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Hello Al Hill:
Thank you very much to for the link provided before.
Thank you very much for joining our Intel processors community.
I hope the information above was useful for you, pretty much it describes how the Intel® turbo boost works.
The turbo boost is a feature that is embedded on the processor, it works automatically when the processor detects a high load of work when it is also running different tasks and processes.
Additionally the Intel® turbo boost 2.0 that your processor has cannot be disable, only Intel® turbo boost 3.0 has that option depending on the BIOS of the board.
Any further questions, please let me know.