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Versione corrente di: Anri ,

Titolo:

Low boost clocks and high temps in Cinebench

Testo:

I’ve got A1398 Late 2013 with 2.6ghz i7-4960HQ. Thermal paste apparently wasn’t swapped it’s entire life. In Cinebench it was reaching 95-100 degrees and 2,8 - 2,9 clocks. CB score - 540 or even lower.

I changed the paste with Cooler Master V1 IC Value. And got… 95-100 degrees and 3.0 boost clocks AT MAX. CB score 580 0_0

This model must give about 640! What the heck is that? I didn’t make any nooble mistake I bet, I did everything right. I even reapplied the paste to be sure it’s not my fault. Nothing changed, it works slower than it must and even gets hot while FF playing video.

What could be? Never stumbled upon anything like that

Before CB:

[image|1783703]

While second run launched instantly after the first

[image|1783704]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

-571806

Modifica di: Anri ,

Titolo:

Low boost clocks and high temps in Cinebench

Testo:

I’ve got A1398 Late 2013 with 2.6ghz i7-4960HQ. Thermal paste apparently wasn’t swapped it’s entire life. In Cinebench it was reaching 95-100 degrees and 2,8 - 2,9 clocks. CB score - 540 or even lower.

I changed the paste with Cooler Master V1 IC Value. And got… 95-100 degrees and 3.0 boost clocks AT MAX. CB score 580 0_0

This model must give about 640! What the heck is that? I didn’t make any nooble mistake I bet, I did everything right. I even reapplied the paste to be sure it’s not my fault. Nothing changed, it works slower than it must and even gets hot while FF playing video.

What could be? Never stumbled upon anything like that

Before CB:

[image|1783703]

While second run launched instantly after the first

[image|1783704]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

+571806

Modifica di: Anri ,

Titolo:

Low boost clocks and high temps in Cinebench

Testo:

I’ve got A1398 Late 2013 with 2.6ghz i7-4960HQ. Thermal paste apparently wasn’t swapped it’s entire life. In Cinebench it was reaching 95-100 degrees and 2,8 - 2,9 clocks. CB score - 540 or even lower.
I changed the paste with Cooler Master V1 IC Value. And got… 95-100 degrees and 3.0 boost clocks AT MAX. CB score 580 0_0
This model must give about 640! What the heck is that? I didn’t make any nooble mistake I bet, I did everything right. I even reapplied the paste to be sure it’s not my fault. Nothing changed, it works slower than it must and even gets hot while FF playing video.
What could be? Never stumbled upon anything like that
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+Before CB:
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+[image|1783703]
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+While second run launched instantly after the first
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+[image|1783704]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Stato:

open

Modifica di: Anri ,

Titolo:

-Clocks under 3.0ghz and too high temps
+Low boost clocks and high temps in Cinebench

Testo:

I’ve got A1398 Late 2013 with 2.6ghz i7-4960HQ. Thermal paste apparently wasn’t swapped it’s entire life. In Cinebench it was reaching 95-100 degrees and 2,8 - 2,9 clocks. CB score - 540 or even lower.

I changed the paste with Cooler Master V1 IC Value. And got… 95-100 degrees and 3.0 boost clocks AT MAX. CB score 580 0_0

This model must give about 640! What the heck is that? I didn’t make any nooble mistake I bet, I did everything right. I even reapplied the paste to be sure it’s not my fault. Nothing changed, it works slower than it must and even gets hot while FF playing video.

What could be? Never stumbled upon anything like that

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Stato:

open

Post originale di: Anri ,

Titolo:

Clocks under 3.0ghz and too high temps

Testo:

I’ve got A1398 Late 2013 with 2.6ghz i7-4960HQ. Thermal paste apparently wasn’t swapped it’s entire life. In Cinebench it was reaching 95-100 degrees and 2,8 - 2,9 clocks. CB score - 540 or even lower.

I changed the paste with Cooler Master V1 IC Value. And got… 95-100 degrees and 3.0 boost clocks AT MAX. CB score 580 0_0

This model must give about 640! What the heck is that? I didn’t make any nooble mistake I bet, I did everything right. I even reapplied the paste to be sure it’s not my fault. Nothing changed, it works slower than it must and even gets hot while FF playing video.

What could be? Never stumbled upon anything like that

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Stato:

open