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SER6 Pro Plus 7735HS bad temps

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Post time 2023-08-01 10:43:51 | Show all posts
Thanks for sharing
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Post time 2023-08-01 21:24:51 | Show all posts
fxnoob replied at 2023-07-23 15:43
You can try to change it, you will win some degrees lower. I changed to Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut, al ...

Can you let me know how did you disabled PBO, please?
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mattwu64 replied at 2023-08-01 21:24
Can you let me know how did you disabled PBO, please?

Sent you private message with the tutorial.
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Post time 2023-08-08 14:23:48 | Show all posts
Please my old friend send me too!
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tzsolt replied at 2023-08-08 14:23
Please my old friend send me too!

Sent you private message.
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Post time 2023-08-18 16:19:42 | Show all posts
fxnoob replied at 2023-08-01 22:48
Sent you private message with the tutorial.

Can you send this to me also?

I just bought my new ser6 pro and was lookling for ways to lower the CPU temp. I encountered reddit threads which suggest that disabling the turbo boost and changing the TDP from 35W to 45W can help. I am not a computer guy. Can you explain what these changes do?

For disabling turbo boost, I kinda get it since disabling it will let the CPU limit it's "work" thus generating a lower temp. But what is with the TDP? It seems counter-intuitive for me to increase the TDP when I want my CPU to lower it's temp. Can you please enlighten me how does increasing the TDP setting lower the CPU temp?

Thanks!

PS: For now, I followed some threads here to limit the min and max processing state to 99 instead of 100. Is this the way to disable or limit turbo boost?
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 Author| Post time 2023-08-18 16:34:06 | Show all posts
Hello, since TDP is higher, CPU will struggle less to work, so temps will be lower, is like a car when you modify software and enable more horsepower, will consume less gas. For disable PBO, I sent you private message.
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