Question mi i5 9600 just run 4.3 ghz how to make max performance to 4.6ghz

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how to make max performance to 4.6ghz

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/134900/intel-core-i5-9600-processor-9m-cache-up-to-4-60-ghz.html

Your turbo boost is 4.6 GHz...

Only when one core is used you can reach 4.6GHz...
Your CPU is Power limited ( TDP... thermal design power), when only one core is being used (usually during normal windows operation) you can boost to 4.6GHz, when more cores are used the clock speed goes down, because its sending more power to other cores.

Simply put you cannot decide when what clock speed is being used.
The CPU that can be clocked/under-clocked by users are with "K" in the end... meaning Unlocked, but for that you need motherboard with Z chipset as well.
 
A Z370/390 mainboard can do it by specifying the higher all-core turbo scheme for all 6 cores active, either in the BIOS, or by enabling MCE and disabling power budget limits in the BIOS on mainboards that support it. (One needs good cooling and adequately powered/decent quality VRM circuitry to sustain it..)
 
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https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/134900/intel-core-i5-9600-processor-9m-cache-up-to-4-60-ghz.html

Your turbo boost is 4.6 GHz...

Only when one core is used you can reach 4.6GHz...
Your CPU is Power limited ( TDP... thermal design power), when only one core is being used (usually during normal windows operation) you can boost to 4.6GHz, when more cores are used the clock speed goes down, because its sending more power to other cores.

Simply put you cannot decide when what clock speed is being used.
The CPU that can be clocked/under-clocked by users are with "K" in the end... meaning Unlocked, but for that you need motherboard with Z chipset as well.
before me used i5 9600 im use i5 9400f and i get all core 3.89ghz
now my i5 9600 get 4.295mhz all core
 

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