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SubjectRe: CPU frequency shifting "problems"
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Linus Torvalds <torvalds@transmeta.com> writes:

> What does exist is the bus clock (well, a multiple of it, but you get the
> idea), and that one is stable. I bet PCI devices don't like to be randomly
> driven at frequencies "somewhere between 12 and 33MHz" depending on load ;)

I doubt they would like it but it is perfectly legal (PCI spec..) to
vary the pci clock, depending upon load.


Eric
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