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Elitebook 840 g6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello,

I have enabled max performance on DC in bios. The latest bios update states that the option has been removed.

Why? If I upgrade, will I be able to enable turbo boost on battery? Will it remain enabled as it is now?

Thanks and best regards,

Matej

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Hello

 

for my understanding setting has neen removed and it's disabled.

No way to enable it.

reason:  I don't understand , in same cases it was useful.

Probably it's to avoid to have people enabling it , then complaining for a short battery life.

 

bye

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Thanks very much. Huh, Looks like I'm stuck with the old bios....

I really hate the idea of having a relatively capable i7 that I cannot use to do cpu-intensive tasks like a quick video edit on the go and instead always seeking for AC power. I mean I bought a laptop, not a movable stationary PC...

Wouldn't a big warning about the battery drain near the setting be enough?

Regards,

Matej

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