Originally Posted by Thunder_PC
Always On = full intended frequency, portable/laptop = dynamic throttle.
You can also use a utility like RMClock to adjust some of the settings, but as long as you don't fool with program priorities, the throttling will work as intended on 99% of programs ran... you shouldn't even notice it throttling.
I use RMclock and leave it throttling 100% of the time on AC or batteries, and I cant even tell. I play WoW for 6 hours or more at a time sometimes and dont notice a difference in game performance. I
RMclock. Before I used RMclock I sware to God Powernow! didnt throttle at ALL, just sat at 800 mhz no matter what I did. RMclock also has alot better control of throttling than Powernow!.