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When examining the processor's effort, you register a warm-up.

Perform a temp check of all components While testing effort.

In any case, if it is related to this, you will try to turn off the turbo boost in the BIOS.

 


Thank you! Indeed, the cancellation of the Turbo Boost solved the problem. But the computer became a bit slow .. 

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Assuming your processor i9 9900.

Your 3.1GHz base frequency in turbo cores reaches 4.5-5 GHz.

Depending on the amount of cores working, temp, etc., there is definitely a difference.

The main purpose was to see if it was related to temp.

It is optimal to make sure that there is no problem with cooling, ointment, pump, etc.

But there are other options:

Your processor is not an open multiplier so you cannot, for example, configure all cores to work on 4GHz.

What can be done (most likely) is to limit the turbo frequency to 4 GHz if there is no problem to gradually increase.

Set the turbo duration.

If the tensions were less I would be dealing at this point.

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