There is no I7-620QM unless its so OEM that its not list on Intel's site.
What setting do you have in the BIOS for the CPU as I don't have your BIOS layout you have to tell me.
ThrottleStop can on the fly change BIOS settings but not save them.
Sorry Peter, my bad, its i7-620M http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=43560
The BIOS setting has been reset to factory default, but still same. Its a Lenovo, what information do you need from me. thanks
What settings do you see for the CPU in the BIOS not reset to factory default.
It only have
Core Multi-Processing - Enabled
Intel Hyper-Threading Technology - Enabled
Intel Virtualization Technology - Enabled
Intel VT-d Feature - Enabled
I pressed Setup Defaults but all are still Enabled
Well you don't see Intel(R) Turbo Boost Tech to enable it do you nor is there a State Support setting.
So the BIOS for your notebook is miss the settings and does not have them enabled your going to have to ask them to make a BIOS to get it to work.
Update, I found out that the turbo boost will only work when the battery is plug in. I usually work at home and plugged in, so I took out the battery so that it will last longer.
Control Panel > Power Options
The Control Panel > Power does not give me any option about Turbo Boost.
Just don't understand why Turbo Boost is off when AC is plug in but Battery is taken out. Once i slot the battery back in, Turbo Boost will be enable back.
i have a problem
my turbo boost works on plugin charger
but did not work on battery
what should i do
i want to enable turbo boost on attery pleaseeeeee help me
i have set every thing to max
but nothing happens