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    Please, could you explain better? After I will not disturb you anymore. But I need to understand. What do you mean precisely with: "If you disable ASUS MultiCore Enhancement, your processor will work in the way that was planned by Intel"? When Edius 9 will make a rendering or it has to read some filters on the clips or if there are some tracks on the timeline, will the processor lose power if I disable "ASUS MultiCore Enhancement"? Why it is better remove "AUTO"?
    Thanks again one.

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    Please, read your manual :




    More information for Intel i9-7940X :

    Intel :

    1 to 2 core used : 4,300 MHz
    3 to 4 core used : 4,100 MHz
    5 to 12 core used : 4,000 MHz
    13 to 14 core used : 3,800 MHz

    ASUS MultiCore (Sync All Core) : 4,300 MHz for all core whatever the number of core used

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    Thanks

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