What is the Turbo Boost Power Time Window default value

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  1. codrut

    codrut New Member

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    I had noticed that on my SP3 i5/8GB/256 the value for Turbo Boost Power Time Window in Intel XTU is not 3 seconds but 0.00.....96... seconds (the lowest value). Is this normal? Why?
     
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    how long do you want it? Isn't it just to provide enough power for applications and then drops down immediately. It's not a constant, maintainable value.
     
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    It's not that i want it different, but the Default profile from Intel XTU has it as a 3 seconds value. I am just curios why it's different on Surface.
     
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    Yes, I believe it's normal. 9.1 mm thick and SDP is the reason why. Overall performance is better with a i5/i7 U series part running in SDP mode than it would be with the lower powered i5/i7 Y series part in a 9.1mm thick form factor.
     

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