Question Why Intel GPU hits 100% and makes drops?

Oct 23, 2020
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Hi everyone!

After changing the thermal paste of my notebook , I noticed some little but very annoying drops.

I'm working on Adobe Premiere Pro , I know that maybe my computer is not too powerful to work with this software , but before this process I didn't faced with situation like that. Even in surfing in Facebook on browser , GPU hits some high levels and it makes drops. And frame on the screen is frozing and I can't do anything for a 20-30 seconds and it repeats approximately every 5 mins.

Can anyone help me to solve this problem?

P.S - My computer is :

Asus K556U ; i7-7; Nvidia 930MX; RAM - 12 ; SSD - 480 Kingston.

P.S.S - I changed thermal paste second time with high-quality one and still drops. ( I use computer in "maximum performance plan" , I added Premiere Pro & browser to "Maximum performance" in Graphic settings and Nvidia Settings)


 
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iiSlashr

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Does the CPU spike or the GPU? If the GPU's spiking that's normal. Video editing uses it heavily. You probably can't do it comfortably with a weak one like that.
 

Flamebrander

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Everything here seems normal as far as I can see. Those spikes are just normal processes ending, so the gpu no longer has to process anything. Additionally, if something is abnormal and I just didn't see it, check if it is thermal throttling. Download a monitoring software, and check thermals. Generally, anything above 75 is abnormally high, although for a laptop it would be around 90 for abnormal thermals.
 
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Does the CPU spike or the GPU? If the GPU's spiking that's normal. Video editing uses it heavily. You probably can't do it comfortably with a weak one like that.
CPU also spikes sometimes but it doesn't make any drops as GPU does it. As I mentioned , it happens not only when I editing but surfing in social media also. I think it doesn't make any sense, does it?
 
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Everything here seems normal as far as I can see. Those spikes are just normal processes ending, so the gpu no longer has to process anything. Additionally, if something is abnormal and I just didn't see it, check if it is thermal throttling. Download a monitoring software, and check thermals. Generally, anything above 75 is abnormally high, although for a laptop it would be around 90 for abnormal thermals.
If it only happens when I editing videos , I would be okay with that. But drops when I use ordinary websites like Facebook, It really disturbs me ...
I did monitoring and everything seems cool. Don't know what to do literally

 
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If you didn't see them in task manager, would you care about it?
Of course , frame on the screen is frozing and I can't do anything for a 20-30 seconds and it repeats approximately every 20 mins.
The problem is , before the thermal paste changing process , I didn't have this kind of issues .
 
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Don't know if it helps , but when I changed thermal paste , I also wanted to change mic/headphone input because of not working. Computer technician said he should change that part with the help of another donor motherboard. Now I don't have that little input part , he's searching for donor motherboard to take this part from that one and put in mine.
 

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