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Re: My in-client CPU score decreased for no reason whatsoeve

PostPosted: 05 Dec 2018, 19:32
by bruce
QuestionMarkNoob wrote:
bruce wrote:I have the same problem.
A week ago I had core i 7 3770 and msi H61 motherboard -CPU was about 198
Now I have Core i 7 3770 but motherboard on z77 chipset - and CPU became about 250
what can change?


You should check if “Intel Turbo Boost” is enabled, because you should enable that for achieving higher clock speeds for your processor. It might have been disabled because you switched to a motherboard which doesn’t enable it by default. Happens a lot. Though your problem is most likely caused by a background task, some Anti-Virus probably.

it like a magic, may be real i push cpu check button when other program worked. Today i tryed to do it only supcom launched - and have 189
Thank You for answer

Re: My in-client CPU score decreased for no reason whatsoeve

PostPosted: 07 Dec 2018, 01:18
by ZOB
i7 3770k should be around 150 to 160

Re: My in-client CPU score decreased for no reason whatsoeve

PostPosted: 07 Dec 2018, 14:07
by bruce
ZOB wrote:i7 3770k should be around 150 to 160

I have default i7-3770 version. Not "K"