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You are looking at the chipset rather than the actual processor. The chipset is the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) through which the processor talks to SATA disks, PCI and PCIe devices and a multitude of other things. Intel have long had their own line of ethernet chips and controllers, integrating one into the PCH is not surprising at all. I personally have ...


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Please go into the BIOS and confirm that CPC (Collaborative Power Control) is disabled. When CPC is disabled intel_pstate will be used instead by the operating system to control power management.


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