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    MFC Mode Override ?

    MFC Mode Override / OS Native Support

    What does this option do? Which one to choose? It's located at CPU power management below Intel Speed Shift and I think it is related to that, but neither google nor the users manual held any information at all zero. I'd like to have speed shift enabled and the C-states for maximum power saving and snappiness.

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    I believe this is for Intel Turbo 3.0 support either controlled by Intel app or by Windows OS

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    MFC Mode Override allows you to disable the Intel Turbo 3.0 using the Intel utility. With OS Native Support, you need to disable the Windows service for Intel Turbo 3.0.

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    Sweet thanks! So in MFC Mode Override I can just un-tick TB 3.0 in the utility and it's disabled.

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