Solved I3 processor and Windows 7 Tags: CPUs Windows 7 Processors Last response: September 29, 2010 7:26 AM in CPUs Share wilster98 September 21, 2010 6:12:05 AM I have a Toshiba A505 laptop with Windows 7 Premium 64. It has an Intel i3 processor. I heard somewhere that you can configure the processor in Windows to boost power when needed (such as during start up). Is that the case, and if so, How. Thanks Willy More about : processor windows Best solution Herr_Koos a b à CPUs a b $ Windows 7 September 21, 2010 7:04:46 AM If you are referring to Intel's Turbo feature, the processor does this automatically, it is not a Windows setting. However, to my knowledge none of the i3 models support Turbo. Read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turbo_Boost Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumDownload c language for windows 7 64bit and i3 processor ForumDownload c language for windows 7 64bit and i3 processor ForumCan i install 32 bit os on windows7 64 bit os i3 processor ForumHow to install gta 4 on windows 7 i3 processor ForumSony vaio driver download for windows 7 home basic 64bit i3 processor ForumDownload c language for windows 7 64bit and i3 processor ForumOracle software supports in windows 7 and i3 processor ForumHow can i load xp on windows 7 machine with processor i3 ForumDoes java runs on i3 processor with windows7 ForumOracle for i3 processor window 7 support ForumDownload c language for windows 7 64bit and i3 processor ForumDoes AutoCAD 2010 is compatible with windows 7 and i3 processor ? ForumHow to install windows 7 64 bit on i3 processor ForumHow to install windows xp in sony vaio i3 processor ForumMemory required for bitdefender in windows 7 with intel core i3 processor ForumPSU Help ForumProcessor for Windows 7 64-bit ForumIs celeron 900 2 2Ghz processor suitable for windows 7 ForumIs i7 processor supports windows server? ForumCan we install windows 2003 server on i5 750 processor More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !