Hi!First sorry for my bad english!I buy a laptop with a i7 8750h inside I also buy a good cooling pad for prevent over heating.My problem is i have to turn off the TURBO BOOST because when i play game the temp hit 97 98 degree.With the turbo boost off my heating problem are gone but i only have a 2ghz of power cpu instead 4.1...What can i do for that?
I have the same problem , I am experiencing very high fluctuating temperatures on idle of about 60-80 degrees and on load to 95 degrees. I have replaced the factory thermal paste on the i7 8750h and the cpu , but that did not seem to solve the issue. I was requested to 'Undervolt' the cpu which i did attempt to do but the temperatures still remained high, to the extent i had to downclock the cpu to just reach temperatures of 75 degrees. I find all of this unnecessary to do and unacceptable as i paid a price for the laptop and not for half of the laptop and that i should get the full benefit and full potential of this system without issues. Maybe intel can release a BIOS to control this CPU ?
I just FIND A SAFE SOLUTION!Dont turn off the turbo boost BUT with the intel program extreme Tuning utility you just drop the TURBO BOOST POWER MAX mine was to 45 it very high i have put at 30 ans now i have in full load 72 degree with turbo boost active!
Sorry but where do you see 'TURBO BOOST POWER MAX voltage' ? i only see 'turbo boost short power max' and turbo boost power max' . No voltage just wattages
SORRY!Forget about this it just Turbo boost max power drop this a lttle do a stress test see if problem heat are gone mine was at 45 i have put 37 and it seem perfect!
Hi Leonardo. From my side , Yes , so I await and see what can be done , but the issue is evolving with the CPU , with extremely high temperatures up to 95+ to 99 degrees. The GPU seems to be intact and good at a stable 76 degrees on load . So all I can do is wait .
If you have a laptop that is reaching 100c, then, as far as I am concerned, it is broken and should be taken back to the vendor for repair or replacement.