in the above link the settings for i5 9300h is not there, it showing coming soon
Hello, the pre configured profile for i5 9300H is not listed on the site yet, i tried using the 8300H profile, but the results were off...My Laptop : Acer Predator Helios 300 PH315-52-5520 Gaming LaptopCPU : i5 9300HGPU : GTX 1660Ti GDDR6 6GB OverclockableRAM : 1 X 16GB DDR4 2666 MHz (Single Channel)I openly say that i'm not a specialist of any sort, but these were the problems i was facing with the i5 8300H profile.The power limit was raised to 50 from 45 (thermal throttling > 5% aida64 extreme)The core frequencies were around 35,34,34,35, (from 41,41,40,40)Speed Shift EPP was not set to 0 eitherMy laptop did run cooler although with lower performance as the CPU now ran at 3.4GHz on avgThe undervolt was set to around 0.134.And here's what seemed to work ok to me:Speed Shift EPP : 0Undervolt : -140.6 on both CPU cache and coreThis gave me better temperatures, better performance.To be specific, almost 7 degrees or more difference (decrease) and around 10 FPS increase (from 64 to 74) in FarCry 5 Ultra Settings 1080p.Hope this helps, if anyone has any other better settings please do let me know
I have the same processor but with a 1650 and I’m able to go all the way down to -.160V with a stable 4.0 ghz, no thermal throttling or power limit throttling.Still using stock thermal paste as well.
i have nitro 5 AN515-54, i5 9300h with gtx 1050can someone tell me the best possible undervolt setting in intel XTU also another question , so i only have to reduce the voltage or do i also have to reduce the processor core IccMax or some other settings
Hi! So, I have an Acer Nitro 5 and I used the i5-8300H preset (on a i5-9300H) and my clocks were at 3.4Ghz on all cores and I thought it was fine until the following day. Today (the following day), my laptop stuttered several times when I had Apple Music playing the background, Chrome open (4 tabs), and an equalizer open. Before apply the undervolting, I've had several applications open and this hasn't happened before. (To be transparent, I had the computer officially serviced at Acer and they said they updated my BIOS. Because the BIOS was updated, I still don't know if it's the BIOS that slowed my computer down or the undervolting.) As a result, I uninstalled the i5-8300H throttlestop preset and installed the i7-9750H preset (and the others). The results were more than I desired... (4.0GHz on all cores) however, my temps went to around 177°F now. Now, the reason behind me undervolting was because GTA5 was sending my temps all the way to 204°F (not undervolted) even though the computer was raised and had good access to fresh air (I still don't know if this was because of the BIOS update because I used to peak at around 180-190°F before it went to be repaired). So, I'm wondering whether this is bad for my computer and if I should go down to i7-8750H's preset or even all the way back to i5-8300H? I desire to have lower temperatures because I plan to have this computer last for at least 4 more years but, I also don't want to have a compromised (slower) computer. Would appreciate any help, thanks!!!I also would like to add that the item that was repaired was the bottom case of my laptop and not any parts, the only issue I can think of is that the bottom case is affecting cooling... somehow?(Copied from the thread with the presets)
Hello guys, such is the problem, I bought a laptop two months ago ...Intel core i5, rtx 2060 .. Immediately there were problems with the temperature, namely in games the temperature reached 94-95 degrees Celsius .. Then I wrote in support, they asked to send them a laptop, I sent them, then they told me that the problem was in thermal paste and everything will be fine now ...I thought, okay, I got a laptop, paid for the "cleaning" services .. Well, in short, I started playing and I see that the effect is zero, the temperature jumps to 94 degrees in any games, even not demanding ones, be it CS: GO or Dota or AC Oddysey, the temperature jumps to the limit ...I lowered the processor voltage to -0.145, dropped a little, works in the maximum fan operation mode through Nitro Sence .. In short, I don't know what to do, I downloaded the trottle stop program from the link indicated by the guy, with the settings on Intel i5 8300 ... What do you recommend? Can someone give some advice? Will the settings help or write in support? It's just a shame .. I bought a laptop for a large sum and so many problems with it
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