Quote: Originally Posted by jjthenovice
Quote: Originally Posted by Sanvean
Actually it is enabled in the bios, talks directly to the chip, the driver in Windows 7 (my understanding is the gadget) is there but not turned on by default. Sorry to get back to you late, installing new case fans & rewiring (hiding case cables).
No worries... I believe this driver is intended for an onboard Intel Graphics GPU. Mine has a Nvidia 310M so it's a mute point.
The intel Turbo Technology should be included in your processor i7 specs and not the GPU. Maybe go in your "Devices Manager" and look under the "Processor Tab" and see under "Pilote Tab" what is listed.
Just in case have look when you update the pilote if it change something, if the intel Turbo boost driver load or if it looks after an .INF file....It might not have load properly after your fresh install of Win 7.