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The following solved it for me....
 
To do it via the Power Options, right click the battery icon (or electrical plug icon) in the lower left corner of the screen, then...
 
1. Select a power plan and then click "Change plan settings"
 
2. Click "Change Advanced Power Settings"
 
3. Look for "Processor power management" and expand it
 
4. Expand "Maximum processor state"
 
You can now enter the percentage usage of the CPU while on battery and plugged in.
 
Note that it does not work the way you think it would work. Meaning if you set the CPU to 90% it will run at 90% of the stock clockspeed. No... it's not like that. For example, my i5-2410m has a stock speed of 2.3GHz. Turbo boost overclocks it to as high as 2.9GHz when stressed.
 
100% = Turbo Boost on.
 
99% = Turbo Boost off. CPU runs at 2.3GHz
 
78% - 98% = 1.796GHz
 
69% - 77% = 1.596GHz
 
60% - 68% = 1.397GHz
 
So you get the picture.

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Postagem original de: sumoboy66 ,

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To do it via the Power Options, right click the battery icon (or electrical plug icon) in the lower left corner of the screen, then...

1. Select a power plan and then click "Change plan settings"

2. Click "Change Advanced Power Settings"

3. Look for "Processor power management" and expand it

4. Expand "Maximum processor state"

You can now enter the percentage usage of the CPU while on battery and plugged in.

Note that it does not work the way you think it would work. Meaning if you set the CPU to 90% it will run at 90% of the stock clockspeed. No... it's not like that. For example, my i5-2410m has a stock speed of 2.3GHz. Turbo boost overclocks it to as high as 2.9GHz when stressed.

100% = Turbo Boost on.

99% = Turbo Boost off. CPU runs at 2.3GHz

78% - 98% = 1.796GHz

69% - 77% = 1.596GHz

60% - 68% = 1.397GHz

So you get the picture.

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