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01-30-2022 09:56 AM - edited 01-31-2022 04:36 PM
After upgrading the BIOS to version F.12 of this laptop the power limit of 5800H CPU is locked at 45W under any scenarios even with sufficient power supply and moderate temperature.
1. I've tried resetting the BIOS but it makes no difference;
2. Downgrading the BIOS isn't a thing: version F.12 locked this option as stated in the download page. I've tried USB recovery without success;
3. Windows power plan and the mode in OMEN gaming hub are set to proper values as well.
The same issue happens to other people as well: 暗影精灵7锐龙版3070 f.12bios功耗锁45w - 惠普支持社区 - 1140174 (hp.com)
So I suppose it is an issue in the BIOS itself.
Edit: to make it easier to understand, please refer to the following screenshot showing the thermals and powers during a Cinebench R23 run.
It shows that the CPU is not thermal throttled by any means, and it didn't hit the 65W PPT SLOW limit for even one second. Rather, it is limited by the 45W PPT, which shouldn't be a thing in normal cases.
01-31-2022 02:01 PM
Hi i think i have the same model Ryzen 7 5800H and the RX 6600M, i updated to F.12 and my CPU us boosting to 60W some times, this is giving me temps of high 80s and 91c. Are you havinf the same overheating problems or your CPU while gaming is stable?
04-20-2022 04:48 AM - edited 04-20-2022 04:54 AM
I have exactly the same issue with the same model omen 16 ryzen 7 5800h and rtx 3070, my laptop is handicapped at 45W instead of 60W. Ive had the laptop for less than 2 months, bought it because of the reviews. Well, CPU performance is a lot worse than the on the reviews. The performance is more like 5600h instead of 5800h. I paid premium for the high specced version and I'm getting handicapped CPU. The temperature stays at 74 degrees and has quite a headroom.
It is with Windows 10 pro, so it is not from the windows 11.
What are you doing HP ?
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