Turbo Boost?

darkest.white

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Well considering it is a full version. Of windows and it is an i5, I would say it most certainly SHOULD, however, no one knows for certain until we can get our hands on one. But I don't see why not, unless they went out of their way to make sure it doesn't work, because after all it is still a tablet, and heating could potentially be an issue. But turbo boost should monitor that still :p so that sir, is my answer
 

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I hope so, but even if not, it supposedly still packs enough power to handle raw 6k video. So with or without Turbo Boost, it should pack more than enough power to power you through whatever it is you desire. Unless of course Panos was fibbing...
 

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I know many new PCs and Macs, even with i5s, have turbo boost. I was wondering if the Pro 2 had this. Anyone know?

I have the Surface Pro 2, and it uses Turbo Boost to get from 1.6GHz to 2.3GHz (or 2.7GHz in my task manager) when needed. No lack of power there mate
 

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