MSI Afterburner question and request!

dervish200

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Greetings!

I'm curious,if i gonna use Afterburner to undervolt my HP66 11UH 059 gtx3080(8gb),it won't gonna conflict with MSI Center app and its Profile settings and fan control settings? (Using custom made fan control settings).Or those 2 apps will work together without problem? Sadly "SilentOption" app for fan control seems not support my motherboard (showing zero temperature).

And if anyone have same laptop model or laptop msi with 3080(8gb) can share with Afterburner undervolted gpu profile file? Im not so known how correctly use its undervolt function...

Thanks.
 

Hethdra_0328

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Afterburner is mainly for MSI Desktop PCs. Apparently, their notebooks don't officially support Afterburner.
But why do you wanna undervolt a powerful laptop made for gaming?
 

drek4

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Greetings!

I'm curious,if i gonna use Afterburner to undervolt my HP66 11UH 059 gtx3080(8gb),it won't gonna conflict with MSI Center app and its Profile settings and fan control settings? (Using custom made fan control settings).Or those 2 apps will work together without problem? Sadly "SilentOption" app for fan control seems not support my motherboard (showing zero temperature).

And if anyone have same laptop model or laptop msi with 3080(8gb) can share with Afterburner undervolted gpu profile file? Im not so known how correctly use its undervolt function...

Thanks.
Always use COOLER BOOST when gaming, buy a laptop stand/cooler.
If you use extreme performance mode, the CPU will always be ready for turbo mode, thus having always higher mhz.
You can use apps like ThrottleStop or XTU to control your PC, by undervolting, restrict power and mhz.
Normal temperatures should be in the low 90s when gaming, if using an app and stand/cooler with COOLER BOOST activated.
You can always disable TURBO also with ThrottleStop, when playing old games or office work.

Advanced BIOS, RIGHT SHIFT+RIGHT CTRL+LEFT ALT+F2


 

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