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Intel SpeedStep テクノロジ - Wikipedia
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拡張版 Intel SpeedStep テクノロジ (Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology、略称: EIST) は、その名の通りSpeedStepを拡張した規格である。従来のSpeedStepは処理 能力では最大速と ...
SpeedStep - Wikipedia
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Enhanced SpeedStep is a series of dynamic frequency scaling technologies built into some Intel microprocessors that allow the clock speed of the processor to be dynamically changed (to different P-states) by software. This allows the processor to meet the instantaneous performance needs of the operation being performed, while minimizing power draw and heat generation. EIST was introduced in several Prescott 6 series in the first quarter of 2005, namely the Pentium 4 660.
How to enable Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST ...
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Make sure all the hardware support EIST, ex: CPU, operating system, etc. Enter BIOS setting and set [Advanced BIOS Features] > [CPU EIST Function] to [Enable ]. Different Power Management setting requires in Windows: Windows XP: set up  ...
Intel EIST disabled/enabled | TechPowerUp Forums
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Feb 14, 2017 ... Hi all, My simple question is that would I reach smoother fps in games, if I turn off intel EIST technology in BIOS? I have a haswell i5 CPU with GTX 980...
Frequently Asked Questions about Enhanced Intel SpeedStep ...
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Answers common questions about Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology for Intel® Desktop Processors.
Frequently Asked Questions about Enhanced Intel SpeedStep ...
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Answers common questions about Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology for Intel® Mobile Processors.
What is Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology (EIST)? - Definition ...
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Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST) is a power and thermal management technology developed by Intel. EIST was introduced as a means of enabling high performance while meeting the power-saving needs of a mobile computer ...
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology - Phoronix
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Feb 16, 2006 ... Nearly seven years ago at the Intel Developer Forum in Palm Springs California, Intel had first demonstrated Geyserville Technology. This dual-speed technology, when paired with a 0.18-micron mobile Pentium processor, ...
Intel EIST SpeedStep - Phoronix
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Feb 16, 2006 ... With the load results, there was an approximate 14°C difference in the temperature between 800MHz and 1.86GHz, and a 6-13 Watt difference. There was also an impressionable difference between the idle and load ...
Intel Speedstep/EIST - Whirlpool
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Intel Speedstep/EIST. This is to help with the increasing number of 'Why does my CPU speed keep changing' threads. For those users of Intel CPU's you may discover that your CPU has a habit of changing the multiplier down to 6x then back ...