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Created On: 07/20/2005 03:00 AM
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 07/20/2005 03:00 AM
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91RX-7 Boy
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i dont want speed stepping while plugged in, it dosent always go full when needed on benches please help
 07/21/2005 02:59 PM
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QUOTE(91RX-7 Boy @ Jul 19 2005, 11:00 PM)i dont want speed stepping while plugged in, it dosent always go full when needed on benches please help
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The way I got around this is by turning off the PowerNow feature and instead using RM Clock' ">http://cpu.rightmark.org/products/rmclock.shtml to manage the clock speeds, this way when I am on battery I can set it to max management(for battery life) and then when on A/C power set it to minimal management which keeps the processor running at full speed.

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 07/24/2005 02:33 AM
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ok i just found a better way, I used that my comp started artifacting, well just click the batt icon or plug and change it to home/ office for full speed or presentation, for max battt do the max batt setting in windows it will change it
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