How to Undervolt Your CPU with Throttlestop in Windows

The more strenuous the tasks you carry out on your PC the more your CPU processor will heat up. This becomes particularly noticeable during gaming or heavyweight video-editing but your CPU may be prone to overheating anyway if it8217s poorly ventilated or the thermal paste on the CPU has worn out. Luckily there8217s a borderline-miraculous tool that can reduce high temperatures and reduce power usage by a process called 8220undervolting.8221 It8217s called Throttlestop and this article shows you how to use it to undervolt your CPU. Note if you8217re unsure about whether your CPU temperatures are too hot read our guide on how to monitor8230 Read more.


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