01-20-2017 12:59 AM - edited 01-20-2017 01:11 AM
hi , i cant play dota 2 with this labtob ... my confing is enough for dota 2 but i cant play , low fps ... i dont know why anyone can help me?
with this confing i shoud be able play in bestlooking
01-23-2017 04:59 AM
Hi there, Living -
Thank you for writing in to the Lenovo Forum - happy to have you here today.
Your CPU / GPU might be overheating and it's throttling down - this would cause your CPU / GPU to operate in a low frequency, thus giving you low FPS. Try to monitor your CPU by using CoreTemp and your GPU by using GPU Shark or Afterburner.
If you get high temperatures, you can try to decrease the heat by:
Update us how it goes.
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01-24-2017 05:45 AM
omg ? why u delete other replay... lets ppl know i pay 880$ for nothing... and u are telling i most pay 30-40$ for a pad ?this is lenovo problem not me... fix this VGA with a bios update and stop lieing ppl... ye delete this replay too.. u and other lenovo support are not helping customers ... u make a fake forum.. and u are not giving ppl right answer u are just running us
01-24-2017 05:51 AM
01-21-2017 07:05 PM - last edited on 01-22-2017 08:09 AM by Majestic
I'm writing on forum, as many has done before, but nothing is changing. I own ideapad 510ISK with GT 940MX dedicated GPU. The problem is that the throttling of GPU starts at 61 Celsius degrees, GPU clocks go to ~450Mhz, FPS in most games drop from about 60 to 20 FPS.
I write this, but i see that many people has written about this on forum, and no, its not a Power Manager problem or not selecting High Performance GPU in NVIDIA Control Panel.
Using NVIDIA Inspector i can clearly see that GPU Throttle temperature is locked at 61 degrees and nothing can change it, which is absolute absurd, because doing anything GPU-heavy will cause this temperature - resulting huge performance drop.
So, i'll go to the point. Is there any possible way to solve this problem? On NVIDIA forums they told me to contant manufacturer, so i'm doing this. Is there any possible way to obtain VGA BIOS to edit throttling temp and flash it on my notebook?
we have this problem and stop running us.... fix it
01-25-2017 08:42 AM
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