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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Tracy Fortune ,

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Not too sure, but I'm thinking this refers to reducing the max performance the CPU will operate at?

I've read this in other places, as well. All I can think is that, at the 100% setting, the motherboard in question is overheating- or that the CPU is unable to sustain a 100% output (defective/overheating perhaps due to improper heatsink placement?).

So, by going into the performance/power settings, you're able to reduce the high-end of the CPU from 100% to whatever you'd like (say, 75%). It may slow the PC a bit, but it's better slower than "dead"?

Read [http://lmgtfy.com/?q=adjust+cpu+in+windows%2C+power+options#|here].

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