How to show hidden CPU boost mode without the regedit trick #
How to show Processor performance boost mode in the power plan settings? #
This allows disabling boost without regedit
– Run cmd as administrator:
powercfg -attributes sub_processor perfboostmode -attrib_hide
powercfg -attributes sub_processor perfboostmode +attrib_hide
– Configure it in your preferred power plan:
Control Panel/Power Options/Change Plan Settings/Change advanced power settings/Processor power management/Processor performance boost mode
While Disabled (Default: Aggressive) your thermals will improve drastically whith minimal (CPU intensive games) or zero performance lost.
If you dont want to completely disable it use Efficient Aggressive.
How to show System cooling policy in the power plan settings? #
(this should be visible by default, but upgrading windows might hide it)
powercfg -attributes sub_processor syscoolpol -attrib_hide
powercfg -attributes sub_processor syscoolpol +attrib_hide