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jarvisx
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ghz not at max

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hp elitebook folio 1040 g1
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so im trying to play a game, a game that i meet the minimum requriments but whenever i launch the game, my cpu ghz goes to 2.5 to 1.1 causing me to play at a low fps. whenever i launch that game this event occurs. i've tried using softwares that disable core barking, but it doesn't work

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PabBro
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If the BIOS has Turbo Boost etc you could try turning this off.

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jarvisx
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theres only 'enable turbo boost on DC', but im on ac currently

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turn if off and give it a try!

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jarvisx
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its already disabled

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ok, what about heat ? Is the computer clean, fans etc. This often happens when heat triggers the cpu to throttle down.

It's a tricky one for shore.  Does it happen with all games?

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it doesn't have the problem with all games, my cpu's heat is fine

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