|System Name||PowerSpec 1720 (Clevo PB70EF-G)|
|Memory||32GB 3000MHz 16-18-18-36 1T (OC)|
|Video Card(s)||115W RTX 2070 8GB GDDR6 (OC/UV)|
|Storage||500GB WD Black NVME|
|Display(s)||144Hz G-Sync 17.3" IPS (OC)|
|Audio Device(s)||Sound Blaster Pro-Gaming X|
|Mouse||Logitech G502 Hero|
|Software||M$ Windows 10 Pro, Throttle Stop 929, MSi Afterburner, ParkControl|
|Benchmark Scores||CB R23 - 8173/1105, CB R20 - 3172, Fire Strike - 18140, Time Spy - 8287|
Thanks. Problem solved with bios adjustment following your instructions. It's wired as I have never touched anything in the bios before.Run msconfig, click on the Boot tab and press the Advanced options... button.
Make sure the Number of processors box is not checked.
Press OK, reboot and maybe Windows will find the rest of your missing CPU.
Edit - You might want to also enable Speed Shift Technology in your BIOS. While you are in there, make sure hyper threading is enabled.
Intel CPUs vary their speed based on power consumption and on how many cores are active. When you enable hyper threading, you have increased power consumption. That might have something to do with what you are seeing.speed was locked at around 4.2 GHz. Now it drops to 3.95 GHz. Any ideas?