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SubjectRe: Intel Speedstep technology switch
On Sun, Apr 21, 2002 at 07:49:30AM -0400, Arjan van de Ven wrote:
> We're getting close. Right now AMD K6+, K7 PowerNOW
> (AMD speak for Speedstep) is supported, as well as Cyrix cpus. Intel
> is lagging a bit due to Intel not giving
> specs; but the reverse engineering is making progress on this part.

Yup, Dominik Brodowski has done quite a bit of work recently, and is
'almost there' with the newer style of speedstep. (The one used in ICH
chipsets), the older BX chipset style of speedstep still needs some
thinking.

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