Done, I made it a darker grey. :biggrin:Great job chilly, one possible suggestions is another colour for the text above the pictures thats a tough read even for us young guys with not as bad eye sight as the ol'wise ones around here.
Who names their cat "SpeedStep"?? :rofl:obligatory lolcat picture
I suggest you re-read the post again, I answer the "should you disable it or leave it on" in the "leave it on or off" section :haha:. But yes your correct, all SpeedStep does is power down your chip when its not needed/not in use. Once you re-read the part about leaving it on or off, and if you decide to turn it off, there are 2 ways to disable SpeedStep. The easiest way is through software.Ok so i read your post
very informative ! If i understood it lol speed step powers down my chip when nnot needed ???
But is this a really good thing?
Should i disable speedstep or leave it alone?
and if i do disable it , How do i disable it ?
You are doing nothing wrong, voltage drop during idle periods while the multiplier is dropped is a feature of SpeedStep, but one I've never seen implemented outside of laptops.Am I doing something wrong?
Is this safe?