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    advice please

    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2160560

    Does there seem to be anything wrong here?

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    Yes.

    multiplier, voltage, core speed and bus...seem all way too low???
    did you set this up this way? or is this..just testing...default?

    a lil more info.... im sure the question was tongue and cheek.... but yes..something does seem wrong here?? ahhahaa
    but..... must have more input Jonney5.....................(old robot movie)..c.

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    I see this too on my G74 w/i7 2630QM. Thats normal downclocking/undervolting done by the 2670QM itself, part of the EIST (Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology) built onto the processor. See http://www.intel.com/support/process.../cs-028855.htm
    Start up prime95 or another load, and restart cpu-z. You will see what frequency your chip is ultimately capable of.

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    +1 @fostert
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    is there any way to regulate it from going that low, and keep a better performance?


    and speaking of which, can you set turbo boost to run in the background, instead of having the little icon on the taskbar, and the desktop, and still have higher performance?
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    That TB program is just a visual monitor so it would make no sense to run it but hide it.. TB is built in to the CPU.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AQUASTEVAE View Post
    is there any way to regulate it from going that low, and keep a better performance?


    and speaking of which, can you set turbo boost to run in the background, instead of having the little icon on the taskbar, and the desktop, and still have higher performance?
    There may be other ways to increase performance such as (In NVIDIA Control Panel) switching from "Adaptive" power management to "High performance only", disabling Vertical Sync, Antialiasing, or Ambient Occlusion, or using ThrottleStop. If you are playing a 3D game, you can set image preference to emphasize "Performance".

    In what game(s) do you wish better performance? Consider posting in the game(s) forum(s) to see what other gamers are doing to increase performance with that particular game. Here is an example in this forum: http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...F3-FPS-results

    The Intel Turboboost Monitor is only a monitoring tool. You don't need to run it to get turboboost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AQUASTEVAE View Post
    is there any way to regulate it from going that low, and keep a better performance?
    Not with the bland BIOS on these notebooks. On desktops you can go into the BIOS and turn off EIST and set all the C states to make the chip run at 100% clock all the time. No go with the G74...
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