06-20-2012 08:11 AM
Ok I got it ... The processor is inherent to run turbo boost ... I can monitor the turbo boost with intel's turbo boost monitor and it works perfect without installing anything on my pc. Just install the Turbo boost monitor and monitor the performance yourself.
06-20-2012 12:09 PM
08-09-2013 03:29 AM
Turbo Boost is a technology exclusive to Intel. The AMD equivalent is called "Turbo Core" and apparently it activates itself automatically under heavy CPU load. If you want to find out if Turbo Core is activated while you're using a program that requires a lot of CPU power, try downloading and installing CPU-Z, and then download and install Prime95. Run the "Blend Stress Test" on Prime95 and see if the core frequency changes in CPU-Z.
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