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SubjectRe: Who ate my BogoMIPS?!
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A similar issue here that has cropped up with a few laptops I've
tried: The measured BogoMIPS and CPU clock speed varies from boot to
boot.

The machines are all Compaq Armada M700's, all models are PIII-500,
PIII-600, PIII-650, PIII-700 and PIII-750's. Any one of these models
will be randomly detected as having any speed that is either a)
correct or b) of any model below it.

It has always been tried on a kernel with APM, 2.2.14-17. If anyone
wants more info, feel free to ask for moer info.

cheers,
Alexander

Bernd Kischnick <kisch@mindless.com> writes:

> I'm sure I missed some redefinition,
> but lately I noticed that the BogoMIPS count
> for my PowerMac has dropped rather significantly.
>
> My logs still show kernel 2.4.0-test6 at 166.30 BogoMIPS ---
> and now there are only 14.23 left! (since -test7)
>
> CPU showing signs of age?
> Should I invest in a new computer?
> By the way, has someone tested Linux on Apple's cube? ;-)
>
> - Bernd
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