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Download and install Intel Turbo Boost Technology Monitor 2.0 to see if Turbo Boost is working.
That's actually for only one core. When it's 8 threads being used it's 2.4.
Anyways my question still remains. Why the lower voltage and still the same frequency? What is the difference?
The spec does not say per core. Anyway, what does the Turbo Boost Monitor say?
What do you expect about the voltage when the processor is 100% loaded ? Should it go up, fixed or down? Is it a momentary fluctuation?
BTW: Is this your thread or Jsabou1?
I understand the voltage flucuates and I'm fine with that.
The problem is that I only see the voltage fluculate with the frequency. So when voltage goes up, the frquency goes up. Volage does down, frequency goes down.
What my question is, is that the voltage is at 1.2360V and at 2.0 Ghz, but when heat becomes an issue (This occurs when I use the gpu and cpu 100% at the same time) it goes to 1.1259V BUT remains the same frequency.
So the frequency remains teh same even though the volts decreased (doesn't really matter what caused it).
What is the difference between 1.2360V @ 2.0 GHz and 1.1259V @ 2.0 GHz?
I can't conlcude it is a bit slower because it is the same frequency. So that is why I'm confused and asking.
Thanks for your help, it is much appreciated
Sorry, this is jsabou1, I just thought I put auto logon.
You might be interested in reading the Q&A and the help file of turbo boost monitor. Also you can read the tps of your mobo. Just suggesting them to gain more insight of the questions that you are seeking answers with.