has an i5-9300h and a gtx1650. I don't remember having overheating issues but I think most games only hit like 30-40% CPU usage.I play a lot of older stuff. Recently I've been on Far Cry 5 and I'm hitting 93C+ within 2 minutes of starting the game and throttling really hard. Only getting to a sustained 50-60% CPU utilization too. I opened it up and cleaned out the dust, then I undervolted the cpu by 125 millivolts. This helped a little but it's still overheating even though I never go m
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