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Heyo, bought a new laptop I travel so good purchase by me but its a G5 and it has heating problems so I wanted to change the ghz from 4.4ghz- 4.2ghz to around 3.2ghz

 

Ofc its dell BIOS btw

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You can change certain settings - like how much power the CPU can use - with Intel XTU.

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Sorry if my post seemed rude, that is never my intention.

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3 minutes ago, minibois said:

You can change certain settings - like how much power the CPU can use - with Intel XTU.

Hmm Is That In The BIOS? (I dont know much bout computer bios stuff xd)

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1 minute ago, RTX 2070 Max-Q said:

Hmm Is That In The BIOS? (I dont know much bout computer bios stuff xd)

At least in older laptops, there's usually a setting in BIOS for "low frequency" mode to disable turbo boost.

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1 minute ago, RTX 2070 Max-Q said:

Hmm Is That In The BIOS? (I dont know much bout computer bios stuff xd)

No, it's just a program you can download on your laptop: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/29183/Intel-Extreme-Tuning-Utility-Intel-XTU-

I've personally had good luck with lowering the "Turbo Boost Power Max", keeping an eye on the clockspeed at the bottom of the program.

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5 minutes ago, RTX 2070 Max-Q said:

Oh god this is uhh very complex

There is a lot you can do with the program. What I've personally had good luck with was tweaking Turbo Boost and keeping an eye on the max core frequency:

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2 minutes ago, minibois said:

There is a lot you can do with the program. What I've personally had good luck with was tweaking Turbo Boost and keeping an eye on the max core frequency:

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image.png.b8b299148e3f9b02647499fcb9ef5024.pngwow that actually works

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Long term power af 20w seems a bit low, imo I'd keep short term power at the same number as long term power so clock speeds dont bounce around so much

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1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

Long term power af 20w seems a bit low, imo I'd keep short term power at the same number as long term power so clock speeds dont bounce around so much

Question what do I do here? image.thumb.png.92bf4e2cfcf269e9a7cef628a04b7ab0.png

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