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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!!


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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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