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Undervolting the Gigabyte Aero 15x - Performance Improvement?

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The Gigabyte Aero 15x is an excellent laptop overall, however in my benchmarking I did notice some thermal throttling with a combined CPU and GPU load such as while gaming. I’m going to attempt to improve the laptop performance by undervolting the Intel i7-8750H CPU to try and get the CPU cores running at full speed while gaming, and lower the temperatures to something cooler. See my full review of the Gigabyte Aero 15x here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGzkuwi0WAM Check pricing and further reviews at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2FbyOH6 ► Subscribe for weekly tech videos! https://www.youtube.com/JarrodsTech?sub_confirmation=1 My camera gear: Panasonic GH5: http://amzn.to/2DRh2K7 Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 Lens: http://amzn.to/2DQHe7I Metabones Speedbooster: http://amzn.to/2mSDCtK Davis & Sanford Tripod: http://amzn.to/2FXkC6c Rode Videomic Pro: http://amzn.to/2FUDOBH --- Follow me on Twitter --- Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/JarrodsTech We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
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Wesker Yuan (12 hours ago)
After watching your video and having read through the comments I guess it's safe for me to just apply a -120mV undervolt to my Aero 15X without any worries.
Jarrod'sTech (12 hours ago)
Should be good, but definitely worth testing to confirm it's stable with your CPU as it can vary.
priv1leged (1 day ago)
a result of 0.160 is impressive. i am currently testing 0.12 for 24hrs
Jarrod'sTech (14 hours ago)
+priv1leged awesome! My guess is because it would probably take too much time to tune them, and could cause issues long term, well not cause issues, but it might be like overclocking, in that if you run a good overclock for a year over time as things degrade you start needing more power to keep the same overclock or otherwise have to use lower speed. As each CPU is different, over time if maybe it runs too hot or what ever workloads it's exposed to, maybe it starts needing more and more power to work properly, so an undervolt that's fine to day may be unstable in the future. I'm just guessing right now, probably need more long term research done on this haha
priv1leged (14 hours ago)
+Jarrod'sTech almost unnoticable fan noise while gaming on ULTRA settings. i dont understand why manufacturers dont implement automatic undervolting algos in their drivers. This goes especially for GPU manufacturers
Jarrod'sTech (1 day ago)
Nice! How is it helping?
lastnightsfavorite (6 days ago)
Great review Jarred. It convinced me to finally get one of those myself with a RAM, WIFI and SSD upgrade. I havent modified any hardware yet and the benchmarks show that the performance is there with results even better than yours. One thing that still puzzles me is, that my GPU voltage never goes above 0.8V (GPU-Z / Afterburner) which doesnt seem right. Also my GPU doesnt boost as high as yours in the videos, even when overclocker +175 (above it gets unstable). Whats your maximum voltage on the GPU under load?
Jarrod'sTech (6 days ago)
No problem! I honestly haven't really ever compared it, I can grab that info from any other recent laptop I've tested this year if you need it just let me know. Trying to think of another 1070 Max-Q laptop I've tested but none coming to mind.. Oh the Razer Blade! 0.678V average on that one in gaming mode (overclocks the GPU a little), also 0.678V while playing PUBG at stock. In the Heaven benchmark only with no CPU load at stock, 0.720V, then 0.708V in gaming mode (actually if I recall now I think gaming mode also applied a little undervolt), so I guess that's two I've tested that didn't get anywhere near 1V. Checking a non Max-Q laptop with 1070 like the Zephyrus M, with an overclock under CPU stress test it gets to 0.920V.
lastnightsfavorite (6 days ago)
Very helpful feedback Jarrod! Thanks indeed! Sounds low, but maybe thats just how it should be.
Jarrod'sTech (6 days ago)
Oh actually I checked the data I had from this video, I have a screenshot of Hardware Info from my stress test with the fan maxed out, after 33 minuntes the average GPU core voltage was 0.747V, peaking at 0.825V over that time with the Heaven benchmark running, lowest recorded was 0.681V.
lastnightsfavorite (6 days ago)
Same here. I am all set for the full liquid metal treatment, hardware upgrade and the lot. I just want to make sure Ive got a good unit and here in Germany I can return or exchange it in the first 14 days with no questions asked. The 0.8V and the resulting Power Limit indication is puzzling me. I cant draw a voltage curve in Afterburner as the curve only starts at 0.8V and goes up from there. To my knowledge it should go up to 1.062V. Looking forward to your upgrade video!
Jarrod'sTech (6 days ago)
Thanks! Not sure about the voltage when I tested in this video, as I sent this review unit back to Gigabyte shortly after the video. I did recently get my own Aero 15X though, I just bought some new thermal paste, RAM, and an SSD, I'm going to do an Aero 15X upgrade video soon with some before/after results 😁 so can look there.
Justin Fay (12 days ago)
Like ypur channel but I cant tell if the way ypu end your sentences is on purpose or not... Anyway I ordered this laptop today with 144hz screen ^.^
Jarrod'sTech (12 days ago)
It's just how I talk, maybe also part of the Australian accent, some people from other countries really hate it but sounds the same to most of the other Australian guys on YouTube lol. Anyway cool hope you like it in 144hz 👍
Rian Spaulding (13 days ago)
Would undervolting help at all for 4K video editing? I know editing generally doesn’t tax the GPU that much but would love to hear your thoughts. Great video!
Jarrod'sTech (13 days ago)
It would depend on how much of the CPU is in use during the process, maybe not so much in editing, but during exporting the video it would likely help as that would be using all cores with high levels of load.
Wongseifu548 (16 days ago)
Hey Jarrod have you undervolted the GPU as well?
Jarrod'sTech (16 days ago)
No problem! Nice, hope you like it!
