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So far it is. I'm still testing it, but I stopped testing when I realized that multiplier dropped on its own, and set the freq to 3,9. Now I'm first trying to figure out why is that, lol
Turbo Mode is restricted by Thermal AND Current limitations.



You'd see a higher boost in single threaded apps.
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Turbo Mode is restricted by Thermal AND Current limitations.



You'd see a higher boost in single threaded apps.
Aha, so you mean, whenever I'm doing something multi threaded, it's gonna go down to 21, and when I'm doing something strictly single threaded, its gonna go up to 22?
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Aha, so you mean, whenever I'm doing something multi threaded, it's gonna go down to 21, and when I'm doing something strictly single threaded, its gonna go up to 22?
If you set the multiplier in your BIOS to 24, it should stick to 24, but to acces 22-24 multipliers, you need Turbo on.
 
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If you set the multiplier in your BIOS to 24, it should stick to 24, but to acces 22-24 multipliers, you need Turbo on.
I don't think you understood my question. So baiscally it will stay 22 by default AND when I'm doing somwthing single threaded, but whenever I do something multi threaded, it will drop to 21?

Actually I think I know what you meant now... My bios doesnt let me select higher multi. It goes ... 19, 20, 21, Turbo.
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