Did you also over-provision the SSD also?
My biggest question is, after all non-essential services have been disabled, does it result in a stable system?
Also, have you tried overclocking your CPU, disabling all but 1 core?
Or failing that, disable all but two cores & run AS-SSD allocated to only a single core?
Also, with all power states disabled, what’s the increase in your PC’s usage/power bill?[/QUOTE]
Stable after disabling services - for running AS SSD yes, for day to day use I’ve never tried but I suspect not
I’ve not tried disabling cores. I have heard of people running something like Prime95 on one core during a bench run as an alternative to engaging the high performance plan and/or disabling C States.