Wongseifu548 (16 days ago)
+Jarrod'sTech thank you Jarrod love your videos. Picked up an aero 15x on black friday because of them
Jarrod'sTech (16 days ago)
No, I have only tested that a couple of times and didn't find it to make anywhere near enough difference to be worthwhile trying in future videos. That said I have my own Aero now so could do further testing.
The laptop came with 1x16 RAM stick. Did you use that stock RAM or turned to 2x8 GB sticks for those benchmarks? Since you own the laptop right now, I want to know everything from you. Did you experience BSODs with the preinstalled Windows OS and clean installed a newer version ISO? Do you get random BSODs during work or gameplay? Are the temps better/worse compared to gs65 stealth thin? This is literally all I want to know before I purchase. BTW, where can I get another 16 GB stick to enable duaL channel? Any link you know? Thanks in advance. :))
Jarrod'sTech (25 days ago)
I have an example in my full review video, my current one seems pretty good though, but yeah comes down to luck
+Jarrod'sTech How is the backlight bleed on your unit? Terrible? Horrific? Scary? The discussions on Reddit are destroying my brain right now. Whenever I am about to pull pull the plug, sth bad bumps up. 😔
Jarrod'sTech (25 days ago)
Hey,! This review unit had a single stick in dual channel. For my new aero I have bought 2x 16gb sticks so will have some dual channel benchmarks soon. no bsod for me yet, I fresh installed windows from a downloaded ISO from Microsoft. I compare the temps with the gs65 in my aero vs gs65 video, can't link just now as I'm on my phone in another country lol, but just search the channel videos should come up. I couldn't find another 16gb stick of v-color memory so I'll try sell it and just bought a new 2x kit of officially supported g.skill
Gilbert Rose (28 days ago)
I have undervolted 150mv. Still getting 90 degrees when playing games and the bottom side of the laptop is cooking hard.
Gilbert Rose (27 days ago)
+Jarrod'sTech yeah the fan was in gaming mode.. am not gaming on my lap but it's just a concern for the long run. I won't try repasting now as it will void my warranty. Looks like it is using the undervolting to increase fps instead of going down in temp.
Jarrod'sTech (28 days ago)
Have you boosted the fans? Next steps would be a cooling pad or replacing the thermal paste, assuming you want to try and lower it. If you're not throttling though no real point unless it's making the laptop too hot to touch or something.
Sean Johnstone (1 month ago)
Coffee lake is shit. RIP Intel.
Jarrod'sTech (1 month ago)
Eh I'm pretty happy with my new 8750H laptop compared to my 6700HQ lol.
D火龙 (2 months ago)
Many thanks for your vedio, is there any test for CPU only? I'm wondering if all cores could hit 3.9GHZ, it would be a huge improvement for something like compiling code, compressing files? And one more question, is there any way to make balanced power plan go past 2.69GHZ?
D火龙 (2 months ago)
Will it down to 0.8GHz when idle?
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
Hmm not sure, I think I just made a custom one not based off of anything else and then set what ever I wanted and it was fine. 3.9GHz all core turbo under stress test.
D火龙 (2 months ago)
I did the same thing, if I choose use the balanced power plan to create the custom one, it will hit 2.68GHz. If I choose to use high performance power plane to create custom one, cpu will be locked to 4GHz all the time, I'm finding some settings let it could be ranged from 0.8GHz to 4GHz. Thanks in advance.
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
In windows right click the battery icon > power options, create a power plan.
D火龙 (2 months ago)
Could you share how to create the power plan? I have created the plan base the balanced mode but it didn't help and the high performance mode will lock cpu to 4GHz. Thanks!
Bleach (2 months ago)
I was able to go down to -0.170 for about 10mins, -0.165 for an hour, -0.160 for a few hours until everything keeps crashing and -0.155 for 100% stability
Bleach (2 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech i was so happy when i was able to go down to -0.165 but then everything went haywire haahaha
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
Not bad!
Lover Of Tech (2 months ago)
Just undervolted my Dell G5 after watching this video. result
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
Cool 😃
Gabriel Mangles (2 months ago)
Hi JT. To work and play games. Aero 15x or Blade 15?
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
Personally the Aero, much cheaper and available with similar specs, but importantly for me also has an SD slot which I need for editing video, also has slightly better battery. I'm hoping to do a comparison video between the two showing full differences soon
ccjh0806 (2 months ago)
Hi could you please make a tutorial video about how to undervolt?
ccjh0806 (2 months ago)
+Jarrod'sTech thank you good to know!!
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
Yeah it's on my list of videos to make 👍 just a lot to get through
Matthias Banckaert (2 months ago)
What is the booting time of the laptop?
Matthias Banckaert (2 months ago)
+Jarrod'sTech oke, thanks anyway
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
Not sure, less than a minute, it's not something I've ever bothered measuring as pretty much all modern laptops with an SSD are pretty quick, and for the most part you don't often boot up anyway so it's not something I compare.
ZRING GT (2 months ago)
15 degrees!!!!
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
😮
목승준 (2 months ago)
my cpu clock speed is limited to max2.8ghz on balance mode. and if i change to performance mode it just stays at 3.9~4.0. what should i do to change the limit of cpu. Thanks
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
Oh right, yeah I had that until I created a custom power plan in Windows.
목승준 (2 months ago)
+Jarrod'sTech Nono I mean the CPU clock was limited by itself when I first bought it. when im using balance mode, the max frequency is limited to 2.6ghz
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
Why do you want to limit it? There might be software for that, to be honest I've never looked into it because I'm always trying to get more performance rather than cap it.
Azeem Quadri (2 months ago)
Pelican Gaming. Is that you?
Jarrod'sTech (2 months ago)
Yes
Daniel Jules (3 months ago)
hey i have the same CPU as you, i need your help D: Im having power limit throttling and current limit throttling. Please send some help or maybe post of video on how to fix those
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Have you tried to undervolt the CPU? That should help with both of those issues. I've only seen current limit throttling while running off battery power, I assume you're plugged in while doing this testing, or are you running on battery? Or if plugged in is the laptop at 100% charge or is it also charging?
