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  1. Tbh, i cant see any throttling issues in here.. Unless ofcourse this algorithm changed in Haswell.. In Ivy bridge, While working on 4 cores the processor would normally run at 3.19 Ghz, on 2 cores it can max at 3.29 Ghz and at 1 core, it can max out at 3.39 Ghz.. Same is the case with you, while benchmarking your CPU runs at 3.19 Ghz, using all cores, and without that it runs at 3.49 ghz on 1 core. Its normal and I cant really see throttling in there, the issue should be elsewhere, i will search to see if Haswell has this feature too. But anyways i will check EC/BIOS but to be sure if anyone else can verify this because i dont see any signs of throttling. Edit: I checked and saw this "with Turbo Boost up to 3.5 GHz (for 4 active cores), 3.6 GHz (for 2 active cores) and 3.7 GHz (for 1 active core)." so basically you are running at lower clocks for all processor states.. Can you try Ticking "Clock modulation' and 'chipset modulation' to 100% too? In Throttlestop, and do try both versions.. meanwhile i posted for latest EC/BIOS, do you know your current EC/BIOS, post version numbers here
  2. I will go have a look meanwhile if you can provide a screenshot from Intel XTU, it can atleast show that throttling is from EC/BIOS.. Throttlestop should work in almost all cases but lets see if there are any updates. Can you give me your current EC/BIOS full name? its needed.
  3. Do you have Intel XTU and MSI Afterburner? Right after benchmarking if you can read the Intel XTU CPU frequency graph, if your Processor is throttling then it can make sure. Otherwise a 240W PSU should be more then enough.. i will go ask someone for BIOS/EC updates but meanwhile if only your processor is downclocking then Throttlestop should stop it, Did you untick BD-PROCHOT and ticked multiplier to turbo and Turned on throttlestop? Just untick everything and only tick EIST and Multiplier.
  4. By the way just wanted to ask, are you on GT70 2OD? or similar? I heard they have this issue of limited power from PSU when overclocking and it starts draining battery to fulfill the power needs? If that is the case, i am not so sure that Throttlestop will work. If you can give me your model number, maybe i can ask someone
  5. Hey there, Refer to this thread http://forum.techinferno.com/throttlestop-realtemp-discussion/3148-throttlestop-5-10-beta-2-discussion.html Its for version 5.10 beta, however there is 3rd post from Unclewebb, his signature has another link to Throttlestop 6.00 beta.. One of them should work, im not sure you can PM him and he will reply
  6. Hey, try using Throttlestop, it solved my downclocking issue Uncheck BD PROCHOT and set multiplier to turbo and turn on, that should get you rid of downclocking, not so sure about physics score
  7. @svl7 Hey there i have this issue that when i start up my windows 8, my GPU is always on p-state 0 and max clocks. however after i run some light 3d application or anything that uses nvidia GPU, it switches to p-state 8 and lowers clocks. this is crazy because my battery life gets half when i am running nothing, so i always have to keep something on like nvidiainspector or google chrome or something that uses gpu. this happened after i flashed vbios to unlock my 680m, vBios versions were exactly same any suggestions on how to solve this from root? instead of forcing pstates update: basically its running at 771 (default) core clock @ p0 when nothing is running, if i start chrome it goes to p8 etc. in games it goes to p0 but at overclocked core clock of 850 mhz.. my issue is why does it run on 771 mhz when there is zero applications running? Thanks for any help @svl7
  8. I had this issue some days ago, my task manager showed my disk usage at 100%.. while my read/write speed was in KBs yes like 500 KBs/900 KBs and full 100% usage.. after monitoring it for a while, i realized that there is often some sort of system task doing something that causes it, after a while i did disk cleanup and it took like an hour or two just to cleanup 4 gb on windows update files.. i disabled Windows defender and installed Nod32 instead. and my issue is gone. your issue might be related to this, but its not your harddisk at fault, its windows 8. try disabling windows defender if you are using that.
  9. I recommend Intel XTU program, you can monitor temps, CPU clocks and CPU Utlization all in a single graph. and a side menu also shows max and min of everything.
  10. @svl7 Hey there i have this issue that when i start up my windows 8, my GPU is always on p-state 0 and max clocks. however after i run some light 3d application or anything that uses nvidia GPU, it switches to p-state 8 and lowers clocks. this is crazy because my battery life gets half when i am running nothing, so i always have to keep something on like nvidiainspector or google chrome or something that uses gpu. this happened after i flashed vbios to unlock my 680m, vBios versions were exactly same any suggestions on how to solve this from root? instead of forcing pstates
  11. Thank you, i had no idea about this option ( i though only save changes and restart or dont save changes and exit options were there ) however i will check later today to see if there is an option of shutting down
  12. Sorry i had no idea about the different between CMOS and EC, i knew CMOS controls clock and things and EC controls power and fan, been searching for last 1 month trying to solve this CPU Throttling i have read weird things, even CMOS and EC reset, was justn trying to ask about EC, how will you reset EC right after flashing? you need to boot into windows to shut down?
  13. Actually these guys over at MSI forum suggest resetting your EC by removing battery right after BIOS flash. i dunno why?
  14. I have a few questions, can someone answer? 1. what does update.bat file contains? i downloaded a bios from msi website and it had flash.bat, i opened with text editor and it showed " AFUDOS.exe bios.version(not .rom) /blah /blah (5 parameters)" bios name doesn't have .rom there, can someone verify? 2. After BIOS is flashed and dos is returned, should i hit CTRL ALT DEL to restart? how do i shut it down? since i need to shut it down to reset CMOS, do i have to start windows to shut it down?
  15. MSI Afterburner, has everything you need, but on default vbios you have limited overclocking available, core is often locked on MSI cards, memory can go +350 Using a custom vbios you can go higher, By the way overvolting may reduce life itself, since it leads to more heat and higher temperatures, when i overclocked, i pushed memory direct to +400 and core to +50, since this is a normal overclock, small increments only matter when you are pushing the card to its limits, so if at anytime a bsod or artifacts occur, you can change back a bit.
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