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Artemio00
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Undervolting for pavilion laptops

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Hp can you enable undervolting for hp pavilion gaming 16 laptops with i7-10750h? The same thing that you did with Omen laptops. My temps: 85 - 95, I changed thermal grease, I have cleaned vents. You need to unlock like you did it for omens laptops.

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@Artemio00 

Omen laptops are designed for over and under clocking -- so software options are present to handle that. 

 

Pavilion laptops are not designed for that.



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What do you mean pavilion laptops are not designed for that? same cpu and gpu ? the one difference is the app that have omen laptops. But I had the same app pre-installed. So its possible to Undervolt it, and is was possible using XTU, but now its locked. so why is not possible to undervolt pavilions laptops? 

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@Artemio00 

HP does not provide the Omen processor tools for the Pavilion laptops -- that's what I mean by not designed. If HP intended you to do that, they would have produced a Pavilion version of the tools and preloaded them onto your laptop.



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