Tuesday, August 17th 2021

TechPowerUp ThrottleStop v9.4 Released

TechPowerUp today released the latest version of ThrottleStop by Kevin Glynn, a utility that lets you take greater control over the power management features of your processor, which could prove particularly useful to squeeze the most performance out of notebooks. Version 9.4 introduces a couple of new features and fixes a few issues. To begin with, you can now disable all C-states above C1. We've also added the Ring Down Bin setting. Power throttling explanation has been improved for "Skylake-X" processors. Security of the application's kernel-mode driver has been improved. The MSR and MMIO power limits are now separately reported. The FIVR - Disable and Lock feature has been improved for 11th Gen processors. Grab ThrottleStop from the link below.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp ThrottleStop 9.4 by Kevin Glynn
  • Fixed the FIVR - Disable and Lock MMIO feature for 11th Gen CPUs.
  • Added separate reporting of the MSR and MMIO power limits.
  • Added feature to disable all C states higher than C1.
  • Added access to the Ring Down Bin setting.
  • Enabled Limit Reasons for Skylake X.
  • Updated driver for improved security.
  • Fixed power plan list for languages other than English.
  • Changed system monitoring timers being used.
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3 Comments on TechPowerUp ThrottleStop v9.4 Released

#1
lexluthermiester
Nice!
@unclewebb
Is there any reason to use this new version over older versions on older systems(example S1366/S2011)?
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unclewebb
ThrottleStop & RealTemp Author
@lexluthermiester - ThrottleStop 9.4 uses an updated driver for improved security.

Beyond that, most of the new features are for newer 11th Gen computers.
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lexluthermiester
unclewebb@lexluthermiester - ThrottleStop 9.4 uses an updated driver for improved security.

Beyond that, most of the new features are for newer 11th Gen computers.
Ah, ok. Cool. TY.
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