I want to tweak power plans on the NUC within Win 10 and do not find other then the one listed below (only "balanced") . How do I implement/get/activate e.g. a "high performance power plan"?
Bestehende Energieschemen (* Aktiv)
GUID des Energieschemas: 381b4222-f694-41f0-9685-ff5bb260df2e (Ausbalanciert) *
MKemp4, Thank you for posting in the Intel® Communities Support.
For this specific scenario, if the only option showing in Windows* 10 for the power plan is "balanced", then it indicates that probably it is a restriction that the Operating System has.
So, in this case, in order to confirm if there is a way to implement a different option for the power plan, the best thing to do will be to get in contact with Microsoft directly for them to provide all the details about this matter:
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Thx for the proposal...I will try to apply it soon.
As with regards to my initial question how to re-activate missing power plans/power schemes the following solution did work out fine:
In regedit move to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power and set CsEnabled zo zero (0)
You may want to check also additional set of settings which can be even better:
Set: Fan Control Mode to Custom, Primary Temperature Sensor to Processor, Fan Off Capability - uncheck/disabled, Minimum Temperature to 85, Minimum Duty Cycle to 40, Duty Cycle Increment to 6, Secondary Temperature Sensor to CPU Voltage Regulator, Minimum Temperature to 60, Minimum Duty Cycle to 40, Duty Cycle Increment to 6.