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SayandeepHaldar
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HOW TO KEEP SUSTAINED CPU PERFORMANCE EVEN AFTER LONG USE ?

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HP PAVILION GAMING 15 ec-1052AX
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HEY , GUYS I WANT TO ASK A QUESTION . HOW TO CONSTANT PERFORMANCE DURING PROLONG USE . I ACTUALLY BENCHMARK MY PROCESSOR DAILY BOTH BEFORE AND AFTER 6 HOURS USE THROUGH GEEKBENCH 5 AND THERE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE IN SCORES . MY USAGE IS JUST WATCHING VIDEOS AND WEB SURFING , NO GAMING , NO CONTENT CREATION OR ANY OTHER CPU INTENSIVE TASK . HARDWARE TEST IS PASSED . BUT THERE IS ALSO A DIFFERENCE OF 20% IN PERFORMANCE THAT IS REFLECTED BY THOSE SCORES . I BENCHMARK PROCESSOR 7 TIMES BOTH BEFORE AND AFTER USE AND SCORES ARE OF GIGANTIC GAP . I NEED HELP........ ANY ADVANCED TROUBLESHOOTING FROM CMD OR REGISTRY MIGHT HELP.....

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@SayandeepHaldar , welcome to the forum.

 

The only thing that normally causes the symptoms that you describe is Heat!  You should check the temperature of the CPU before and after use.  Running a computer continually for 6 hours could definitely cause it to heat-up.  I suggest that you try NZXT CAM to check the temperature of the CPU.

 

I am not aware of any Advanced troubleshooting steps that you can take from the CMD prompt or BIOS/UEFI.



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@SayandeepHaldar , welcome to the forum.

 

The only thing that normally causes the symptoms that you describe is Heat!  You should check the temperature of the CPU before and after use.  Running a computer continually for 6 hours could definitely cause it to heat-up.  I suggest that you try NZXT CAM to check the temperature of the CPU.

 

I am not aware of any Advanced troubleshooting steps that you can take from the CMD prompt or BIOS/UEFI.



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