|04 Nov 2009||#5|
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I'm not sure what all you are wanting to control or what programs may allow this, but you can also usually set performance settings in the BIOS as well. Do this only if you are comfortable in the BIOS though.
In Power Options, you can set limits on your processor performance state as well.
Hope this helps some,
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