I've seen a lot of posts about disabling the throttling temperatures but none regarding setting them.
I have an Acer V17 Nitro, i7 laptop and it's CPU temperature reaches 95°C before throttling. It's a very powerful laptop, crippled by a bad cooling system. I already undervolted by 70mV and disabled hyper boost.
Currently, I have to go into Power Options and adjust Maximum CPU Frequency between 40% and 80% to keep the temperatures under 80°C. But this depends on the application. And I have to do this manually for each application I'm using.
Ironically, some applications (especially Fortnite) will run just fine with the CPU frequency set to 30-40% with the temperatures only rising to 80°C, while others will run at the same temperatures with the maximum frequency set to 80%. It just depends on how the code was written and how many cores are being used.
I know the throttling temperature is set to 95°C for the CPU, but even if it doesn't melt the CPU, it can cause a lot of other issues, like melting the case.
I would prefer to lower the throttling temperature to something like 80°C. This way I don't have to adjust the maximum CPU frequency by hand every time.
Is there a way to do this from the BIOS? From Windows? Via a third party app?