|17 Feb 2012||#5|
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Heh some people seem to think so but it's kind of ridiculous, the cores will unpark in a picosecond when needed. Same with turning off the speed step or other variable clocking mechanisms that also save power and heat. The CPU will hit full speed /instantly/ when needed.
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