Peter Stefani (3 months ago)
My Clevo i7-8750H/GTX 1070 was running super hot with Project Cars 2, which is very CPU intensive game.Finally ended up with -0.128V/ x25 multiplier/77degress CPU/72 degrees GPU/ 64% CPU util/3.44GHz under full game load. Speed Shift 0. Averaging around 112FPS with Hi in game settings 1080P (I used Throttle Stop, starts up auto with Task Scheduler)
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Sounds like a nice improvement!
Eugene Koiner (3 months ago)
i have dell g5 with i7 and i've made the undervolting, Thermal throttling has gone, but tdp drops down from 45W to 15W periodicaly espesially when the CPU and GPU work together, do you know why is this happening and how to fix that?
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
I left my full load stress tests going for hours to get the information shown in my G5 review. I didn't actually check the TDP levels, but my clock speeds are higher than what you report, although only directly comparable if you also run the Heaven benchmark and Aida64 at the same time, as that's what I was running.
Eugene Koiner (3 months ago)
you didnt test it for a long enough time or you didnt give it a full load for both CPU and GPU cos here is a chiniese gets the same thing as i do. Check it out: https://youtu.be/OgxKf1C8EAE?t=678 Watch the "package" line closely, it drops to 15w
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Hmm yeah I had 180w too, thought maybe it was a lower one for some reason. I assume your battery is fully charged at 100% while testing? Could ask Dell support perhaps.
Eugene Koiner (3 months ago)
I use a standart 180W power adapter. I haven't tested this on the old bios because i updated it after i've installed windows and all drivers. ok thx for your help i will find it out sooner or later :)
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Yeah I ran a stress test with Aida64 and the Heaven benchmark at the same time in my G5 review video, I had power limit throttling like you have there but the TDP wasn't quite that low and my clock speeds were still in the 3GHz range, so not really sure why that's the case. What wattage power brick are you using? I wonder if it is lower than mind or something and it can't get enough power. Can't really think of what else would fix it, maybe a BIOS update if there was a bug causing this in an older one?
Ryan9316 (3 months ago)
Undervolted mine -. 160, and repasted with Kryonaut for pretty much no reduction in Temps.
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Hmm that's strange, perhaps you were hitting some kind of throttling like power limit before the undervolting and now that's a bit less of an issue, did you run and before and after benchmarks to see if the performance improved? Temperatures may not always improve from undervolting but performance will if you were reaching the power limit which happens in most 8750h laptops
Aleksandar (3 months ago)
i have undervolt the Gigabyte 15xv8 (i7-8750h) successfully with -0,200V and a stress test of 4h. With Intel XTU.
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Wow that seems quite good, you must be getting some nice differences with that!
vorkot1 (3 months ago)
Do you also recommend Undervolting the GPU for that matter?. My CPU and GPU temps are quite decent (As mentioned in a previous comment to you: -95 Mv on the CPU max to still stay stable). CPU around 68-75 degrees. My GPU hits 80/81 degrees max and stays around that. Not too hot of course but I wonder if it's worth it to also do a GPU undervolt to make it even cooler :)
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Some people have said that it is good, but in my limited testing I saw no difference so I stopped testing it, maybe I just do it wrong not sure! In any case with all the 8th gen laptops I've tested the CPU is always the limiting factor in terms of thermal/power limit throttling, GPU has always been quite a bit cooler in comparison, interestingly sounds like yours is the opposite though so yeah I guess could be wroth at least trying it out.
wiseguy100 (3 months ago)
Just tried undervolting my Aero 15. Started at -0.150. Worked. But...Unplugged the power to see what it was like on battery. Aero froze up. Tried again at -0.100. Pulled cable out to test battery power. Mouse cursor started jumping all over the place and stuttering. Reset to defaults and now everything is back to normal. Is there something i’m doing wrong or are you simply never meant to run the lappy on battery if you’ve undervolted?
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
No problem, good to hear! Cheers 😃
wiseguy100 (3 months ago)
Seem to have got it working. Changed my battery profile to balanced, and set the undervolt at -0.125. Thanks for the replies and keep u the good work on the vids :)
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Hmm perhaps, maybe the power profile performs some sort of undervolt itself so that the CPU uses less power which could conflict with your settings, just my best guess though, I suppose you could look at only undervolting while plugged in / doing CPU intensive work if you need it, although I guess that's a bit of a hassle to have to change it.
wiseguy100 (3 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech Thx for the quick reply 😀 I deleted the intel software because it scared me a little with the freezes lol. I’ve only had the laptop for 2 days. I may install it again and try lower numbers. Could it be something to do with having my laptop on power saving in power options when running on battery?
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Hmm it should still be ok on battery if it's stable, I haven't tested that many laptops on battery while undervolted though, I think I didn't try it for the first time until the Aorus X5 review which was after I had the Aero, I did some battery life testing with it to see the differences and had no issue there so not really sure to be honest, what if you keep lowering it?
Nicolas Chen (3 months ago)
Are there any downsides to undervolting?
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Not that I'm aware of, assuming you've got it stable. The only problem of the components not receiving enough power is that programs will crash or Windows will blue screen, but if that happens it will just restart with the undervolt disabled, so as long as you've set it and it's at a stable value it should be fine.
vienna sausage (3 months ago)
Is that a max q laptop Chassis look sexy but I dunno about thermal heat release.maybe in time companies will master the schematics and design and minimize or eliminate the throttling for good
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
I haven't had a chance to test it yet, still waiting for the Australian team to have some review units available.
vienna sausage (3 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech thanks.i wasn't sure.seems brands are following razer and getting thinner and getting more boxy.me? I prefer a heavier bulkier tried and true way like my old asus g752vt.best thermals I've ever had in a laptop. So...how about that new alienware laptop that cameout.i heard it's a rice cooker.lolololololololol
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Yes it is, I have a full review of it with more details if you're interested. As for the temperatures, that's pretty standard with all 8750H laptops I've tested so far.
jman rob (3 months ago)
Some thermal grizzly might just allow for the max turbo boost coupled with the undervolt.
