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Avoiding CPU Speed Scaling

Submitted by on May 18, 2016 – 1:04 pm

Disabling CPU speed scaling can boost your system’s performance and responsiveness at a slightly higher power consumption. Here’s a good article explaining the process.

Avoiding CPU Speed Scaling – Running CPU At Full Speed

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