Underclock CPU

Underclock CPU

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lalitsehgal21

I have alienware 15 with 7820hk.. how can i underclock the cpu?

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Street777

Why do u need to underclock it ? It will reduce overall performance of your system. You understand it right ? 

 

Maybe you mean overclock to increase performance ?


lalitsehgal21

Street777 said:

Why do u need to underclock it ? It will reduce overall performance of your system. You understand it right ? 

 

Maybe you mean overclock to increase performance ?

Sorry my bad.. i meant undervolt..


pesanur

Undervolt and Underclock have the same effect, but, for what you like to make this? You are having overheating problems?

Or you mean the power saving feature that automatically decrease the CPU cycles when isn't need to run in full power?

Never trust to someone that says to no fear anything, because is a crazy or a liar.


lalitsehgal21

pesanur said:

Undervolt and Underclock have the same effect, but, for what you like to make this? You are having overheating problems?

Or you mean the power saving feature that automatically decrease the CPU cycles when isn't need to run in full power?

while playing ghost recon wildlands my cpu touches 80.. so little worried..


sengda2000

Download "Intel Extreme Tuning Utility" from Intel official website.

From "Advanced Tuning" enter "All Controls".

You will see a pop-up saying you need to be careful when adjusting the settings.

"Core Voltage Offset" is the one. It will be on 0. Change it down like -0.150V. Currently I have it on -0.120V. My laptop had the frame drop when set on -0.150V.

P.S. A cooling pad for laptop can be the best solution for the heating, check it also.


pesanur

lalitsehgal21 said:
pesanur said:

Undervolt and Underclock have the same effect, but, for what you like to make this? You are having overheating problems?

Or you mean the power saving feature that automatically decrease the CPU cycles when isn't need to run in full power?

while playing ghost recon wildlands my cpu touches 80.. so little worried..

Then change the PMW profile of the CPU cooler, surely that you have it in silent mode. Put it in normal or performance mode. It is to make more noise, but in exchange, keeps the CPU at lower temps.

Never trust to someone that says to no fear anything, because is a crazy or a liar.

Wigglebottom

There are a lot of guides on youtube that might be a help to you. High cpu temperatures has always being the biggest problem with gaming laptops that's why most gamers use a desktop pc with a huge case and a lot of fans for better airflow