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OMEN 17-cb1000 Laptop PC (25T58AV)
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

When using the PC in performance mode, the temperature on the CPU sensor instantly rises to 95+ degrees(I7-10870H / 2080 super). Regardless of what is generally running on the PC. After a minute of operation, the frequencies are reset due to overheating of the CPU. Coolers hum at full speed and blow out cold air (99 degrees?). There is a reset to 3000 MHz and 35 watts of CPU. As a result, the processor does not work anywhere at the highest possible frequencies.When switching to balance mode, the temperature returns to the actual temperature. Perfomance mode 100% cpu max, balance 99%. If you switch modes, the temperature jumps from real (in balance mode) to 99 degrees in performance mode. On the 3rd screenshot you can see a graph with a temperature change every half a second. As a result, the maximum frequency in games is 3100 MHz at a load of 30-40% and a CPU "temperature" of 99 degrees.

 

Perfomance mode:

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Balance mode:

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Switching every second

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