Current/EDP Limit Throttling - all the time on battery

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  1. hmscott

    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Nice, and I have seen these powercfg options but haven't played with them as the range of normal power plan settings and advanced options have accomplished the same for me - or so I thought / think.

    Has anyone played with the range of options to see if they have a performance benefit effect on benchmarks and day to day applications?

    This paper has been around since 2017 so many current CPU's should be included.

    Power and performance tuning
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    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/wi...uning/hardware/power/power-performance-tuning
     
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  2. CocoLoco

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    I tried uninstalling everything - Control Center, XTU, etc. It seemed to me to retain settings last set. It does seem like XTU is likely how they manage throttling. I don't know why else they would have it loaded/running all the time.

    Quiet fan mode does add to throttling (in addition to being on battery.) Performance boost mode will override this to some extent, however.

    How are you measuring throttling?
     
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