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  1. Sorry for the late reply. I don't have time to...

    Sorry for the late reply. I don't have time to go into details because I'm working on a different project. Good news is that my scripts are running stable for months now.

    Latest scripts can be...
  2. I used cpufreq, cpufreqd, and k10ctl, wrote some...

    I used cpufreq, cpufreqd, and k10ctl, wrote some scripts around it and have dynamic frequency scaling from anything between 800 and 4000 MHz.

    See this Youtube movie

    400 MHz is not stable and...
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    Difficult to say, because I have a RAID5 with 6...

    Difficult to say, because I have a RAID5 with 6 drives. I also have a switch connected to the UPS where I read the power consumption on. But if I do some calculations: idle with one drive around 50...
  4. Real dynamic frequency scaling?

    I did some more tests. Currently I'm collecting the bottom voltages of each frequency with Cool n Quiet (CnQ) enabled. I found out that CnQ can lockup the system if the voltage is incremented with...
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    I know this is a rather old thread, but I want to...

    I know this is a rather old thread, but I want to say: don't let the TDP values fool you. It doesn't say anything about idle power consumption.

    You can get a Phenom II X2 Black Edition processor...
  6. AMD Phenom II C3 frequency scaling under Linux

    Hi,

    This is my first post on Phoronix. A quick introduction: I'm running a home Linux server 24/7 with openSUSE. Recently I upgraded to a 965 BE (C3 stepping) processor and I'm trying to get the...
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