Ezpad 6 pro TDP limit

Ezpad 6 pro TDP limit

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    arteee87
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    It seems none of the settings in bios for TDP do work for me, it keeps throttling from 16 to 6W after 10sec at any load. I’ve also tried software hack for TDP that’s here in forum.

     

    With thermal mod it peaks at 60C at 16w TDP, then stays at ~50C afterwards.

     

    So did anyone succeeded it TDP fix?

    #78155

    Ronnie The Bear
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    Hi Arteee, I’m afraid I can’t help you as I don’t have a EZpad 6 Pro. Did you have any luck with this issue? Do I understand you correctly that even with the software hack instead of the BIOS modification, it will throttle itself back down to 6W under load?

    #78767

    arteee87
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    Yes, software hack did not work for me too. But hwinfo64 does detect change in Thermal Limit 1 after both bios change and software hack.

    #79180

    arteee87
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    Finally figured out what was the problem – DPTF should be disabled in bios. Now cpu does work at 15w.

    • But it is necessary to set up temperature throttling to around 85 C, since it easily hits 105 C without it and shuts down, even after cooler mod.
    #149165

    Chris
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    Does any one have any info on the heatsink mod?

    I found not using DPTF, causes reset as soon as its under stress. Even at 6W. So I set it to 10 and started tweaking DPTF settings and got it to increase FPS. Another problem with not using DPTF, it causes long pauses as it struggles. DPTF, lets you fine tune the throttle.

    #149198

    Chris
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    TDP in bios doesnt work. If its set to anything other than 6, it takes what ever wattage it wants and ignores wattage value you set.
    So it ramps up to 25 watts and shuts off.

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