Tweaks To Extend The Battery Life Of Intel Linux Notebooks
Having RC6 enabled while running Nexuiz also led to an increase in power consumption by 20%. The other options (frame-buffer compression, LVDS down-clocking, and PCI-E ASPM) were of no benefit for this more demanding OpenGL Linux benchmark.
Enabling RC6 had boosted the performance for the Nexuiz test profile, for this test by 21%.
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The test results for this article are part of the 1108233-LI-INTELPOWE41 OpenBenchmarking.org result file.
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