Can you upgrade the version of ThrottleStop you are using? I forgot that TS 8.40 does not correctly report the 7th Gen CPUs.https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0dpSo9k93jDZHZZQVBkREh2dGM/view?usp=sharing
If you want ThrottleStop to help, you need to click on the Turn On button to take it out of Monitoring mode and put it into active mode so it can actively try to adjust your CPU.
The main screen of ThrottleStop shows that the Set Multiplier value is adjusted to 29. In the FIVR window, adjust the Non Turbo Ratio to 0 and then come back to the main screen and adjust the Set Multiplier value to its maximum. I am pretty sure this is why your multiplier is max at 29. Post a screen shot of the new version of ThrottleStop while it is in the middle of running a single thread of the TS Bench so there is a load on the CPU.
The 44 multiplier might be too high. If the higher multipliers start working, your computer might crash if you immediately go up to 44.