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  1. Thank you very much ! Happy for the thread to be closed. cheers
  2. Hi Olegin, thank you for your reply. So dynamic scaling doesn't exist for powersave/performance governos. i.e. the CPU will always run at the fixed frequency when its in those modes. Is my understanding correct ? I am not too fussed about HW transcoding at the moment, so I will revert to 3617xs and DSM 6.2 if that is the case.
  3. My bad. its @Polanskimanwho has the same MB and not @Olegin. Sorry about the confusion, but any advice is welcome.
  4. Hi, I have read through most of the threads on CPU power throttling and am still not sure I have a proper solution to reduce CPU dynamic scaling. I can only use the following governors (powersave/performance) - which as someone pointed out, are the only ones available with intel_pstates. However, when I choose either of them, my CPU is stuck at 3.4Ghz (performance) or 800Mhz (powersave) without any dynamic scaling or boost. Specs HW: CPU: Xeon E3 1245 v3, MB: Gigabyte H97N WiFi, RAM: 16GB - 2x8GB 1600Mhz I am using 1.04b bootloader and running DSM 6.2.1 - 23824 update 6 on DS918+ Xpenology. @Olegin I believe you have the same motherboard. Is there anything specific that I need to do in the bios to enable the dynamic scaling ? Really appreciate any assistance in advance.