• Welcome to TechPowerUp Forums, Guest! Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community.

ThrottleStop 9.2.9


ThrottleStop & RealTemp Author
Jun 1, 2008
6,687 (1.19/day)
ThrottleStop 9.2.9

New Features
- added 10850K / 10900K support including a new Turbo Group access window.
- updated the TS Bench and the C State window for the 10 core CPUs.
- enabled Limit Reasons support for Comet Lake CPUs.
- improved access to the Windows power plans.
- added AVX offset control for unlocked K series CPUs.
- double click the monitoring table for an extended view if you have more than 8 threads.
- added clickable monitoring table headings, including minimum temperature and APIC ID.
- blocked Set Multiplier access when Speed Shift is enabled.
- more obvious FIVR window feedback when CPU voltage control is locked.
- improved consistency of the turbo power limits Lock feature.
- ability to clear the turbo power limits Lock option when accidentally locked.
- changed and fixed the logo selector.
- added an INI option to disable ThrottleStop's access to the turbo power limits. NoSetPL=1
Last edited:
Mar 30, 2020
370 (0.29/day)
Pittsburgh Pa USA
I guess you meant for me to post here. I think I got this figured out. some kinks I'm working on. But you are very right on the sleep cycle. If I put the pc to sleep then wake before opening TS everything works fine. Here are the screenshots of before and after sleep cycle. I'm still working on a good overclock. Trying some fan control software to rip up the cpu fan a little faster than what Dell had in mind.


  • AfterFirstSleepCycleFIVR.JPG
    110 KB · Views: 489
  • AfterFirstSleepCycleTPL.JPG
    46 KB · Views: 539
  • AfterFirstSleepWakeCycleMain.JPG
    67.8 KB · Views: 431
  • AfterSleepWakeCycleAndThottleStopRestartMain.JPG
    68.3 KB · Views: 402
  • BeforeSleepWakeCycleFIVR.JPG
    108.1 KB · Views: 384
  • BeforeSleepWakeCycleMain.JPG
    67.6 KB · Views: 379
  • BeforeSleepWakeCycleTPL.JPG
    47 KB · Views: 473