Undervolting: Setting the autostart settings

Now that we’ve found stable voltages on both the highest and lowest clock frequency, we can set our auto start settings.

Firstly you should see if everything in your PST list is correct.
It should look like this.

Now you check the alternatives “Start minimized to tray” and “Run Automatically at Startup” in the “General” tab.

Your undervolting is now complete! Let’s see what we have gained.

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I think it’s worth it. The stock voltage is generally overly cautious to ensure all CPU’s work reliably. However depending on the silicon lottery, lots of CPUs will run at a lower voltage, whilst still maintaining performance. Mine is a desktop, but I still shaved of 0.14v from the stock voltage (1.0v) of my Xeon and it dropped a few degrees when pushed hard. 0xc00000e9 So in a laptop it will definitely be worth it, with the caveat that it depends on the silicon, so some CPUs will accept lower voltage and some won’t, so make sure you thoroughly check… Läs hela »