April 25, 2020 at 6:09 am #182963umarParticipant
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how to download this appJune 6, 2020 at 8:40 pm #183223ChrisParticipant
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Just picked up a Teclast x4 and having issues unlocking my TDP. It’s rocking a N4100, but PL1 seems stuck on 6 watts.
I’ve disabled CStates in bios as well as power limiting. I’ve also run:
W16 0xFED170A8 0000
WRMSR 0x610 0x0 0x00DD8A00
But HWiNFO still reports PL1 to be 6watts. Has anyone run into something similar and found a solution? Deffinitely not a major issue — this tablet is mostly just a pet project.
Cheers!August 16, 2020 at 6:34 pm #183788jackjt8Participant
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Just got an AP45 4k Minipc with a Pentium J4205 (10W). For some reason all the provided commands give me a Command Error. I figure the addresses might be different but I wouldn’t really have a good idea as to where to start. If anyone has a good guide I would appreciate it. While I was able to disable DPTF and PL1 and get my power usage up to around 15.8W I can’t seem to get it much higher except in very short bursts to ~17W.
J4205 (stock) – 9.996W avg, 14.788W max | 1694.1 MHz CPU & 353.2 MHz GPU | 65C Package
J4205 (nolim) – 15.781W avg, 17.724W max | 1673.1 MHz CPU & 539.4 MHz GPU | 80C Package
Now I get the feeling the stock power adapter, a 12V2A barrel jack, might be the limiting factor here given it’s only 24W max. I might need to order something with a bit more headroom given I also want to install a spare 2.5″ HDD I have… But thanks for the tip on disabling DPTF. I was wondering why disabling PL1 didn’t make a difference on it’s own.August 30, 2020 at 12:58 pm #183862mogolaParticipant
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CPU Thermal Design Power (TDP) 6 W Shows 6W * What am I doing wrongAugust 30, 2020 at 9:20 pm #183868VladimirParticipant
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In idle temperatures as in the screenshot. For games I installed additional external cooling, temperatures with additional cooling in games 68-74 degreesOctober 29, 2020 at 7:32 pm #199668StevenParticipant
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First of all thanks Chris for his dedication on the thread.
Reporting working as below:
BMAX Y13 N4120, run 15w with unlimited time, 2cmx2cm copper shim mod.
CPU: All cores 2.2~2.3GHz (can’t hit 2.5GHz as power limited)
GPU: 500MHz (only able remain at 500MHz as power limited)
Temp: 86 Degree
RW batch used:
CD C:\Program Files\RW-Everything
Rw.exe /Min /Nologo /Stdout /Command=”W16 0xFED170A8 0000″
Rw.exe /Min /Nologo /Stdout /Command=”W16 0xFED170AC 0000″
Rw.exe /Min /Nologo /Stdout /Command=”WRMSR 0x610 0x0 0x00008F00 0″
Do trial run with the unlimited setting and max out 19+watts and the temperature shoot up too fast and not even dare to further stress test after less than the first minute. Don’t want to further stress as the intention to unlock the TDP is for performance improvement during daily usage. Sustainable YouTube 4K60FPS HDR live streaming with >250Mbps data rate.
Battery power drain fully depend on the usage as we’re not modding any EIST setting and both CPU/GPU just use as per needed task.
CPU-Z benchmark can get single core 204 and multicore 808 which is very good cpu performance improvement.December 31, 2020 at 1:06 am #220807Mario Ray MahardhikaParticipant
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If anyone still wondering the Linux equivalent of the RWEverything command, here it goes:
- Install busybox & msr-tools
- Execute these:
busybox devmem 0xFED170A8 16 0000
busybox devmem 0xFED170AC 16 0000
wrmsr 0x610 0x0
Feel free to make it autostart depending on your init system. If you use systemd, however, this unit can be used:
[Unit] After=network.service [Service] ExecStart=/etc/maximum-performance.sh [Install] WantedBy=default.target
place it in /etc/systemd/system/maximum-performance.service, then /etc/maximum-performance.sh containing:
#!/bin/bash busybox devmem 0xFED170A8 16 0000 busybox devmem 0xFED170AC 16 0000 wrmsr 0x610 0x0
and don’t forget to set the correct permission: 744 for /etc/maximum-performance.sh and 664 for /etc/systemd/system/maximum-performance.service. Then just enable it:
sudo systemctl enable maximum-performance.sh
Bang! Now you get unlimited power on boot. Of course you can change the value for wrmsr argument if you want some actual limit.
Testing Geekbench 4 and 5 results in maximum 30ishW power draw and impressive results, double OpenCL, double multi-core CPU (GB5 only), 50% higher single-core CPU.January 5, 2021 at 12:47 am #220845
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