Hi Anonym32339: Thank you very much for contacting the Intel® Processor communities. We are sorry to hear the processor is not working properly.
In regard to your inquiry please make sure that the computer is running at stock configuration under with the default BIOS settings.
In order to try to find a possible solution for this problem, we just wanted to confirm a few details about your system, please provide the SSU report:
What is the name of the Audio Production Software?
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Adding my two cents here... There is nothing wrong with Hyperthreading in this processor. In the few cases like this that I have seen taken to conclusion, the fault was in the BIOS configuration. The (typical) reason was the voltage of the power being supplied to the processor was not allowed to reach the levels necessary - and this was often how it was set in the BIOS defaults, so (just) resetting to defaults won't necessarily fix it. I suggest that you look closely at your BIOS' configuration for the processor. If you cannot figure out what to change, you should contact the board/system vendor's tech support and ask them to help you (this is their job, after all).
If the settings would be the case no software at all would ramp up...
but everything else does it, no Mather if it’s video editing software or something else.
100% CPU Load with every other software I use And full clocks!
As soon as a Daw starts you can trow the whole pc in a trash since it just not clock higher then 1200 MHz.
So please go ahead and tell your Cents someone who doesn’t know anything about computers and specially about voltages since I am an overclocker.
Ok, you have me confused. Are you saying that HT (and Turbo) work just fine for everything but a certain class of applications (namely audio production software)?
If this is the case, I would generically say that you are probably having an issue with one of the audio support libraries/packages. Since I know little about the architecture of the audio support stack, I can't help much with that issue (if indeed that is the issue), but at least this will confine what needs to be looked at and who needs to be involved.
If this is not the case, please explain better what you are seeing (or not seeing)...
It Doesnt matter which one I use. Steinberg Cubase 9.5 or Studio one... Ableton... every Daw has this problem. Nothing helps, no cleaninstall or anything else... Tried nearly everything in the bios without any help. To me it looks like skz7 bug on skylake x !!!
I’ve attached the ssu file.
I hope you guys can help me...
ssu file.txt.zip 140 bytes
Thank you for contacting Intel Support,
I understand that you are having a problem in regards the frequency which is staying at 1.2 GHz, I apologize for any inconvenience this may be causing.
Regarding this problem, I would like you to run some tests with our software, Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility, you can download it here:
After downloading and installing, I would like you to please run a "Stress Test" for 5 minutes at least and let us know the results, specially the frequency.