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
Yeah maybe, not something I could test unfortunately.
Roger Palomino (3 months ago)
How do you undervolt your laptop?
Jarrod'sTech (3 months ago)
I use Intel XTU software, there are heaps of guides online but basically using that you can drop the core voltage offset.
Aleksandar (4 months ago)
How is the fan noise after undervolting? Any changes? Or do you have only more speed with same noise?
Jarrod'sTech (4 months ago)
I didn't include it because it was essentially the same.
CraftMojo (4 months ago)
How about aero 15 v8?
Jarrod'sTech (4 months ago)
I haven't had that one for testing yet so not currently sure, I suspect it would be similar though as it's basically the same just with 1060 graphics right? Maybe a bit cooler due to the shared heat pipe.
The Nickster (4 months ago)
Would a gaming cooling pad help?
Jarrod'sTech (4 months ago)
To undervolt yes, but if you're running at ~30c it sounds like you need to sort that out first. Did making the new power plan do anything?
The Nickster (4 months ago)
Okay so can I just go into xtu and change the core voltage offset until my laptop crashes so then I'd know when to stop without having to worry about any tests or benchmarks?
Jarrod'sTech (4 months ago)
I used HWInfo to see the clock speeds of all cores, I think XTU (sounds like that's what you're using) only shows the peak reached in recent maximum? I also used the Aida64 stress test which is probably a different workload than the XTU stress test. Anyway I just made a new power plan, I think I based it on high performance, I don't think it really matters as long as you're making a new power plan.
The Nickster (4 months ago)
It states that my max core frequency recent maximum was 3.96ghz. Which power plan did you go with?
Jarrod'sTech (4 months ago)
What clock speeds does it get to? I noticed that in the beginning mine never passed 2.7GHz on all cores with a stress test going no matter what. I found that I was able to remove this by creating a new custom power plan in Windows, so I think out of the box there is some limitation in place from Gigabyte in the software. I didn't check the temps while this happened but this would be my best guess.
Azula (5 months ago)
Hi, did you know you could undervolt gpu also with msi afterburner? it will reduce gpu temps alot and maybe cpu temps to some degree.
Jarrod'sTech (5 months ago)
Can't recall sorry, I tested it in the Aorus X5 and I think Dell G5, I'll give it a go in some future laptops I test again because yeah it should work, not sure why I wasn't seeing any changes :(
Azula (5 months ago)
Strange, I've got 10 degrees lower with undervolt, default voltage is 1050mV, I've set it to 875mV. But this is for desktop GTX 1060, not sure if this actually working with notebooks. Maybe nvidia already did maximum undervolt for this thin laptops... What is default voltage of GPU and what voltage/freqency combo you have tried? Mine default is 1050mV with 1860Mhz. Undervolted version runs at: 875mV and same 1860Mhz.
Jarrod'sTech (5 months ago)
Yeah I've since tried it in a couple of laptops but I didn't find it to make any difference there, so I don't think I'll be including it in future reviews going forward. Maybe I'm just doing it wrong, but I spent an hour modifying things and following different guides but didn't get any temperature difference, whereas CPU undervolting was much more effective and easier, at least in my opinion.
PortalGamesMais (5 months ago)
Undervolt gs65 please
Jarrod'sTech (5 months ago)
I didn't do a dedicated video on it, but I did talk about the thermal performance and game performance improvements by undervolting in my full review video of the GS65 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVC5M1Tue_k
Bleach (5 months ago)
Can u overclock the gpu on this laptop?
Jarrod'sTech (5 months ago)
Yeah you can
Bewolf Zr (5 months ago)
I got issues when undervolting my msi laptop when using msi afterburner the gpu fan go to the max when i don’t even using it, i just need to lunch msi afterburner for that issue to happen
Jarrod'sTech (5 months ago)
Not really sure why that happens to be honest, sounds like some sort of bug with Afterburner maybe? I only tried using Intel XTU with the Aero 15x to undervolt the CPU.
Darkness Will rise (5 months ago)
subarashi!. :O
Darkness Will rise (5 months ago)
I undervolted my cores after watching this video. I was able to undervolt by -.090mv. I ran a stress test in 15 minutes and I think it works. It decreases my CPU temp by 2-3 degrees.
Jarrod'sTech (5 months ago)
😀
James Segers (6 months ago)
@Jarrod can you do a tutorial on undervolting the i7 8750h? would be very helpful!
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I'll add it to the to do list 😛
Dat Boi (6 months ago)
How do you get the CPU and GPU overlay
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
No problem!
Dat Boi (6 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech thank you
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
It's from Riva tuner, part of MSI Afterburner.
Patrick Bartosz (6 months ago)
Instead of under-clocking... any thoughts to "upgrading" the thermal paste?
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I talk about it a bit towards the end, it would probably help, but it's not something I can test myself as I've got to send the review unit back as is, otherwise the next person will report incorrect results.
Danial Azman (6 months ago)
Hey Jarrod, I'm trying to undervolt my Aero 15X but I can't seem to access the advanced tuning page, it just shows a blank page when I select the tab. Any idea how I can sort this out?
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Hmm not too sure to be honest, are you running it as admin? Did you reboot after installation?
Dennis Mungai (6 months ago)
On the Eurocom Q6, I have it undervolted by -80mV. I'll try to push up to -100 and retest.
Dennis Mungai (6 months ago)
I was able to get mine to -100mV undervolt. Anything beyond that threshold triggers a BSOD.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Ah ok, cool!
