Windows 10: CPU temperature limits in Windows 10

  1.    28 Jul 2015 #1

    CPU temperature limits in Windows 10


    Hi,
    I am having strange problems with my desktop & laptop with W10 10240 installed.

    I have a Toshiba Portege ultrabook with i5 2520m cpu, which usually ran at high temperatures under W8.1 consuming up to 55W. Now the temperature won't go above 80 degrees Celsius, which is also the point when the fan starts kicking in... Which means I now have a very quiet and eco-friendly (max 35W) laptop, which I don't like! Is there a way of disabling the CPU temp throttling? I have disabled Turboboost and changed from dynamic frequency to always high in BIOS with no luck.

    Does anyone have any idea how to solve this?

    A similar problem is with my desktop with FX8320, which now achieves 6.500rpm @ 70C with 50% cpu load!

    And yes, I know, shorter lifespan, ecology and similar bs, but I just don't care about that, since it costs me too much of my time swearing over the slow performance... I would just like it to achieve 100C again with full power!
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  2.    28 Jul 2015 #2

    Check your BIOS for an option of CPU temperature monitoring and disable it. Also check advanced power options in Windows for processor power management, make sure max is is to 100%.
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  3.    29 Jul 2015 #3

    Unfortunately there is no such option in BIOS. Is there any other way, i.e. in registry or something to keep Windows in the dark about CPU temperature?

    And yes, I have already checked the advanced power options and changed minimum processor state to 100%...
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