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10-31-2020 05:48 PM
I have the HP omen 15 2020 version from best buy, i7-10875h CPU and rtx 2060.
I'm on the f.06 bios and I saw on reddit someone used throttlestop and was able to access turbo ratio power limits and undervolt cpu cache and cpu core. So, I already had throttlestop installed and tried to undervolt a few months back but everything was locked. Today, I opened it up and I could change the values of the cpu core, cpu cache and turbo ratio power limits and the values seem to work. Unsure if they will remain after a restart, but I can confirm undervolting works, as my idle temp would spike around 70-80 degrees before undervolting. After undervolting they seem to only spike up to 60 degrees. Will do more testing, but if anyone wanted to undervolt, try it out and let me know.
11-01-2020 04:45 AM
I'm using these. I notice a big temp difference. 20 degrees less than when I run it without undervolting. My cpu would reach degrees of spiked of 95+ during game. Right now I'm going to around 75-80 with these settings applied.
11-03-2020 03:40 PM
If you saw this, I wrote below post in Reddit:
"Surprisingly, after F06 BIOS update undervolting starts to work. Now I can undervolt CPU Core, CPU Cache and Intel GPU values to -0.115mV. safely. There is no need to apply PL anymore. 🙂
But for now only ThrottleStop works, Intel XTU voltage offset options still grayed out.
The only issue remained on this laptop for me is; still there is no way to use RAM XMP profiles. If HP resolve this too, I will be very glad..."
And noticed that original thread is deleted in Reddit...
I'm using OMEN Laptop - 15-ek0002nt (i7 10750H / RTX 2070 Max-Q)