Dennis Mungai (6 months ago)
The same model, the i7 8750H. Eurocom, however, offers an unlocked BIOS. I can undervolt straight from the BIOS.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
What CPU out of interest? I've been able to get a few 8750H cpus at -0.150v, but yeah will depend on the CPU I guess!
Tymofii Kozak (6 months ago)
Got my CPU undervolted for a while now, really helped with those temps. But I used ThrottleStop. Awesome vid, as always! Every video you make is very well prepped and every word in the video is there, because it needs to be. No bs, no long-ass intros, unnecessary blabber and annoying self-advertising. Only USEFUL. TECH. INFO., brought to us in a professional manner. Thumbs up!
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Thanks! That's what I go for 😁 sometimes though it does mean the videos can be quite long (especially the most recent laptop reviews I've done), but most of the time when I think of what can be cut there's nothing as it all seems to be important information that I'd want to know if I was going to be buying the laptop myself. A few people have mentioned Throttlestop, I'll check it out, cheers!
Erisman (6 months ago)
IMO on these slim performance gaming laptops undervolting and changing thermal paste is a must
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yeah it definitely helps.
Xtreme Gamerz (6 months ago)
GPU undervolting ???
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I didn't try it here, I've given it a go with the Aorus X5 but wasn't able to see any difference in that testing.
raghav singh kushwah (6 months ago)
I came across this video because my CPU in my aero 15x won't go past 2.69 GHz even under full load and stay around 50 degree Celsius. Would you know why that is? I have it undervolted to -0.154 V.
lastnightsfavorite (6 days ago)
Also check the Fan profile. Silent mode apparently limits the CPU TDP. Normal and Gaming mode are unrestricted AFAIK.
Sourabh Kondapaka (5 months ago)
Hey raghav singh, are there any issues with the laptop ? I am planning to buy one . And btw where did you get one ? Amazon.com or 3rd party reseller?
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
No problem! I wasn't sure if that was just something with my unit so didn't mention it in the video, probably should have, sorry about that!
raghav singh kushwah (6 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech that actually worked. I am hitting 3.88 GHz on all cores. Thank you so much man. You and your vids are always helpful.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I had something similar, try making a new power plan. No matter what I changed in the default ones I found all CPU cores stuck at 2.7GHz.
Trulia Pro (6 months ago)
Did they send Headphone with this laptop? They advertise but seems like no one is talking about.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I didn't get any, but it is a review unit so I don't know if it comes with absolutely everything, but I also didn't see headphones listed anywhere on the website as coming with it.
FORMOSTV RECODE (6 months ago)
just sayin, maybe later u can use cpu-bound games to compare the fps difference like dota,csgo, or civilization
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I'll keep it in mind, thanks.
ofek livny (6 months ago)
SPREAD THE WORD. UNDERVOLT NAYSH
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
👌
Al (6 months ago)
Do i really need my second kidney? It's sooo expensive, jokes aside.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yeah if it's fine for the games you run then by all means go for that! I'm personally after 1060+ with 8750H in my new laptop, but plan on mostly using it for video editing.
Al (6 months ago)
A bit unjustified, though. I can get the new XPS-15 with the 1050ti for $1600-1700. It's lighter and looks much better. The 1050ti runs most of the games on high and ultra at 45-50fps just fine.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yeah thin and powerful usually costs quite a bit! Kidneys grow back right? 😉
Max Baltzer (6 months ago)
I'd replace the thermal paste and undervolt, as far as I've seen it's a HUGE difference, up to 10~15° decrease temps.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yep!
Luke Luke (6 months ago)
Do you think it is necessary to also undervolt the GPU? It seems that the GPU didn't throttle in the video
TabalugaDragon (6 months ago)
Luke Luke this is actually very strange, as usually cpu+gpu undervolting does help. I haven't yet seen any laptops where both were applied and throttling was still observed, because cpu temps also greately depend on gpu, as both heat each other up in Aero 15x. So I guess yeah - try choosing a better thermal compound. Grizzly one is great, and Arktic mx-4 is also pretty good.
Luke Luke (6 months ago)
TabalugaDragon Yes. And btw undervolting the gpu doesn't really help because the gpus temps are fine but the cpu is too much. I have the Aero 15X, I had HIDevolution repaste for me, I told them about the temps they said these temps are normal with the repaste I chose. I guess I should've chosen a better thermal compound, I will get a laptop cooler and see if things improve
TabalugaDragon (6 months ago)
wait so you undervolted the GPU(using MSI afterburner) as well and still get thermal throttling and 90 degrees C temps? which laptop do you have? and if you still get thermal throttling, I suggest you to repaste it, carefully of course
Luke Luke (6 months ago)
TabalugaDragon Well it's been a disappointment for me and a lot of users on Reddit. I've had it repasted undervolted -0.155mV on everything and even tuned custom fan curve to maximum, temps still hit 90C when playing PUBG and R6 :/ I guess I'll have to resort to getting a laptop cooler.
TabalugaDragon (6 months ago)
I'd personally undervolt it as well. I saw other people doing it and with both CPU and GPU undervolt the temp drop is crazy, sometimes 15-20 degrees C!
Thaddeus Howe (6 months ago)
And if you re-pasted it or even used liquid metal, you could get even better performance.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yeah that's true, wish I could test that somehow but not really possible in a review unit.
Txepetxcc (6 months ago)
Does Aero use dynamic voltage levels ? My hp pavilion does that and i'm not sure the offset can work in those kind of systems
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I don't think so, but I also don't know 😛
TheBitFox (6 months ago)
Undervolting + Repasting with some good TIM (best with Liquid Metal), even hot head laptops can be brought down to amazing levels.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yep! 😁
Smash-ter (6 months ago)
Would this save the scar edition 🤔 find out next time
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yeah possibly, unfortunately I don't have it anymore so can't test it!
