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My fan has been running a lot since I got my NC10, regardless of the power profile so I wanted to investigate the CPU speeds as these were changed.
I used CPU-Z to check the multiplier and thus core speed (Bus speed stays at 133mhz).
All the profiles are the defaults that come with the battery manager software and 0.4c BIOS.
On Max Battery Life and Normal the cpu control is ‘Auto’. Accordingly, the multiplier fluctuates between 6x (798mhz) and 12x (1600mhz). However on Max Performance, it also fluctuates even when the cpu control shows as maximum. I thought that enabling this profile would keep the cpu at 1.6ghz? Even when running something intense (a number crunching Excel file in my case) it will sometimes drop to 800mhz. Does anyone else experience this? Is this a fault somewhere or am I being picky?
Also, seeing as though at idle my NC10 is at 800mhz the fan should be off much more than it is. I’ve set the BIOS fan control to auto.
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