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MrLoneWolf2003
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Undervolt Omen

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Hey there , I saw this video on how to undervolt a laptop because mine has been heating up allot recently , I did changed its thermal paste , cleaned fans but still it gets hot , saw u have the option to undervolt in Omen gaming hub but I dont have the option to do that , is it not possible for my model or I have to update something ?

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Hello if your CPU is a ryzen CPU i fear it's not possible to undervolt it because AMD locked it so HP can't provide something AMD made locked by hardware design.

 

However there is a software called Ryzen Controller which you can use to help reduce overheating, you can either lower the power used by the cpu or change the max temperature (or both) you allow which will result in fans working harder thus reducing temperature. A similar software would be "AMD APU Tuning Utility" which comes with some presets for each cpu model but i don't know if they are good.

 

You can also use the max fan option in HP gaming Hub but it's gonna be really noisy.

 

Also last but not least, please take into account that by design  a notebook CPU can run higher than a desktop CPU without major issues (Most ryzen 5xxxH are designed to operate until 105°C though 95 should be considered a maximum on the long run).

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@MrLoneWolf2003 

 

Your machine is not on the list to have this function

 

           https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05387497

 

Regards.

BH
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