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Ya it happens on mine too, but i dont see it like its a problem, when something intense is going on with my computer it has no problem adjusting back to the overclock setting.
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It's amazing how something so simple can have such a performance hit. Makes me realise how the average computer user wouldn't notice something like this, and would be blaming their computer. When it's nothing to do with their computer, it's their ability to use it lol.

Everyone makes mistakes though, obviously, , you're forgiven hahahaha!
    
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Originally Posted by Roxborough View Post
It's amazing how something so simple can have such a performance hit. Makes me realise how the average computer user wouldn't notice something like this, and would be blaming their computer. When it's nothing to do with their computer, it's their ability to use it lol.

Everyone makes mistakes though, obviously, , you're forgiven hahahaha!
Im a power user and have never noticed a performance drop by leaving speedstep on. Thats including benchmarking and general use.

Ive never understood why people bother to turn it off on these chips.

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