Hi Nikola - I am not an expert in these matters so with that understanding I will tell you I do not think you have a problem. You mention that you have Turbo Boost enabled in the BIOS. I assume you have Intel Enhanced Speed Step enabled also. You will probably find this function in the power section of your BIOS. Intel has two tools you may want to download and check out. The first is the turbo boost monitor which you will find here. http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-031441.htm?wapkw=(turbo+boost+monitor) . The second tool is Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool which you will find here http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-031726.htm?wapkw=(IPDT). The default values in your BIOS should allow the CPU to run at its normal values. Hope this helps. Regards. Peter
Thanks man. I will surely check this out. I will keep this discussion opened for some more ideas.
Those are very usefull things. It nicely shows the dynamcs of clock speed change, real time. The diagnostic tool said that everything is OK.
Thanks for this.
Best regards from Serbia!