11-03-2019 10:26 AM
11-03-2019 12:35 PM
11-03-2019 11:13 PM
This looks like a different issue all together.
If a sensor is faulty then such behaviour is to be expected. I doubt it is a userland software issue too, vbios/bios maybe.
You do have most recent BIOS right? Do not rely on Vantage, hand check ....
11-04-2019 04:13 PM - edited 11-04-2019 04:13 PM
For those who are interested, I was able to solve the problems on my P53, as outlined in my post in this thread:
Thanks again to agazpp and FreedomReapr for the help!
11-04-2019 04:25 PM - edited 11-04-2019 04:35 PM
I'm glad you were able to solve the problem! It's frustrating when receiving new machine and you start having issues that shouldn't be happening in the first place much less straight from the factory. Thanks for keeping us posted!
11-13-2019 03:31 PM
So I've discovered something new... While formatting and reinstalling Windows solved the 300mhz lock on the RTX 5000, the issue still exists on battery. Can anyone else still here confirm this? It may be a power issue as the machine is running on battery. Once plugged in the problem dissappears. It feels exactly how it used to before the issue resolved when on battery power. When running any benchmark the GPU enters limp mode...
11-13-2019 11:53 PM
11-14-2019 05:22 AM
That's what I was thinking... i wouldnt use intensive programs on battery anyways. These machines are meant to be plugged in. Thanks for the reply!
11-18-2019 08:37 PM
Throttling speeds seem to be the same as Battery mode speeds where the memory clock is locked at a low speed while the GPU clock doesnt seem throttled at all. I think the either Lenovo or Nvidia should provide some factual numbers so that real issues aren't as easily dismissed.
At one point, I uninstalled Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery from device manager and the GPU was going full speed. I didn't let it stay there long - the intent really was to make sure nothing was wrong with the battery driver.