SarkiriAll you have demonstrated is that you don't understand what dynamic means and you only proven me right. Despite you setting everything to max, you still don't have max clockspeeds because the system overwrites them again. i'll show you how armory crate on maxed settings is supposed to look like.
Subway Surfer with X-Mode+, CPU clock never goes below 1.56GHZ (1555 MHz in CPU Float) when the game doesn't require that much clock speeds and generating unnecessary heat and draining battery.
Subway Surfer with Default Dynamic Profile running the game mostly on efficiency cores with low clock speeds and performance and super core at 710 Mhz and 844 Mhz but the game still runs very smoothly with low clock speeds.
Subway Surfer with my Dynamic Profile same as above but you can control the frequency of each CPU core and customize your own Dynamic profile depending on your needs.
BGMI with same Dynamic Profile, you can see the game using only the efficiency cores and peformance cores with random jumps in super core but it mostly stays at 845 MHz (844 in CPU Float). If you activate X-Mode+, Game Tuning Level 1, 2 or 3 then CPU gets locked at a certain frequency 2.26GHz Game Tuning Level 2 and 2.38GHz Game Tuning Level 3 and doesn't drop below that locked frequency even if your temperature goes above 50C.
Genshin Impact with same Dynamic Profile, you can see the performance cores (4, 5, 6) and Super Core (7) clock speed drop to 845 Mhz (844 in CPU Float) whenever I open a menu or look down.
With the dynamic profile it won't always use the highest clock speeds if the game doesn't require it and doesn't stay locked at a certain frequency generating unnecessary heat and draining your battery and you can customize your own dynamic profile and increase the CPU frequency of each cores depending on your needs. If you want higher clock speeds but want the CPU clocks to be dynamic you can increase the maximum clock speeds when the CPU reaches certain load, etc.
The dynamic profile I made in the video is not perfect as I had made it in a hurry, and the CPU clocks are actually lower than as seen on the videos. The reason I have higher clocks speeds in the video is because I am using the screen recorder at the same time which is increasing the CPU load and clock speeds.
DanishbluntWell you just proved that you don't know what you are talking about as well, You just locked all of your CPU clock to the highest frequency If you actually read what I wrote in my previous comments when I said "Dynamic" then you wouldn't be posting such nonsense as well.
There you go, that's how armory crate on "hardcore" settings is supposed to work.
DanishbluntStop embarrassing yourself further bro, maybe learn the word "Dynamic" in a dictionary and come back or learn how to read English.
All you have demonstrated is that you don't understand what dynamic means and you only proven me right. Despite you setting everything to max, you still don't have max clockspeeds because the system overwrites them again. i'll show you how armory crate on maxed settings is supposed to look like.