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Stop underclocking on my laptop?

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Hey, while playing wow my laptop keeps underclocking the processor to 1ghz and it drops my fps like crazy, it only happens for about 3 minutes then it goes back, but its really annoying if im in the middle of something. My laptop is always plugged in btw, so its not to save battery life...help?
 
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go into the bios...

there should be an option to turn off "energy saving mode" or something...
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I turned it off already.
 
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heat maybe? it might think it is going to overheat so it cools off for a few minutes...
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I had this problem with my new laptop.. Download "RMClock CPU Clock Utility" or something to that effect, and then disable all the "Enhanced" settings under "Advanced CPU Settings". If you don't want to repeat that process, be sure to check "Apply these settings at startup", and then click apply. You will still have to open this program every time you reboot, unless you add it to startup.
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post #6 of 7
Despite being a laptop, there should be an option in the motherboard's BIOS to disable C1 and EIST. Those technologies lower the multiplier of your CPU when it's not being used much to save on power and that's what I think is hapening to your system.
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The bios on my laptop (Dell Inspiron E1705) doesn't have a disable option, it's either enabled, or force to the lowest power state. Please note, that his laptop might though, as I'm not the one with the problem
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