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Found the solution! The culprit was the Intel Graphics driver! I've updated it to the latest version several weeks ago. Uninstalling the driver solved the problem right away (even without a reboot)! I've then installed the old gfx driver offered by Windows Update and the problem remains still solved. 799 MHz at idle with balanced profile!!
The secondary label at the end of the volume is required by GPT; a disk without it is corrupted and may not be recognized by all systems. Using a corrupted format in order to gain a tiny amount of space, on a disk that's probably a few hundred gigabytes at least, doesn't make much sense. However, the actual GPT label is only about 68 kilobytes in size. ...
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