Aedil.1296 Posted February 12 Share Posted February 12 (edited) Hi Guys, after 2 years of researching (I know it's crazy) and trying literally everything, I finally found the solution that should work for anyone with an Intel processor. Have you ever noticed your FPS going from high numbers suddendly very low like 10-15fps and then again high up after some seconds? Well, I thought that was due to the actual core being switched to another one, and I thought during the switch I had that low fps, but it's not!!! The culprit is the Intel Turbo Boost Techology: "Intel Turbo Boost Technology is a way to automatically run the processor core faster than the noted frequency. The processor must work in the power, temperature, and specification limits of the thermal design power (TDP). Single and multi-threaded application performance increase.". Deactivating this will remove this problem forever. There are some different ways to do so, but the easiest one is to edit your power management and in your power profile put the Max processor state to 99%. This will prevent turbo boost to kick in as you will not reach the 100% processor usage, as that's when the turbo boost activates!!!! I hope this will be helpful, I thought to share as I was really desperate to understand and solve this issue!! Peace, Aedil EDIT: I wanted to also advise especially on laptops, use the FPS limiter to 60, it will grealy help reducing heat and mantain stable performance. Also, using d912pxy help increasing FPS (the new dx11 in GW2 works well too if you don't want to use any mod). I know many knows about this, but putting it here just in case as this post is FPS related! ❤️ Edited February 12 by Aedil.1296 1 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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