I noticed that venilators start to accelerate, after about 10 seconds, after 100% load on the CPU.
On the CPU, the 84C temperature lasts 10 seconds, and the fan is still silent. I have disabled Turbo boost Short, CPU4 = 3700hMhz, undervolt = -100
If according to dislolot, the temperature reaches 94C.
And yet, the speed starts to fall, after about 7 seconds after the CPU stress test stops.
I think this is the problem.
1. Percentage income to a high temperature is always under load. If you turn on the cooler earlier, after 10 seconds, it would not be heated in office tasks.
2. Late shutdown. The proc has already cooled down to 55C as 7 seconds, and the cooler is just starting to decrease speed. Why keep them if the CPU is cold?
What we have:
Under load, the cpu warms up to 84C and 10s is not cooled. Then the cooler turns on and sees these 84C, accelerates to almost the maximum.
But then the load is gone, the percent is cold, and the fan turns, at almost the maximum, for another 7 seconds and then another 3-5 seconds stops.
Maybe someone met the setting of the delay of the start / stop of the cooler.
P.S.: maximum fan speed is enabled using CTRL + SHIT + 1
In rewrite ->EC per cell 00x06 = 25
It seems that this is the maximum value.
On the skin are the tools:Post has been editedIvaen - 18.03.19, 13:44