When trying to compile software in linux with several parallel jobs (so all cores are utilized) the FX9830P CPU in this laptop drops its clocks to 2.20GHz on all 4 cores.
If I run compiling process with single thread the scaling doesn't drop, it is about or slightly above 3.5GHz.
I read other users have the same problem with this specific CPU in laptops from different manufacturers.
I've tried disabling PowerNow in BIOS, in that case I cannot see actual scaling frequencies in linux or change them, but the compiling process takes the same amount of time which means it still throttled to 2.20GHz.
As I understand this CPU supports configurable TDP in 25-45W range and CPU-Z utility in win10 reports it as 35W. Is there a way to increase it to 45W if the TDP is the actual cause of the throttling?
Note that I do not have overheating problems as temps are about 40-50°C when all cores are under full load.