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Pentium M & SpeedStep

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Old September 18th 06, 07:10 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
pHi Roethlisberger
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Default Pentium M & SpeedStep


on windows XP SP2 it works fine between multiplier 6x and 15x. If the CPU is
used at 100% it jumps immediatly to 15x.

With Vista RC1 it changes only very hard to 15x (and this only for a few
If I use a stresstest tool (Idle SP2004 by Johny Lee), the CPU is used 100%
but it changes only to 15x if I start some other applications at the same

The PowerSettings are set to max. performance...

Is this a bug or is the Chipset Driver not correct or ... ?

Board: Aopen i915GMm-Hfs
CPU: Pentium Mobile 760




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