The ThrottleStop Guide

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  1. 6.|THE|1|BOSS|.9

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    Yes :) this is the effect of HDC but it doesn't effect during idle only.. but also during full load ;) test during load & see if you see difference on power consumption :)
     
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    Is your dptf fix the reg key one for power options? and should i enabled hdc on a laptop with an i9?
     
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    where do i find those? im getting both mfc120u and msvcr120 not found, on a fresh install from Xotic PC
     
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    Use the one from this post :) here... ✪Low CPU Temp. & High Performance through Intel DPTF Fix✪
    and yes enable HDC.. it is good & harmless & always offer positive results which is lower power consumption,lower temperature, and same or even higher performance ;)
     
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    If i have speed shift enabled (set to 80), is it good to uncheck c1e and speedstep?
     
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    While I see that DPTF might bring power consumption benefits, my tablet will throttle when using DPTF.
    I am running a Dell Latitude 5290 (2-in-1) which is a Microsoft Surface-style device.
    And it will get quite warm at the back, when I run a power-hungry application.
    This results in DPTF throttling the device via PL1 - it will actively and aggressively reduce PL1 to counter the device's heat output.
    Have you found a way to prevent this?

    The only solution that I found was completely removing DPTF.
     
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    I tested this but DPTF doesn't seem to do anything on my Dell G7 but instead of deleting the drivers and or blocking them from installing; woudln't it be easier to just disable the service? (for people who want to disable it)
     
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