Elijah _ (6 months ago)
Replace the thermal compound, that also REALLY helps. Works on my XPS 15.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Cheers! No problem 👍
Elijah _ (6 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech My bad, I commented while watching the video. Thanks for the reply though, I just subscribed. Good content!
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yeah it probably would, however as mentioned in the video it's not really something I can test in a review unit, as some other reviewer will get it and then report a better experience than reality.
Games Dingley (6 months ago)
Undervolted my hp omen and my gpu never goes past 60c
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Nice! I'm still trying to get my hands on one of those for review 😃
GeneXiS_X (6 months ago)
You should try repaste too. Gigabyte laptops usually have bad thermal paste jobs Have you disabled BD PROCHOT via Throttlestop?
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Unfortunately it's not something I can do, as it's a review unit I don't want to modify the stock paste, as the next person that gets it will report incorrect results. I didn't do anything except drop the voltage in Intel XTU.
Patrick Scott (6 months ago)
Good stuff. Looking forward to the GM501 review.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Cheers! Me too 😃
pitbullash (6 months ago)
Triton 700 ( GTX1080 maxQ ) says hi
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I'm still trying to get my hands on one of those from Acer to do a review on!
Trulia Pro (6 months ago)
When 4k will arrive ? Any idea?
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
You should be able to buy it with 4k, if that's not currently available for you to buy I am not sure when it will be, I don't have any information about that. If you mean me doing a video on the 4K model then I don't have any plans to get one in for testing as it will otherwise be the same.
Trulia Pro (6 months ago)
Did you feel bad mouse track pad for that much of money ?
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Check out the link in the pinned comment on this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGzkuwi0WAM
Trulia Pro (6 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech - can you add your link/url and tuto please.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
No I quite liked it, as in the pinned comment on the full review video I improved it quite a lot by installing different drivers.
bennyg (6 months ago)
I've been undervolting 6700K laptops for years (and all desktops) by about -150mV shaving as much off full load temps as a liquid metal delid. Or, there's that much extra voltage applied at stock to run 4.6ghz (+15% OC) perfectly stable! The 1080s undervolt too but that is more complex to achieve and test with the curve in Afterburner.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yeah -0.150 seems to be a good sweet spot, I'm using that at the moment on the Aorus X5 v8 and it's going pretty well!
Tony Webb (6 months ago)
The only issue I have my Aero 15x is light bleed in the corners.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Oh that sucks, I didn't have any serious issues with mine, I show it in the full review video.
Alexander Dahl (6 months ago)
Hi, do you think it will work with xps 15 i7 8750 ?.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yeah should do, should help improve any laptop thermals.
DTL- Media (6 months ago)
this guy makes me lol he comments on peoples channels like linustechtips, just so he can get publicity XD
DTL- Media (6 months ago)
it wouldnt be You're dickhead it should be you're XD its mid sentence bro not at the start so no need for a capital ahaha
Lee Shotton (6 months ago)
You're*
DTL- Media (6 months ago)
you can kid yourself but your not fooling anyone else bro
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Or perhaps I simply comment on videos that I regularly watch and enjoy?
Damar Wardoyo (6 months ago)
How about applying liquid metal?
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
It would likely improve things, but as mentioned near the end of the video I cannot test this in a review unit, as the next reviewer would report incorrect thermal results.
FlightFilms (6 months ago)
You don't run any second channels, do you? If not, you might want to see this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxqjlx6T7mc
FlightFilms (6 months ago)
okay good :D
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Nah I don't, a bunch of these have been popping up lately, thanks I'll report it.
Michael MC Fly (7 months ago)
did u try a undervolted battery test ? would be nice to see if there's any big difference while watching videos and working/browsing
Rudi Walter (4 months ago)
no, i've done a lot of mistakes. Biggest mistake was a too old Windows 10 installation media to recover my system, because versions before 1803 do not include a NVMe driver. After typing bootrec /fixboot and /fixmbr in the console from this installation media the SSD disappeared completely from BIOS :)
TabalugaDragon (4 months ago)
Rudi Walter were you able to recover the boot sector after that or at least some info?
Rudi Walter (4 months ago)
It is a M.2 NVMe ssd :)
TabalugaDragon (4 months ago)
Rudi Walter thanks for lettign us know! and sorry for what happened to you! Do you have a hdd or an ssd?
Rudi Walter (4 months ago)
i tried it :) the system was stable at -160mV (many hours of benchmarking, gaming and browsing). After I unplugged the power supply, i got a blue screen and ruined my boot sector ;)
Cactuspractice12 (7 months ago)
Could you possibly run Cinebench R15, just to see if there's an improvement there?
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I've just got the MSI GS65 so I can cover it in the review of that.
TabalugaDragon (6 months ago)
awesome! will be waiting for that review :) also would be nice to see the undervolted 8750h cinebench score, as that processor is cheaper and more common.
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
I've already sent the laptop back so I can't do any further testing, however I plan on including that in future videos to easily demonstrate differences if there's CPU throttling, in the Aorus X5 v8 with 8850H I was able to improve Cinebench score by about 150 points by undervolting, but more on that in the review 😃
Artur (7 months ago)
for even better results use MSI Afterburner for a custom GPU curve to undervolt the gpu a bit aswell
Artur (5 months ago)
Bewolf Zr I didnt had this issue yet, I can run Star Citizen on it and the fan is not fully spinning at 100% load, although to be fair I was lucky with the silicon and can undervolt CPU and gpu very well. When I try the same with stock settings the fans run at full speed and are very loud.
Bewolf Zr (5 months ago)
When you use msi afterburner while undervolting the CPU the GPU fan go wild It happened with me while on idle no gaming no gpu task i simply have to open msi afterburner for the gpu fan to go to max
Jarrod'sTech (6 months ago)
Yeah that could have helped improve the temperatures more, I was just after solving the CPU throttling issue that I noted in the full review, and this seems to have done the trick.
