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[[File:820-00165 battery throttling.jpg|left|thumb|663x663px|820-00165 throttling due to bad battery (same with no battery).]]
 
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[[File:thermal throttling.jpg|left|thumb|663x663px|820-00165 throttling due to high CPU usage (Prime95 torture test). The start of the graph is normal behavior when using programs.]]

Revision as of 20:49, 20 January 2021

Throttling (arbitrary frequency limitation of the CPU) happens when a sensor is reading bad, a bad battery is used or battery is absent. The machine becomes slow but not always totally unusable. Youtube video playback can become choppy at higher resolutions, moving cursor halts video, etc... The CPU temperature won't go up in most cases (and the fan will stay quite low).

  • To find missing sensors, use ASD and decode here : sensors codes or use AHT/AD, not as specific.)

The following example is a 820-00165 (MBA 13" 2017 i7) with prime95 torture test starting in the middle of the graph.

820-00165 throttling due to bad battery (same with no battery).


820-00165 throttling due to high CPU usage (Prime95 torture test). The start of the graph is normal behavior when using programs.