07-15-2011 06:26 PM
Download a program called realtemp. In there, there's an option to turn off turbo boost. I use it all the time. Caps my i7 at 2 ghz instead of 2.8 ghz.
07-16-2011 01:22 AM
Thank you of course. But still, stable frequency, I do not achieve through this program.On this basis, there is a thought that this program just changes the maximum available frequency, but does not disable the turbo boost.
07-16-2011 02:34 AM
Oops. I'm sorry that I misled you. I'm sorry: (Before you ask for help, I did not read completely the information about the technology to Intel. It turns out that for the fact thatfrequency falls at least meets the Enhanced Intel speedstep. So, guys, need help toturn off the technology. =))
07-16-2011 07:30 AM - edited 07-16-2011 07:31 AM
Swap out the cpu and get a new one, because you can't turn off speedstep on an i7 in a laptop. The best you can do is disable turbo boost.
What you just said is utter nonsense. Turbo boost BRINGS the maximum frequency up. Disabling turbo boost would allow the frequency to be maxed at whatever it was before. My i7 2630m's normal frequency is 2 ghz. With turbo boost i hit 2.7 ghz. Disabling turbo boost will allow the cpu to only max out at 2 ghz. That's what turboboost is.
Just run an extensive program and your frequency will be stable.