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08-02-2021 03:18 PM - edited 08-02-2021 03:22 PM
So I recently bought HP pavilion 15 DK1056wm
Specs are here:
(Not official site but I bought from here)
So on normal usage I have somewhat 50-60 ° C temperatures in CPU.But when I ran GTA V to test the FPS ,temperatures etc , GPU was okay like in somewhere 60°or below .But CPU temp goes in 90° and it remains around 90 - 96,97°....I was concerned and used throttle stop to power limit (in TPL I changed top 2 values to 35,35) ,then the temperature decreased to 80°s. But fps drops occur.How can I avoid this withot throttle stop?is there any way to under volt i5-10300H ? Cuz it can help in reducing temp....and also can I change the fan speed so temp remain okay?
08-04-2021 03:10 AM
Your unit CPU is working as per design since it can reach a max of 100 degress. Normally, not all 4 cores of the CPU reach 97 at the same time, that might be the total value. As per Intel the TJ value is 100 and gaming notebooks have been built to use fullw power, TDP, to maximize CPU clock speeds and increase gaming performance. Check Intel specs for your CPU.
You can check if your BIOS is updated, make sure you are using the unit in a flat surface, without blocking the air vents, check if there is dust accumulated in the air vents, since it can easily accumulate dust.
You should not change the calues using throttlestop, dont change the power limit, since that will decrease clock speed therefore less FPS. Keep it at max values, and you can use the windows power plan for example and set the maximum CPU percentage to 95% for example or you just disable the turbo boost in throttle stop, in that way the CPU does not go to max bost speed and it should reduce the temperatures.
You can try to use this guide to undervolt the CPU using throttlestop instead of changing PL values.
Reducing power for the CPU, will reduce heat, so dont reduce power too much, minimal changes and you can test it.
08-04-2021 08:23 AM
well i have the same issue, but mine is hp pavilion gaming 16 dk1064tx, but in my case sometimes in idle position the temp gets spike it can reach 90 degree in the omen gaming hub, u said that it was fine because the intel core i5 10300h is built to hold up to 100 degree celcius, but while i play my fps drops. for example, i used to play valorant, in highest settings at 120-160 fps but now i only get under 100 fps, also the same to gta v i used to play in high and gets 80fps but now i use normal and only get under 60 fps. hope u got any solutions
08-04-2021 08:44 AM
You need to understand, a unit is never in idle mode, since you are running windows and there are background services, windows updates running, HPSA updates, AV scanners, so at times, it can happen that these processes can increase CPU usage and temperature, so you need to investigate how are the system resources being used, by checking in task manager. Check the applications and processes running and which ones are consuming more CPU.
If FPS are dropping, normally, it could be related to thermal throttling, its not a bad thing, its a safety measure for the CPU in case it cant rid off high temperatures.
You need to look for CPU throttling by using CoreTemp and checking the core temperatures and clock speeds, you can use coretemp app, play in windows mode and have this small app open to monitor the temperatures and clock speed. You can also install Intel XTU and if thermal throttling is occuring in the main screen, there is a graphical interface you can see if thermal throttling is happening.
If you play games in HIGH QUALITY settings, you will get lower FPS, screen resolution and graphic quality in high settings, it can decrease the FPS but not dropping them.
Play those games in 1080p and selec low quality settings and check the FPS value. What is your unit screen refresh rate?
You dont benefit of high FPS since your screen refresh rate limits what you can see, so extra work for the system, more heat produced for no reason, you can limit FPS to a value below the max Hz of the display panel.
Check the unit location, if its well ventilated, no dust in the air vents, if you have the latest BIOS installed as well.
08-05-2021 09:51 AM - edited 08-05-2021 09:54 AM
Hi ! thanks for the early ,really appreciate it and coming to the updates now:-
So , Throttle stop is no luck ,secondly we can't even change the frequency of core clock nor we can decrease offset voltage as it is blocked by the manufacturer of i510300H ,except for TDPSo I ran GTA 5 without the throttle stop to get full performance and I noticed temperature was good around 80-89 something..but it suddenly hit 95 97 and stuck there.I opened task manager and the main issue was "Feedback Hub" service that was eating CPU a lot around 20% usage.I removed it ,temp became normal again but it starts while playing games again .So I uninstalled it after reading a post on internet . Then playing GTA 5, I was happy to see 75-87 temperature and low CPU usage with full Fps ,very high + high settings mixture and was happy 😁...It sometimes got 97,98 but didn't stuck and automatically came back to 80's in less than a second and I know this normal...I tested Detroit become human and temp was in 50's ,Low settings with 30 frames locked.But it did increase at high graphics areas(around 80's ,mostly in the line of 70's°). And yeah I wanna know why Detroit become human uses CPU more than gta 5?Maybe cuz it run in Vulkan?I heard that same is the case with RDR2 also?
08-06-2021 02:04 AM
Then it seems your issue is resolved, right?
How each game utilizes the CPU, that is something only the game developers can answer, since each game is coded differently, on how games uses the hardware, maybe some games will use single cores or multiple cores, so that is a question i am not able to answer.
You can check how the cores are loaded up and used but still, to know how the cpu is being utilized by specific games, either you try to find the asnwer on the web or you can consult the game developer to try to find out that information.
08-06-2021 10:18 AM
Hi again,can you tell what is the real temp I should watch in HWinfo64.Cuz I checked that MSI afterburner was causing 15 % constant system process usage so I am not uaing MSI but Hwinfo but there are a lot of temp like Cpu core temp by DTS .CPU packages etc ...which is the real thing here /?which one to check while gaming?
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