[SOLVED] Is this Throttlestop config safe for my Laptop?

uWebb429

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Intel does not have enough time on the assembly line to perfectly set the voltage to exactly what a CPU needs to be stable. It has always been easier and cheaper for Intel to use some extra voltage so that they can guarantee long term stability. Under volting removes the excess voltage that a CPU really does not need to be stable. It is not going to hurt anything.

Your configuration shows the voltage at its default values. All you have done so far is slowed your CPU down and reduced its performance. Why? Intel says that any CPU temperature under 100°C is a "safe operating temperature". That is why Intel sets the thermal throttling temperature to this value. This will force your CPU to slow down so it will always be on the safe side of 100°C. Core temperatures of 95°C or 85°C or 75°C or 65°C are all perfectly safe.

If you want to undervolt your CPU, try setting the core and cache offset voltages to -100 mV. That is a good place to start testing when you have a 9750H. Increase your turbo ratios so your CPU can run as Intel intended.
 

uWebb429

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May 22, 2020
141
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740
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Intel does not have enough time on the assembly line to perfectly set the voltage to exactly what a CPU needs to be stable. It has always been easier and cheaper for Intel to use some extra voltage so that they can guarantee long term stability. Under volting removes the excess voltage that a CPU really does not need to be stable. It is not going to hurt anything.

Your configuration shows the voltage at its default values. All you have done so far is slowed your CPU down and reduced its performance. Why? Intel says that any CPU temperature under 100°C is a "safe operating temperature". That is why Intel sets the thermal throttling temperature to this value. This will force your CPU to slow down so it will always be on the safe side of 100°C. Core temperatures of 95°C or 85°C or 75°C or 65°C are all perfectly safe.

If you want to undervolt your CPU, try setting the core and cache offset voltages to -100 mV. That is a good place to start testing when you have a 9750H. Increase your turbo ratios so your CPU can run as Intel intended.
 

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