Berserkism (7 months ago)
It's a pity you didn't undervolt the GPU using MSi Afterburner via setting a custom curve. I have the MSi GE63VR and @0.9v the 1070 boosts to 1900Mhz stable recording 75'C maximum. The CPU is undervolted -125v using Throttlestop and reaches a maximum of 82'C in certain games but usually is in the mid 70's. This is with fans set to Auto.
TabalugaDragon (6 months ago)
wow yeah! I'm also for undervolting both! results are great :) which laptop do you have?
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
I was just trying to fix the thermal throttling I noted on the CPU in the review video, and this seemed to do the job. That probably would have cooled the GPU a bit more, however it was still running quite well even with an overclock, no complaints.
xproamcx (7 months ago)
Some people doesnt know how to use a gaming laptop, first of all the fans need to breed, so putt a book or something to raise the back so can the air flow it wont get too hot and wont throttle... And never putt cpu at 100 perfomance, putt at 85/90...
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
😎
xproamcx (7 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech i always use the box of my glasses XD
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
I'll stick to undervolting rather than having to carry around an extra book 😛 but yes I did notice the temps decrease when lifting it up off of the desk.
skirmich (7 months ago)
There is also the benefit of lower fan activity... In the case of my OMEN 17 the undervolt actually helped with the fan noise as I can play now with no nasty fan noise unless the game is extremely demanding... A particular game that was improved in this regard is MGS5 as the fan noise is barely heard over the speakers which makes the speakers actually useable while gaming.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Yeah the reduction in temperatures should also result in lower fan noise.
jose mendivil (7 months ago)
you should have undervolt your GPU as well with the control of the voltage curve (Ctrl. + F) in Afterburner like with https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeQUs4Wtyfs you experience even 10 c or more of difference as also you can play with the power profiles of your pc
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Yeah probably could have helped, however the goal was just to eliminate the thermal throttling on the CPU that I mentioned in my review to show that it could be improved/fixed, I wasn't after the best temperatures 😁
Magnus (7 months ago)
you can also undervolt the gpu using msi afterburner's curve tool (press ctrl+f whn in Application), you can acheive MUCH lower Power consumption,
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Yeah fair enough 👍
Magnus (7 months ago)
oh, I'm not complaining, simply wanted to inform whoever watches this video after having bought and aero 15x and is having the same issues :)
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Yeah it probably would have helped, I just stopped after removing the thermal throttling on the CPU that I noted in the review.
Nebal Sup (7 months ago)
Now I'm sad and I want to sell laptop msi with processor 7700hq and buy this device. It's really wonderful.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
No problem! It should do well 😃
Nebal Sup (7 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech You are a good friend and kindhearted because you raise my spirits🙂🙂. Thank you and I hope it will stay 7700hq good for the coming years..🙄🙄
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
It is! However I still think the 7700hq will be just fine for a few years still 😛 I'm still using a 6700hq laptop daily and no issues at all for me yet
Marlee Ann-Marie (7 months ago)
What did you use to stress test? Just XTU or a different separate program?
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Aida64 to actually do the stress test, XTU to undervolt.
エリック (7 months ago)
You should not have to do that...why are they shipping units that require this?
エリック (7 months ago)
Keep up the good work. Really like your channel.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
I haven't had any luck getting in contact with anyone at HP, however I did talk to someone from AMD a while ago about getting one of those, I've been meaning to follow up on it just too busy with the amount of other stuff I already have to make videos on first 😛
エリック (7 months ago)
Thanks, the other laptop that looks promising is the new HP spectre 360 15 inch with Kaby lake G cpu and AMD Graphics. Hope you get your hands on one.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
If I can get one I'll include the results in the review 😃
エリック (7 months ago)
I wonder if the new Dell xps 15 will do the same...I saw a video wth Macbook pro 15 did the same thing. Really irritating.
Robert Coldbird (7 months ago)
Final Fantasy XIV Online (running at 3440x1440p on an external monitor using maximum settings): From 2.8GHz (average) and 54fps (average) in busy housing areas to 60-70fps (average) and 3.9GHz (average) in the same locations... not bad. My particular unit didn't like the -0.160V though (my screen flickered randomly, not a good sign usually), but -0.150V worked nicely and stable throughout a 2 hour stress test, followed straight by a practical gaming test of 3 hours (its my day off, yay). I really hope you will keep your promise and make undervolting tests a fixed part of all your future notebook reviews. As we can see, some devices like this one take to it really nicely in a very visible fashion.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Good to hear that it's helped you! Yeah I'll be including it where it makes sense, eg gaming laptop reviews
Esben Mo (7 months ago)
Have you experienced blue screens and stuttering/screen freeze?
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Hmm difficult to really know whether or not that is the case unfortunately.
Esben Mo (7 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech No, haven't bought one yet, but many users have reported it since the last bios update. Some users say that it seems like the review units have been cherry picked when compared to the regular products in terms of stability and light bleed issues. I enjoyed your video though 🙂
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
I did not have that at any point during my testing with the aero 15x, are you undervolting? It can happen if you go too low.
Charles Kuhn (7 months ago)
You can also reduce the GPU voltage
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
But I did overclock it 😛
Charles Kuhn (7 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech but that would allow you to OC the max q 1070 as well :)
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Yeah, I didn't bother with that here as the temps were ok and performance fine even while overclocked, the main concern was the CPU temperatures as I wanted to address the throttling that was mentioned in the full review 😀
Rodrick HD (7 months ago)
i have a prtty interesting point, i have a core i5 8250u and ive pushed the power limit from 30W to 80W and now ive beat 7700hq performance on cinebench, 650 to 760 points. Now pushing to the limit it uses 38W more 8 W than before and i didnt saw any termal thr. running at 89C in combined test
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
That's pretty good, I've for a 8250u at the moment so I'll have to test!
