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SubjectRe: Slower CPU frequency reported by the kernel
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> it's seems that the cpu freq scaling depends on a user space tool.
> Could you tell me how I can find if there're such tools installed on
> my computer ?

it may be userspace, or you may be using the "ondemand" governer. If you
have the userspace tool it's often called "cpuspeed", but it depends on
your distro.

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