get this when 1 core is fully loaded and all the others are idle it will not hit 3.2.hgz 2.7 seems to be the max it wants to go.
well its not overheating..not unless 40c is hot, nothing in BIOS to play with so thats out of a question, does not matter what you set Windows power settings to its just the same all the time..Originally Posted by sanket779292
seen mine CPU never goes above 2.53ghz while its rated 2.7ghz then its problem with me also
did what you said and still no luck,, run super pi on one core and still never goes above 2.7ghz , it will go below but not above.Originally Posted by qwertymac93
- You will only turbo up to 3.2ghz if half of your cores are idle and underclocked.
- By using the "high performance" power profile you are not allowing the idle cores to underclock themselves.
- If you want to turbo to 3.2ghz you need to either use the balanced profile or change the minimum processor state in the advanced power settings menu to 0%.