Warframe is set in a vast open world called the Origin System, where you play as a Tenno, a race of space ninjas who pilot powerful bio-mechanical suits called Warframes.
Creating Manual 15W TDP
Open up Armoury Crate, click Settings and then click Operating Mode.
Click Manual and then select a manual mode in the drop down menu to edit. Change all three settings under CPU to this.
Next you want to adjust the fan curves for Fan 1 and 2 to look like mine or to your preference.
You can save your settings by clicking the check mark and rename your settings by clicking the 3 dots next to the checkmark.
Applying 15w mode to the Game
Go to Game Library in Armoury Crate, highlight the game you want to edit and press X on your controller. Click Configuration, then click Operating Mode DC and select the custom operating mode you just created.
The custom mode will be automatically applied the next time you launch the game.
Warframe suffers from stuttering issues and the way to reduce the amount of stutters is by capping your framerate to 60. I used the software RTSS to do this. You can download RTSS here and learn how to cap your FPS with it here.
Set your game options when you launch the game to DX12 and these settings below.
Even with all these tweaks, Warframe still suffers from the occasional stutter through out the game. Besides that the game runs at a near smooth 60 FPS at 900p 15/18W and if there was no stuttering problems this would be a perfect experience.
1600 x 900
Particle System Quality
GPU Particle Quality
Volumetric Fog Quality
High Shader Quality
Depth of Field
Weapon Elemental FX
Warframe suffers from stuttering issues that keep this from being a perfect experience on the ROG Ally.