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Games crashing due to power limit? Notebook & driver update.

Hello, I update the drivers of the iGPU and GPU of my notebook, I was using them without ever updating and since then games like GTA5 and LoL have been crashing while playing randomly.

I use throttlestop to lover the power consuption.

I notice an important increase in FPS (+40%).


I play all at 720p low.


Notebook model:

HP 15-DA0012LA [3PX37LA]

i7 8550u

NVidia MX130 2gb

8gb RAM single channel

256gb SSD sata

Windows 10 last build.


I changed the thermal paste 3 months ago, and cleaned the fan.

Power plan: High Performance.

NVidia control panel: all low, power consuption set to MAX or Optimal. FPS both locked at 60.

 

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Thanks in advance for your time. ❤️

 

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well limit the framerate to what you got previously and set it to default power settings.

 

 

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A crash is a good sign that you lowered the voltage too much. Increase the voltage until you are 100% stable. 

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