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my processor is constantly in top speed, why ?

TGarb
Beginner
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Hi,

My processor (i5-9300h, 2.4GHz - 4.10GHz) is constantly in top of speed (4.10GHz) I want to know if it's normal or not. And if it's not, how can be done to solve this problem ?

 

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AlHill
Super User
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How does your photo indicate you are at 4.10ghz? Everything looks normal to me.

 

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TGarb
Beginner
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My processor is normaly 2.40 ghz and here, on the photo, we can see "vitesse"(speed) 3.95Ghz :(

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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Run the Control Panel Power Options applet and ensure that the Balanced (as opposed to High Performance) power plan is selected. You should also look to see if your BIOS supports a similar setting (or set of settings) and change it from Max Performance to Balanced.

 

Hope this helps,

...S

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