Curve settings are not saved (Undervolting)

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I found out that my video card is experiencing Coil Whine, which is why it does not work properly and makes cracking noises in the laptop. I looked up how to solve the problem and saw that it can be fixed using Undervolting. Downloaded the MSI Afterburner application, checked the "Unlock voltage management" and "Unlock voltage monitoring" checkboxes. After which I looked at tutorials on how to properly lower frequencies, and repeated. But when I clicked the "Apply" button after changing the curve, it immediately returned to its original state. Please help, I've read a lot of threads on Reddit and watched a lot of videos on YouTube, but I still haven't found a solution. I am ready to provide the necessary screenshots if anyone needs them
 
A laptop doesn't have a "graphics card" per se, the GPU (if it's not an iGPU of the CPU) is just soldered onto the main PCB (what you could call a motherboard) somewhere. Which GPU does your laptop use?

Have you done the undervolting somewhat similar to this?


I skipped a bit through that, seems like the standard procedure to use with the curve editor.
 
I have a discrete graphic card - AMD Radeon RX 560. I have never did undervolting before
A laptop doesn't have a "graphics card" per se, the GPU (if it's not an iGPU of the CPU) is just soldered onto the main PCB (what you could call a motherboard) somewhere. Which GPU does your laptop use?

Have you done the undervolting somewhat similar to this?


I skipped a bit through that, seems like the standard procedure to use with the curve editor.
 
A laptop doesn't have a "graphics card" per se, the GPU (if it's not an iGPU of the CPU) is just soldered onto the main PCB (what you could call a motherboard) somewhere. Which GPU does your laptop use?

Have you done the undervolting somewhat similar to this?


I skipped a bit through that, seems like the standard procedure to use with the curve editor.
I also did the same that is in the video you mention here, but when I click "Apply" the curve resets its previous form. The same happens with the rest of the settings on the panel.
 
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Then they might have disabled it for this laptop GPU, not sure. Maybe post a new thread in the Notebooks section of this forum, listing your exact MSI notebook/laptop model, and asking if it's possible to undervolt or not.
 
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