Problems with the laptop dies, shows mad overclocking?

All kind time of day. A couple of months ago my laptop - Ultrabook Acer Swift 3 SF314-54-83KU (Intel Core i7-8550U 1.8 Ghz/14"/1920x1080/8GB/256GB SSD/Intel Graphics UHD 620/DVD no/Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/Win 10) time to time he began to pass out, at first it happened when I loaded it pretty much open a lot of programs, browser tabs a lot. Well, I thought, isolated cases, what they pay attention to. Lately it started to happen quite often, and already when just one browser opened. Have a look in Everest and Choteau scares overclocking, given that I have absolutely nothing open. 5e4d0f4815cca545338931.png

Maybe not in the CPU case... Tell me, how can I check, what worse?
April 7th 20 at 15:53
5 answers
April 7th 20 at 15:55
Everest? Wow you dug up.
Even modern AIDA sometimes incredibly crooked reads the sensors, so that the frequency does not see.
That shows BSOD Viewer that is launched from the administrator?
Not when did not trust what Everest that "Everest" - janiya_Dic commented on April 7th 20 at 15:58
@Chyna.Quigley, right, them performance tests were fired in the overstatement of Intel. - Cortez.Schuppe commented on April 7th 20 at 16:01
April 7th 20 at 15:57
1 - Check for viruses.
2 - it is often that cut down laptop due to overheating.
April 7th 20 at 15:59
Download the HWND.
Run it during the working process. Look through the list of sensors and find the ones that relate to the CPU, namely the temperature of the CPU cores. Please note that the temperature to 80°C is still normal. If more options:
1) overheating due to the contamination of the laptop;
2) the fan in the laptop is poorly calibrated. You can use a program CPU Fan adjust to suitable operation.
3) problems with working memory. Try aida64 to pass the tests for memory. If there are no errors, try a test(program) OCCT leave for half an hour with poduchenny fan because percent also will be involved 100%.
4) problems with the OS. There is need to understand the easiest way to try to reinstall.
5) not yet invented
April 7th 20 at 16:01
To check the temperature.
April 7th 20 at 16:03
Given that Everest is older than your processor - it clearly reads the wrong frequency. Above 4600МГц do not overclock this CPU in any way, even one core.
You can download Intel XTU utility (important - version 6.4, on the website of Intel is now 6.5 and it is for the newer processors. Well, actually it's 6.5 when ustanovke and show, I learned - I have the same % in laptop :) ), it shows when it was throttling the temperature and power, then it will become clear what is going on. Because there may be a situation:
1) CPU overheating, ie, under 100 degrees to reach - most likely, or bad cooling, or wrong Acer picked up the settings for the cooling, which put (the CPUs with configurable TDP, i.e. the manufacturer of the laptop may put klad bad and the CPU will work at low frequencies, and can deliver good cooling and set the highest possible TDP). Accordingly to try to clean from dust, replace the thermal grease (if the laptop is under warranty - you may not be able to disassemble without voiding the warranty, then only with compressed air blow out all vents).
2) comes the throttle of power, not temperature - it's not so bad, if the temperature is below 95-100 degrees (well, everyone has a specific percent of your threshold), well, actually percent as efficient as possible. You can try in the same program to do undervolting to lower the CPU voltage, but it is a dangerous procedure, you first need to study the Internet, understand how that works, then try it.
3) no trottling not start at all - problems with some installed programs you have, or may be the disk in the laptop is slow, and all programs waiting for a response from him (then ideally to put the SSD quite ideally - NVMe SSD)
to do undervolting to lower the CPU voltage

If I'm not mistaken, Intel has removed the ability to change the voltage from the system (see vulnerability plundervolt).
I 8565U flew a hundred degrees when the system is booted, because when turboboost motherboard throw voltage "oversized". I had to write a script to limit the maximum frequency at around 2500МГц. - Alford.Mohr commented on April 7th 20 at 16:06
Intel removed the ability to change the voltage from the system
no. Actually I wrote this message the day after performing all these manipulations. In the Windows (10, all updates), in Linux (kernel latest version for today) undervolting works perfectly.
I 8565U flew a hundred degrees when the system is booted

This is normal. They have about 100 degrees is the critical temperature, but each stone has its own, your it may for example be 102 degrees (and that's good!). Why script writing? The processor itself was throttling will turn on when overheat or go over the power limit. Actually undervolting because doing to "the processor itself" do that later or at a higher frequency.
because when turboboost motherboard throw voltage "with stock"

Exactly? In fact Intel has long been the default under load voltage sags. The laptop is overclocked or what? oO - Missouri.Hoeg commented on April 7th 20 at 16:09

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