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Want CPU speed to always stay at maximum frequency?

  1. #11


    Posts : 53
    7 x64


    Just open "run" in start, type in "regedit", go to 2 places :

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\intelppm]
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\Processor]

    change in both places variable "Start" value from 3 to 4 and restart pc. That will make run your cpu at full speed all the time. You will have some warning triangles in device manager near cpu cores, but thats ok, that what we did - completely disabled cpu speed control. It is safe procedure, i am also using this tweak.

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  2. #12


    Quote Originally Posted by realflow100 View Post
    Tried but my bios can only change date and time and a couple hard drive boot order options. Where is such option for intel speed step and C1E? I dug through my bios for hours finding no such options
    Throttlestop gave me unsupported/unrecognized CPU and it closed without letting me do anything
    and the unpark core app doesnt show anything in when i search registry nothing to unpark or even see listed.
    Your CPU has burst technology and not Turbo boost, that may be the reason your CPU is not supported by Throttlestop.
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  3. #13


    Quote Originally Posted by realflow100 View Post
    The problem is the speed constantly changes between 2.00Ghz 2.03Ghz 2.07Ghz (and so on ect... in between 2.00Ghz and 2.41Ghz) And my browser speed constantly goes up and down webpages stalling and going fast causing stuttering so I wonder what software can remedy this little problem?
    This isn't a problem that is going to be caused by your cpu throttling up and down. We have lots of Core2Duo's at work that fluctuate from 800Mhz and 2.4Ghz and these things run smooth as butter with web pages The ability to scale up and down the CPU happens instantly.
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  4. #14


    Posts : 10
    Windows 7 x64 Ultimate Clean install


    Trying the registry fix will report back on reboot if it works!

    Edit: back and now my CPU was always at 1.99Ghz instead of 2.41ghz so i reverted back the change now sometimes it idles at 2.0Ghz and under a small load above 9% it goes somewhere up to 2.41Ghz but i want it to always stay at 2.41Ghz without having to run a CPU load program all the time? is there some way to make a program similar to system idle process but that keeps it at 100% without an actual large CPU load? like very very low CPU time? i know it would work but would be silly running constantly just to keep it at 2.41Ghz instead of 2.00Ghz

    so is there a software or bios option that will let me always keep the Intel Burst Frequency technology feature enabled to 2.41Ghz 100% of the time? i have no overheating issues that i can see whether gaming or general tasks
    Last edited by realflow100; 15 Aug 2014 at 18:39.
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