Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #10784, comment 6


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May 4, 2014 7:25:07 PM (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #10784, comment 6

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    33It could be that the laptop vendor kept the voltages a bit too high to boost fps and didn't adjust the ASIC settings to match this adjustment.  A lot of vendors only test their machines running "Windows and the stock drivers" thus missing these kinds of bugs.  Linux likely doesn't see the issue as it takes over power management and likely has a wider safety threshold than the windows drivers.
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    5 The only solition in this case would be to take over the GPU power management, but a lot of code needs to be written to do that and a *LOT* of testing as we would be more likely to overheat a wider range of systems.
     5The only solution in this case would be to take over the GPU power management, but a lot of code needs to be written to do that and a *LOT* of testing as we would be more likely to overheat a wider range of systems.