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  • MastaG
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    If you have a AMD CPU with 3D v-cache on half of the cores, like a 7950X3D for example.
    It would be cool if you could tell the pstate driver, the cores with 3D v-cache should be the preferred ones, with the highest clocking cores getting a higher priority.

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  • Pranos
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    Hopefull for 6.11 - the next LTS.

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  • AMD P-State Linux Patches Updated For Heterogeneous CPUs

    Phoronix: AMD P-State Linux Patches Updated For Heterogeneous CPUs

    Last month AMD Linux engineers posted ap atch series for better handling heterogeneous core type CPUs. This is for enhancing the P-State CPU frequency scaling on CPUs featuring a mix of conventional cores and efficiency cores, e.g. Zen 4 and Zen 4C. A third iteration of these patches were posted today...

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