Think I've viewed pretty much every thread going for the 650m throttling issues, with no working fix really found. Very few posts on the matter for the 750m as well. Basically, after a few minutes of gaming in bootcamp, latest and stock nvidia drivers, the 750m will always throttle from 926MHz core, down to 725MHz, and will constantly fluctuate between the two, causing heavy stuttering. The temperature of the GPU never goes above 80c, usually hovering around the 75c mark. The CPU maxes out at 89c. I have tried disabling turbo boost, which merely delays the throttling in most games, and have also limited the CPU to around 1.5GHz (rarely will a game need more than that), using throttlestop. I have also downclocked the memory clocks of the 750m by 500MHz or so, as it has no benefit to me being so high in the first place. After all this, it still throttles the GPU. Not to the massive extent without the tweaks, but enough to produce stuttering to the point where games are unplayable. This is in stark contrast to the 650m early 2012 retina I had, which could play demanding games for hours without issue. Does anyone have a real fix/solution to the issue? I know it's supposed to relate to power draw being too much for the psu, but I can't see how with the limits I've put in place, how this is still possible. Ideally Id like to avoid NvidiaInspector to force the GPU to run without throttling, partly due to inexperience with te software, and partly due to the potential damage it could cause to my system. Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!