Windows 10: CPU throttle, even on 'high performance' power plan Solved

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       16 Nov 2015 #11

    Linkyyy said: View Post
    Berton, hmm yea that might be a fix, but that is not really a proper fix. :/
    So you've ruled out the feasibility of doing that long enough to accomplish your task then returning to the defaults?
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  2.    15 Mar 2016 #12

    Exactly the same problem here, same computer, same CPU, etc., no solution found. The only finding I made is that when I change the power setting, the CPU acts normally for maybe 10 minutes, then come again to 0.98ghz with a full load at only 40%. I made all the update and upgraded the drivers. What can be the problem ?
    Last edited by toto1er; 15 Mar 2016 at 12:38.
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  3.    15 Mar 2016 #13

    toto1er said: View Post
    Exactly the same problem here, same computer, same CPU, etc., no solution found. The only finding I made is that when I change the power setting, the CPU acts normally for maybe 10 minutes, then come again to 0.98ghz with a full load at only 40%. I made all the update and upgraded the drivers. What can be the problem ?
    Hey toto1er.
    I thought i got it fixed but it still didnt work properly. I actually formatted my harddrive and rolled back to win8.1 again. One user replied to my topic on reddit a few months ago, saying that he installed the DPTF win8.1 drivers and got his to work again. Here is the link to the topic: after upgrade to win10 CPU is constantly throttled : techsupport

    Please report back if you try this!
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  4.    16 Mar 2016 #14

    You can always try a little and awesome tool called ThrottleStop Probably some kind of throttle by either turbo settings/power limit/tdp. Check that out.
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  5.    16 Mar 2016 #15

    Linkyyy said: View Post
    Hey toto1er.
    I thought i got it fixed but it still didnt work properly. I actually formatted my harddrive and rolled back to win8.1 again. One user replied to my topic on reddit a few months ago, saying that he installed the DPTF win8.1 drivers and got his to work again. Here is the link to the topic: after upgrade to win10 CPU is constantly throttled : techsupport

    Please report back if you try this!
    Installing the DPTF driver solved the problem, thanx !
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  6.    16 Mar 2016 #16

    toto1er said: View Post
    Installing the DPTF driver solved the problem, thanx !
    Awesome! thanks for reporting back. I will definitely install win10 again soon then
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