Rand2 Person (7 months ago)
I have an aero 15X too. I actually under-volted both my CPU and GPU.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Nice! How much extra difference did you find undervolting the GPU to make? I didn't bother trying as I was trying to address the CPU throttling issues noted in the full review video so just left it once I was happy
Nguyên Ngô Xuân (7 months ago)
review laptop gaming Gigabyte AORUS X5 v8, X7 DT v8 or X9 DT Thank You !
Jarrod'sTech (1 month ago)
Hey just wanted to give you an update and let you know the X7 is here, so I'll definitely have a few videos coming up with it!
Nguyên Ngô Xuân (7 months ago)
OH YEAH review laptop Thank Pro
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
I've got the Aorus X5 v8 here at the moment 😀
Luke Luke (7 months ago)
Hi Jarrod, great video as always! I ordered my Aero 15X and I'm planning to undervolt it, I just wanna ask how did you make the cpu/gpu temps and speed and fps show up in the top left corner? thanks!
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Yep that's the one!
Luke Luke (7 months ago)
Teco01ejg oh okay thanks
Teco01ejg (7 months ago)
Luke Luke That's MSI Afterburner OSD (on screen display) feature.
Ronnie Lewis (7 months ago)
Anyone who has the Aero 15X V8 should also get a laptop pad with decent fans. It really makes a difference since the intake on the bottom has no breathing room to pull in enough air. My CPU temps dropped from 60 idle to the mid 40s and to the high 70s to mid 80s in game (vs 90-93).
Nathan Zalepa (6 months ago)
Mind sharing any good cooling pads? If been looking for one for my 15x
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Yeah that would help, I noticed nice improvement just taking the laptop up off the desk, I want to buy a few different cooling pads and compare them and possibly add this testing into future reviews in the future
Matt Christie (7 months ago)
16K subs! Awesome Jarrod! Good info. Funny how undervolting to get better performance seems counter intuitive. Temperatures and thermal throttling makes sense, but those gains are quite large. Plus the battery life.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Cheers! Yeah I really wanted to see how it improves battery life, but this was literally last minute testing after the review video went up just before I sent it back haha, maybe next time 😛
Brandon Kissol (7 months ago)
undervolting my ROG Strix GL553VD (i5-7300HQ) causes BSOD during gaming which i hate the most.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Sounds like it's not stable, you could start with smaller drops and see it that helps
Josh Byrne (7 months ago)
Very interesting to see gains from undervolting. Less heat is always welcome. Hopefully these laptops come down in price cause 3k is a lot of dollaroos to fork out. Awesome video!
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Thanks! Yeah it is quite a bit, but so nice though! I'm torn 😛
PiGamer/Racing (7 months ago)
@Jarrod'sTech #Jarrod'sTech how can I turn off the gigabyte logo ?
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
I didn't actually look to see if that was an option through their software, so I'm not sure if it's possible, sorry!
Kinnai (7 months ago)
(Only if you are able to get a stock unit, as you said, you cant use a review umit for this for x reasons) A combination of undervolting and replacement of intel's stock tim with liquid metal could give incredible results. Could you try it in another video? (Undervolt it less so you have more voltage to increase frequency more, and as you use liquid metal the heat transfer will be better and end up with a better (heat + voltage/performance)) EDIT: Dont really know if you can change the chips frequency, maybe you can change the bus frequency
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
I might give it a go when I buy my own laptop 😁
Noah Ashton (7 months ago)
Awesome video! Glad to see that undervolting did improve, and it definitely makes me feel more confident in purchasing this laptop.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Thanks! Yeah I'd be looking at doing it too if I got one 😀
oFriskyPanda (7 months ago)
Wait why not use a negative offset?
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Oh no did I specify otherwise? I meant -0.160v if I said anything else
oFriskyPanda (7 months ago)
Ill be using this tonight with my newly purchased Razer Blade pro
oFriskyPanda (6 months ago)
It went good! Got over 8 degrees Celius off the temps still only hitting 3.09-3.19 ghz but this thing is quite impressive.
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Let us know how it goes 👍
irakli Mgeladze (7 months ago)
now repaste it
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
It might help reduce temps, I didn't bother attempting it as mine wasn't throttling, even overclocked it was running pretty well.
irakli Mgeladze (7 months ago)
what about undervolting GPU and fixing fps in some points?
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
As mentioned in the video this is something I can't test in review units like this, as I send them back to the company afterwards. They then send the laptop out to another reviewer, so if I swap the paste the next review may report that everything is all good when that was not actually the case, but actually a result of the paste change. If I end up buying one for myself I might look into that though.
IO9802 (7 months ago)
In case anyone runs into the XTU bug (like I did) where the the UV would reset to 0 after sleep/restart, try Throttlestop. You can set it up to start with Windows in Task Scheduler. No need to open/restart anything any longer. It supports multiple profiles (for A/C and battery) too.
IO9802 (6 months ago)
Ben Greening, Ah that's true. I used to be doing pretty much this until I found out about TS. I suppose the the result would be roughly the same.
bennyg (6 months ago)
TS is awesome. But there is a way (complex) to use XTU command line to do it http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/how-to-automatically-under-volt-in-xtu-without-opening-it.802143/
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Yeah I've heard good things about that program!
Nova_Instinct (7 months ago)
Next time maybe undervolt the gpu as well?
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Maybe, I didn't really see the need to here, the temp was fine even while overclocked, no more throttling was the goal rather than best possible temperature.
Aman (7 months ago)
Jarrod Can you please show us that is it possible to connect non-gsync laptop to gsync monitor(preferably msi laptop)? Interesting thing to review for you also as there are (almost) no review for this kind of thing on YouTube.
Aman (7 months ago)
Jarrod'sTech Waiting for it. 😋
Jarrod'sTech (7 months ago)
Yeah that would be interesting as quite a few people have asked about that, if I'm able to get a G-Sync monitor in for review I'll try check it out, I don't personally own one though.

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