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TechPowerUp Announces ThrottleStop 4.0

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    TechPowerUp also published the latest version of ThrottleStop, a nifty utility that lets you monitor the CPU clock speed throttling scheme used by your notebook, and provides you with options to override or change it. This is particularly useful for noteboook users facing performance issues even when the notebook is plugged in, despite enabling Windows "high-performance" power scheme. The application's main window lets you perform both monitoring and tweaking, its left pane provides you with tweaking your CPU's power scheme using three methods, while its right pane lets you monitor the way in which your OS is throttling the CPU, down to the level of logical CPUs (threads).

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    DOWNLOAD: ThrottleStop 4.0
    RuskiSnajper, Cold Storm and TIGR say thanks.
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    I don't have a notebook, but this sounds helpful.
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    Great work, kevin
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    only notebook ?
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    I'll have to tey it out tonight. Sounds like something fun!
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    Nice program as always :toast:
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    isnt this for intel only? might be worth mentioning that.
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    You mean I can overclock my Atom?
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    i might try this out on my laptop see if it helps any
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    Work for my system

    Not only for laptop or notebook. Thank you Kevin.
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    No Llano support eh? :)

    I tried it on my notebook...no go.

    LC
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    KUDOS TPU !

    That's what i've been LOOKING for !

    I don't have a laptop but i was helping some friend with their laptops and i tried to disable this stuff in bios but the bios was too restrictive. I hope this helps.

    Well on PC you have all these in mobo i guess - well, don't have the new hardware yet but i can saw there's like 3 different power saving options in CPU settings.
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    Is there a usermanual availale somewhere? I cant make heads or tales of half the stuff this prog displays..
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    unclewebb RealTemp Author

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    Looks like the manual got removed from the archive to keep the download size nice and lean. The docs are larger than the actual program.

    You can download it separately from here until I have the time to create an online manual on TPU.

    http://www.mediafire.com/?icw3oa3pog3geri

    If you have any questions just ask. Send me a PM or an email to the guy in the About... box of ThrottleStop.
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    Thanks :toast:

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