Tom's Hardware compares performance on Core i5-750 and Core i7-860 CPUs with Turbo Boost disabled, Turbo Boost enabled, and both processors overclocked to 4 GHz to answer whether it's worthwhile to tune your system manually.
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What is Intel Turbo Boost and how does it work? Well, that is the exact question that we answer in this video. We go over how Intel Turbo Boost works, what it does, and why it is important. I also talk about why Turbo Boost is important and how it helps save your PCs power, hardware longevity, and overall heat output. We really do cover everything that you need to know about Intel Turbo Boost! Start Your Blog/Website For $3.95/Month with Bluehost! https://TheBreakdown.xyz/Bluehost -------------------------------------------------------- What Is Intel Hyperthreading?: https://youtu.be/bxnXCh70dMQ The Difference Between Intel Processors!: https://youtu.be/pyjly5UVcCU -------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe!: https://TheBreakdown.xyz/YTSub Our Website: https://TheBreakdown.xyz Facebook: https://Facebook.com/BreakdownHowTo Twitter: https://Twitter.com/BreakdownHowTo Email: Hello@TheBreakdown.xyz -------------------------------------------------------- Get your C920 Webcam► https://TheBreakdown.xyz/c920 -------------------------------------------------------- Get your Minecraft Server► https://TheBreakdown.xyz/MCServer -------------------------------------------------------- Get your Blue Snowball► https://TheBreakdown.xyz/Snowball -------------------------------------------------------- Music From EpidemicSound: http://TheBreakdown.xyz/EpidemicSound About this video: This video goes over the ends and outs of Intel Turbo Boost telling you everything you need to know in order to understand why Intel Turbo Boost is important, why it exists, and why you should make sure every processor you buy has Turbo Boost from Intel. So let's say your processor has a base clock speed of 3.5GHz. It'll run at that speed most of the time. For example, when you're browsing the web, watching a video, or even when it is just sitting there doing nothing. However, when you start doing something more that needs a bit more power like playing a gaming, editing a video, or doing 3d rendering, turbo boost overclocks your CPU boosting up its clock speed allowing it to sometimes boost up more than a gigahertz! This is sometimes called 'dynamic overclocking', and the great thing is the CPU does this without you doing anything but game, edit, or just generally do whatever you want to do. It's in the background, and it only happens when you need it. Because it only happens when needed, it conserves power extending the battery life of your laptop, keeping the temperature down on your PC, and overall just saving on your monthly power bill. This wasn't always the case, and at one point in time, CPUs ran at one clock speed all the time no matter what. Man oh, man! How things have gotten better. If modern processors did this, they would be extremely hot, use tons of unnecessary power, and make your PC last less time because of all the freaking heat! With that being said, we hope you enjoyed this video. If you did, please give it a thumbs up and be sure to subscribe to the channel if you haven't already. It really helps us out, and it means a ton! Thank you very, very much in advance! Note: Some of the above links are affiliate links. I may receive a commission at no additional cost to you if you go to these sites and make a purchase.
In this video I have Intel i5 7th gen in which TurboBoost is supported This video will give u brief description about *what is TurboBoost? * how it works? *what is difference between Overclocking and TurboBoost?
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Intels Core i series are fantastic. As is their turbo boost technology. Unfortunately the marketing is a little off. The advertised MAX boost speeds shown on the box never applies to all the cores on Quad core i5 cpus. The quoted figures - say 3.7Ghz - only applies when running on 2 cores. The actual MAX quad core speed is 3.5Ghz. This video shows you how to lock down all 4 cores at the MAX quoted frequency for a 200Mhz performance boost. I have run bench marks after locking, to show that it is worth the 10 minutes or so that it takes to unlock the potential of your CPU. Music by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100289 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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[UPDATED VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65eTGUdNhjM] ***READ THE DESCRIPTION FOR FAQ*** This is a video on how to OC ( overclock) your laptop. This will increase the performance of your laptop ten fold. Its a really good program. Download RealTemp at: http://tinyurl.com/RTTecho536 Twitter: https://twitter.com/techo536 FAQ - Q: Can't enable Turbo! A: Some CPUs do not have Turbo Boost built in (Only Intel do CPUs). First of all find your CPU name. You can usually find this in Control Panel. Then search on Google the specs for your CPU. If it's Intel there will be a whole page with specs and Ctrl + F and type in Turbo. It will say Turbo Boost Enabled: Yes/No Q: Will my laptop work with this / Will my PC explode? A: Try it! Monitor your temps with RealTemps (download above) and make sure they don't go too high. Don't start straight away with hard core gaming! Q: CPU not supported! A: Try older versions of Throttle Stop like 6.00. They've incorporated many more CPUs into their compatibility list! Also if you have an AMD CPU it's unlikely it will be supported! Q: Max Multiplier is only ....? A: The max multiplier value depends on your CPU. Just like with Turbo Boost above check what your specs are and your CPU clock speed. If it's 1.9GHz, lets say, then the max multiplier will be 19. Check this and if you set it to the max multiplier you will find an improvement in FPS! Q: Program won't start / I get an error message! A: Try re-downloading the file as it may be corrupt. Also try changing the compatibility in properties. Disclaimer - I take no responsibility in any damage caused by using ThrottleStop or by taking my advice. Recommended Download Site (Faster Download): http://www.techinferno.com/2012/08/02/throttlestop-5-00-available-for-download/ Alternative Download: http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/ThrottleStop.shtml Alternative Versions of ThrottleStop: http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2090/throttlestop-4-00/