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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by Bottomsup, Jun 22, 2013.
i want to see how the CPU is boosting up as I do various things on my machine.
There is currently no way to do this on Mac OS X.
There actually is if you're running a Core i Series processor: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-power-gadget-20
what a shame i know its something simple and silly but windows comes with a app as standard.......
you would think the mac boys would of made one by now......
No, it is not simple. That's the reason why Intel wrote a tool for this task.
I can see the Turbo Boost frequencies in Windows where!? Which application?
Does not work, only supports 2nd gen I-core
edit it seems to say or later but mine is 4th gen and it is not working it is telling me this??? does it not support HASWELL
I guess it doesn't. It works fine with the 2012 i5/i7, so it must need an update.
Btw, the Windows version of this utility has the same problem (no Haswell support).
i had a windows laptop with a i-core cpu and windows 7 i think it was and it had a tubro boots widget like on the side bar just came turned on, must of been the first time we had turboboost to show it off, i think it was the first time the cpu you had a intergraded GPU.....everytime i did something intense it tubroboosted, i had an i5 think it was 2nd gen might even of been a first gen i-core....