a few days ago, my cpu suddenly got stuck at 800mhz, i tried to find the problem, according to my findings it isn't a thermal or windows power plan issue or something. The temps are fine and the power settings are all set to maximum performance. After searching on the internet i found a couple of forumthreads where they suggested downloading throttlestop and disabling BD PROCHOT (some thermal protection), the moment i disabled it i saw the multiplier shoot upwards from the 8 it was stuck at, to normal levels.
So the issue is sort of but not really fixed...
Is there a normal fix, or is there a sensor that stopped working correctly? (which would mean sending the laptop back for rma, for the second time, sigh)
Thanks in advance!
PC specs: (laptop, lenovo legion y720)
gtx 1060 6gb
256gb nvme ssd
with hwmonitor open when stress testing, the highest temp is 43 degrees celcius (package, core 0 and core 3). this isn't surprising since the core voltage is a tad under 0.7V.
Do you know if and how i could see the reading of the sensor(s) responsible for this issue?