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Posted by XMG Community
 - July 20, 2020, 10:12:45
Hi everyone,

we are glad to see that Notebookcheck is picking up on our efforts to bring Undervolting options to our customer base. We have done this for years now and it was a hard push to convince Intel to expose Undervolting options in their official BIOS for their 9th Gen reference design. Since we published this new BIOS last month, the community feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.

If you would like to read more in-depth articles about our efforts in this field, please consider to check out these links:
General Overview on Undervolting for XMG Laptops
New Insights on Undervolting on 10th Gen (Comet Lake) Laptops
Our Survey to collect community feedback on the issue
[RFC] BIOS and Tuning: Warning and Guide

If you have any questions, feel free to reply to this post.

Posted by S.Yu
 - July 14, 2020, 18:32:43
Undervolting or a security patch should be user choice in the first place. ICL doesn't even undervolt that much either, -50 is generally safe but -100 would be rare, -80 would be a pure matter of silicon lottery.
Posted by Redaktion
 - July 14, 2020, 17:02:26
Undervolting has returned to a select number of laptops. Specifically, the functionality has been re-enabled on Intel QC71 laptops, which includes the XMG Fusion 15, Maingear Element and the Eluktronics MAG 15.