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Using throttlestop?

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I have an intel hd 2500 in a laptop, and my gpu and cpu stay at about 45 C (when I'm not doing anything). Should I use throttlestop, or is it a risk?
Edited by unclesam189 - 3/29/14 at 4:50pm
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What is your goal? What are you trying to accomplish using ThrottleStop?

The program is designed to stop throttling problems that plague many laptop computers. If your computer does not have any of these throttling problems then using ThrottleStop is probably not going to improve the performance of your computer. It is a very accurate monitoring tool though so if you want to use it, give it a try. Use it for a day or two and if you have any questions, post them here. It also has a Log File feature so it can monitor your CPU speed and some other important parameters while you are using your computer.

Intel CPUs are very well protected at the hardware level. User software like ThrottleStop can not disable this protection so your CPU will be safe no matter how you set ThrottleStop up.
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Nevermind, it doesn't even help my framerate.
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