Question Does changing "Turbo Boost Short Power Max" damage a CPU in a Dell Precision T5810?

guymarshall

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I have a T5810 that was being thrown away before I got it with a Xeon E5 1650 V3 installed and noticed in XTU that the turbo boost short power max was adjustable when this processor on this motherboard is locked. Will increasing this number increase performance and will it fry the chip/motherboard? I am wary of using the slider, I have increased the boost time window and that doesn't seem to change much.

Does anybody know if changing this slider (or just the standard turbo boost power max slider) will increase performance, or if it will fry any components. Thanks in advance :)

My current view from the software: View: https://imgur.com/a/mEvq5bx
 

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