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EVGA SC17 #1 at Hwbot for CB15 with i7-7820HK

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EVGA SC17 4K G-SYNC | i7-7820HK | GTX 1080 | 32GB DDR4 3000MHz | Samsung 960 Pro 2TB + 2TB Firecuda SSHD| Firestrike
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    Re: EVGA SC17 #1 at Hwbot for CB15 with i7-7820HK 2018/04/14 17:46:22 (permalink)



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    Re: EVGA SC17 #1 at Hwbot for CB15 with i7-7820HK 2018/04/15 14:52:33 (permalink)
    DUDE nice how much overvoltage you are running ?

    EVGA SC17 - 1070 No/GSYNC
    If only the 4K display didn't ghost that much :'(
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    Re: EVGA SC17 #1 at Hwbot for CB15 with i7-7820HK 2018/04/16 05:15:52 (permalink)
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    DUDE ne how much overvoltage you are running ?


    To pass a CB run at 4.9GHz I need the maximum allowed voltage at 1.52V and temps are in the 90s, with one core over 95C.  I did a bad repaste job, with one core running hotter than the others, but this laptop is a pain to repaste, so perhaps some other time.   This system has a lot of vdroop, so the reported VID is certainly way less than the actual vcore, because if it was actually 1.52, temps would reach 100C in a couple of seconds.  Other laptops have a sort of LLC to counter vdroop in the EC, while this one does not.  The vdroop option in the BIOS does nothing, neither changing AC DC loadline values.  It is probably running vcore at 1.40-1.42V, judging by comparing temps and power draw with MSI and Alienware systems.

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