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Possible Improvements

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Software Windows 11 x64
Hello @unclewebb, was curious if there were any settings that might improve things for me, not that I have any issues, but used Throttlestop with my 8th Gen, and I know that the 11th gen, and maybe with Win 11 too (so can roll back if you think it's worth it) limit what can be done, but hoping to extract a bit more if possible, screen shots attached of everything stock/default, if you need any other info, let me know. Thanks!











 

unclewebb

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Intel locked out / eliminated CPU voltage control on their 11th Gen G7 series so there is very little you can do.

Try setting Power Limit 4 to a value of 0. That might help with EDP OTHER throttling.

For more performance when plugged in you can try using ThrottleStop to switch to the Windows High Performance power plan.

Check the MMIO Lock box and clear the BD PROCHOT box. Not much else you can do.
 
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