Originally Posted by scone2ten
i was amaze how significant changes by applying silver paste to the processor, i'm planning to get the machine, i use to assemble and config for all my previous desktop but i have no experiance with laptop. izzit worth taking the new laptop apart to do so?
logan, do you mind teach me how you do it? by software or in bios setting? sorry if i ask stupid question/...
I wouldnt think it would be worth taking the laptop apart especially if you havent done it before....You can gain just as good temps using the RMClock utility and "it wont void your warranty"
I think maybe you were looking for something like this.
1. Download RMClock from here
2. Put it in a folder somewhere like C:\\Program Files\\RMClock\\RMClock.exe and create your shortcut to it if you like for your Start bar.
3. Run it, ie double click it. Take note of your Max and Minimal voltage along side your Max and Min Multiplier. On my ML-30 it was 4x multi = 1.0v and 8x = 1.40v. YOurs might be different for different cpu.
4 Next highlight the Profiles
tab, highlight your highest multi and then move down to the VID Select
drop down button and select a voltage slightly lower than your Max default i.e if its 1.45v then try 1.40v etc.
While your here you could set your Min default as well i.e 1.0v and try 0.95v etc.
Though its probably best to do one at a time until you find the lowest stable you can use for both Max and Min mutlipliers.
I have used my own settings here so max was 8x1.40v and its now down to 8x1.10v my min was 4x1.0v and is now 4x0.95v, yours will be different as not all cpu are the same. Lower a little at a time and test for stability using benchmark software like Prime SuperPi or game for a while. Make sure it is stable.
5. Next highlight a profile for this i have chose Performance ON Demand
. Tick the Use P-State Transitions (PST)
button, and then tick either or both your min and max multi's below it depending on which your testing or which your happy with. YOu can do this for Both the AC Power / Battery
tabs its up to you.
Test and lower as you go until you have found the lowest stable voltage for both max and min.
6. When your happy its stable highlight the Management
tab and untick the 2 CPU Defaults Settings
buttons. Also tick the Start application minimised to system tray
button and the Run application when Windows session starts button
7. Also i dont know if this makes a diff but i have it checked so highlight the Advanced CPU Settings
Tab and tick the Apply these settings at startup
button. Thats about it.Side Notes
1. I dont have the Acer E-Management utility installed.
2. I have Always on
in the Windows Power Management selection.
3. I am not an expert on RMClock so i am sure there is alot i dont know LOL. I dont mess with settings i dont know.....
4. I uninstalled NHC as RMClock has vcore temp monitoring, dont need 2 proggys just the one now.
5. I apologise now for hijacking this thread, it was not my intention......
6. Thank you to Stronzo
Hope it helps