How to enable Intel Turbo boost on Windows 10


If you are someone who is looking to enable Intel Turbo boost on Windows 10, you are the right place.

Because in this article, we are going to tell you the step-by-step procedure on how to enable Intel Turbo boost on Windows 10.

It is worth noting that Intel Turbo Boost is a technology or a feature given by Intel on its latest CPUs in order to increase the frequency of processor which is a process also known as overclocking.

What is Intel Turbo Boost on Windows 10?

We gave you a brief idea of what Intel Turbo Boost is but for those who are interested in knowing what it does exactly, we have a detailed explanation.

Basically, Intel Turbo Boost increases the frequency at which the processor works on PCs so that it gives better performance but for a limited time period.

This is different from overclocking because with overclocking, we can increase the CPU frequency for unlimited time period.

However, Intel Turbo boost will increase the frequency for a shorter time period to give you a boost in performance.

There are a few requirements that need to be fulfiled for Intel Turbo boost to work. Your PC needs to be operating in specific conditions of TDP or thermal design power for Intel Turbo Boost to run freely.

This is also a requirement set by Intel so that the CPU does not overheat and throttle performance or cause any damage to the PC in long term.

Also, there is no set frequency which Intel Turbo Boost sets when it is enabled. Rather, the frequency range varies according to the usage, environment, hardware and other factors. Because you do not need Intel Turbo Boost when your PC is not doing anything or on sleep mode.

How to enable Intel Turbo Boost on Windows 10?

Thankfully, Intel enables the Turbo Boost feature by default on all the supported CPUs and you do not need to worry about manually enabling/disabling the feature on your PC.

However, it is worth noting that you can manually enable or disable the Intel Turbo Boost feature if you so wish by going to the BIOS and tweaking a few things.

  • To enter BIOS, you need to go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Advanced Startup and click on Restart Now.
  • This will restart your computer into Recovery mode.
  • From this screen, go to Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > UEFI Firmware Settings.
  • This will take you to the BIOS screen on your PC.
  • From here, navigate to the Intel Turbo Boost technology option which will be under the CPU/processor configuration screen.
  • You will see the Intel Turbo Boost enabled by default. If not, you can tick on enable and the Intel Turbo Boost will be enabled for your PC.
  • Save the changes and reboot your PC for changes to take effect.

This is how you will be able to enable Intel Turbo boost on Windows 10 and take advantage of better processing power for a specific period of time.

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