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Old 01-17-2019, 01:32 PM - Thread Starter
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PBO Scalar vs PPT, TDC, EDC

Hi guys

I was wondering how exactly PBO works. As far as I understood usually boost is limited either by power or current. Raising those limits, let's the CPU boost longer before hitting the temperature limits. So usually I set those to enable/board maximum.

What then does the scalar do? Especially in conjunction with the limits?
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The scalar is supposed to force the CPU to hold speed while at its limits for longer.

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