- 02-28-2013, 04:06 PM #1
Just got my SPro and after playing with a lot of setting, I've screwed up the CPU Speed under task manager. It must be with one of the power profiles but I cannot see where I made the change.
Currently the CPU Speed under task manager stays at 1.7g but with CPU-Z I can see the multiplier and speed change alot. I know that task manager was changing with the CPU Scaling when I first got the SPRO but what did I change? When I select "performance" as my plan task manager still says 1.7 but CPU-Z says 2.3. Can anyone tell me what I changed to make Task Manager not scale with the CPU?
- 03-01-2013, 03:20 PM #7
I don't fully understand it myself, but basically when you install Hyper-V, I guess it includes sort of a virtual CPU driver for the host OS, because it has to be aware of the presence of the virtual machines in order to best keep performance even between them.
With that being the case, you can't set the maximum or minimum CPU state in the host OS, and it also means that Task Manager shows 1.70GHz no matter what.
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