Intel CPUs use a function called Speedstep. It changes the frenquencies due to how much load the processors have.If you're looking to disable the function, you can edit it through your computer's BIOS which can be accessed during startup.Try disabling the function and see if it changes, all it will really do is use more power, so mind your bills. Anyway, see if disabling speedstep will change anything performance wise.If you're feeling tech savvy you can overclock your machine to run at the highest rate, but be warned it could lead to some computer failures/over heating.
I was gonna suggest seeing if the graphics could be lowered in-game if they hadn't already.. but this is a better suggestion
1.5 years of tech support has taught me two things:Computersand that I hate everybody.
Bless your heart, you were one of those unfortunate souls.
"I deleted the icon for internet explorer, how do I reinstall it?"
May I suggest you get some more RAM? D: my phone has more than that lol
Haha nice XD, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand the option in BIOS , i dezactivate it , mhhm and looks like Hyper-Threading it's disabled too now , and the processor is back to it's original 2.80 Ghz, but the bad thing is , The processor's frequency will get higher every time it has more load , currently with Mozzila firefox and x2 EpicPW elemt opened my processor went to 4.14 Ghz >_> , cant't do much , but it's not working in slow motion like when i played EPW this morning , everything is moving great , i can cast IonSpike before i'm killed LoL. Thx Tali :smiley: :smiley: .