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    Formula VII

    Hey,

    Quick one, what setting in my BIOs is keeping my CPU running amped at 6-10% CPU usage in task manager?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyeoman View Post
    Hey,

    Quick one, what setting in my BIOs is keeping my CPU running amped at 6-10% CPU usage in task manager?

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    Hi Cyeoman,

    BIOS settings shouldn't do that, but some small process may.
    Have you tried checking under Windows Task Manager?

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