Windows 10 enables the processor to change C states incredibly rapidly, much faster than Windows 8 and earlier allowed, so there is no performance detriment in allowing the CPU to clock down.
If that is the case why have a high performance power plan in windows and set the cpu 100% if it does not do that.
I also have a windows 10 laptop with a amd A10 9600p which performs how I expect, I select high performance power plan and the processor stays at 100%
My old desktop that I had before upgrading with a Athlon ii X4 641 again windows 10 behaved as expected power plan,high performance = cpu always running at 100%.
I have been on many forums now and nobody seems to have a answer for me. I'm asking everywhere incase a have a component anywhere that is faulty that is why I'm trying to get to the bottom off this.
I would expect setting minimum processor to 100% for the cpu to idle at its full clock speed but this one isn't.