Hey everyone, I've spent the past few days getting Windows 7 up and running my new 2012 air (13/i7/8/256). For the most part, the process was painless, as the new SSDs cut down installation time to just a few minutes. However I was disappointed to find that the reports of turbo boost being disabled under windows were true, in addition to the VRAM allocation being stuck at 64mb. Temporarily, I found that using ThrottleStop 5.0 (Beta - adds support for ivy bridge processors), allows me to force the CPU to turbo boost. Any ideas on a temporary fix for the VRAM allocation issue? Considering you can't access the BIOS (at least safely), is there maybe a registry key you could edit to bump it to 512mb (proper allocation)? One other option I have considered was installing the generic HD 4000 drivers from Intels website, but I am unsure if that would fix the issues or create more problems by replacing the specialized bootcamp drivers apple supplies. Any feedback appreciated.