Trying to disable the EIST in my Core 2 Duo notebook to get the most performance. My CPU has been benchmarking lower or equal to a Core Duo T2700 in Cinebench 9.5 and ScienceMark. I was wondering if turning off EIST would help give me an edge. I rarely run off of battery so battery performance isn't an issue.
You could probably do it with some app....but why?
As long as your not overclocking; which is likely in a laptop, there is no advantage to disabling EIST. Really. As soon as you start an app, the speed will raise itself anyway. I'm assuming your running XP? Vista has an option to turn it off.