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    ROG Enthusiast Array ChikNoods PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoGood View Post
    It is possible to have the power options set to high performance and have the minimum processor state below 100%. I did it manually, but I suppose software could have done automatically.

    Go to Power Options > "Change plan settings" on the high performance row > Change advanced power settings > Processor power management > minimum processor state. Make sure that is set to 100% for plugged in.

    Was it lower in your case?
    all are set to 100% in processor power. I ran the test again and re-upped and its reporting 2593.8 MHz now -- not sure what happened

    yes lower before. most of the G74sx report 798
    Last edited by ChikNoods; 02-05-2014 at 06:50 AM. Reason: added

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    Does it affect score?

    Whether or not RB2.1 reports the CPU freq correct or not is a bit odd. But, what I wonder is does it affect the score? Do the same times and openCL score give us the same overall score?

    With Intel Extreme Tuning Utility after benchmarks run, the score changes with the same test time, if the voltage is lower or the CPU is higher or using some other logic.

    Actually, a post on this thread seems to get close to what IETU does. IETU's "benchmark" is just a 30 second or so test with 4 or 5 up/down cpu tests and a score that is returned which considers the max CPU, voltage, etc. So it's possible RB could do an initial "what's your CPU's speed?" test then use that in reporting results. I'd prefer this rather than having RB disable any max/min CPU I've selected in my power plan.

    Thanks again for a great program!

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