08-12-2018 12:11 AM
Hello I have i7 7700k 4.2ghz and I have turbo boost to 4.5ghz. It comes auto with 4.5ghz in bios. But temperatures are so badly high with that. I think its about high vcore. I want change my core voltages but in bios doesn't show me anything. And I try intel extreme tuning utility but its not working. I want change this high vcores. I can't use Omen command cause in bios auto turbo boost 4.5ghz. When I disabled hyper threaded its shows me 4.2ghz but only 4 threads. I have 8 normally. And when I do this my temperatures down to 85-93C. My bios up to date already. And all programs are up to date too. And I don't know why but when I play games the temperatures gpu and cpu are just 78 - 83 C most of the time but when my frametime goes up my cpu up to 87 - 97 just 1 second. And later again down 78 - 80C . Thats why my cpu packages goes up 97 C somehow.
08-13-2018 04:51 AM
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I understand while playing games on your PC the CPU overheats and runs above 90 degrees.
Don't worry I'll try to help you out.
Did you make any software or hardware changes on your laptop?
Are you running any high-end application or playing a graphic oriented game on your PC?
Excellent description and a great diagnosis done. It is greatly appreciated.
Try restoring the BIOS to default and check if it helps.
1. Turn off the computer and wait five seconds.
2. Press the Power button to start the computer and repeatedly press the F10 key to enter the BIOS setup menu.
3. On the BIOS Setup screen, press F9 to select and load the BIOS Setup Default settings.
4. Press F10 to Save and Exit.
5. Use the arrow keys to select Yes, then press Enter when asked Exit Saving Changes?
6. Follow the prompts to restart your computer.
Normally if your gaming or using any high-end application the PC will raise the temperature and if the vents are restricted that will increase the heat more. So if this PC hasn't had the vents cleaned out for sometime this could result in thermal overload and causing your PC to shut down and worse case damage the system to point it no longer works.
Try updating the Intel Management Engine Interface Driver and graphics driver from the links below and check if it helps.
Update the Intel Management Engine Interface Driver using this link. Click Here
Also, update the NVIDIA graphics driver using this link. Click Here
You can try updating other drivers on your PC using HP support assistant.
Refer this article to know more information about using the HP support assistant.
Try performing the following troubleshooting steps:
1 - Right-click on any open space on your computer's taskbar.
2 -Select "Task Manager" and press "Enter."
3 -Select "View" from the Taskbar Manager's pull-down menu. If more than one computer is connected to your network, notice the graphs for all CPUs. Select "One Graph Per CPU." This will help determine which computers are using more processing time.
4 -Go to the "Applications" tab. Because this tab shows open programs in real time, you will be able to see exactly when a program has been opened and closed at the time that it occurs. Identify and close selected programs by highlighting each one separately and clicking on "End Task" to free up processing time. (Important: Make sure all work is saved prior to closing any programs.)
5 -Go to the "Processes" tab and view them, but do not delete any of them unless absolutely necessary. All of the hidden system processes and programs are listed here. (Note: See Warnings section.)
6 -Set your computer's cooling fan to "Auto." Next, slide the Processing Speed scale to "3-4." Slide the Cooling Method scale to the middle of the range. These settings will slow down the CPU when needed
Also, Hit Win Key + R
Type in “Regedit” and then hit Enter.
Go to ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management’
Find ‘ClearPageFileAtShutDown’ and change its value to 1
Restart the computer
Lastly, try running a system diagnostics test on your PC and check if the hardware components on your PC are functioning correctly.
Refer this article to know more information about running system diagnostics on your PC. Click Here
Refer this article to further troubleshoot overheating issues with your PC. Click Here
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