HI, I have a Dell laptop model-VOSTRO 15 3000 Series, Intel(R) core(TM) i5-8250U 8th gen, Ram 8gb ,Rom 1 Tb, AMD Radeon 520,

Jul 10, 2018
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In Fact Of Windows 10 and INTEL Core i5, My processor speed is only 1.60 GHZ.Please Suggest Me What Should I do now to increase my speed:pfff:.
 

jaguarskx

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Intel CPUs has something called turbo boost that will increase the speed of the CPU if there is a demand for it and if the CPU's temperature is below a certain level (something that Intel sets). While the i5-8250u CPU can achieve up to a max speed of 3.4GHz (when only one core is used), that is only for a short period of time.

Reviews have stated that under a constant heavy load the sustained max speed is around 2.4GHz. The i5-8250u is a "u" model CPU. The "u" stands for ultra low voltage which means laptops with "u" model CPUs have small heatsinks since the CPUs are not designed to generate a lot of heat. One way to prevent the CPU from generating too much heat is by limiting the clockspeed.

If you want a laptop that can sustain higher max clockspeeds, then you need to look at "HQ" model CPUs which will have larger and heavier heatsinks to dissipate the heat.
 

Scottray

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Your laptop is running as intended. The base frequency for the i5-8250U is 1.6 GHz. Under load, the CPU will go up to the max turbo frequency of 3.4GHz. This is all done automatically by Windows and the CPU.
 

jaguarskx

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Intel CPUs has something called turbo boost that will increase the speed of the CPU if there is a demand for it and if the CPU's temperature is below a certain level (something that Intel sets). While the i5-8250u CPU can achieve up to a max speed of 3.4GHz (when only one core is used), that is only for a short period of time.

Reviews have stated that under a constant heavy load the sustained max speed is around 2.4GHz. The i5-8250u is a "u" model CPU. The "u" stands for ultra low voltage which means laptops with "u" model CPUs have small heatsinks since the CPUs are not designed to generate a lot of heat. One way to prevent the CPU from generating too much heat is by limiting the clockspeed.

If you want a laptop that can sustain higher max clockspeeds, then you need to look at "HQ" model CPUs which will have larger and heavier heatsinks to dissipate the heat.
 
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