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SubjectRe: cpufreq on athlon4
Hi!

> > Documentation/cpufreq should probably be renamed to Doc*/cpufreq.txt.
>
> agreed.
>
> > powernow: cpuid: 0x761 fsb: 100 maxFID: 0xc startvid: 0xc
> > powernow: FID: 0x10 (3.0x [300MHz]) VID: 0xc (1.400V)
> > powernow: FID: 0x4 (5.0x [500MHz]) VID: 0xc (1.400V)
> > powernow: FID: 0x6 (6.0x [600MHz]) VID: 0xc (1.400V)
> > powernow: FID: 0x8 (7.0x [700MHz]) VID: 0xc (1.400V)
> > powernow: FID: 0xc (9.0x [900MHz]) VID: 0xc (1.400V)
> >
> > First it claims it can scale voltage, then I see I can only use
> > 1.4V. Too bad for me (and my batteries ;-)...
>
> Some laptops have *really* crap PST tables. For the majority, they are
> quite sane. I'm collecting model names/numbers to feed back to AMD
> so they can go beat up vendors.

Its HP omnibook xe3.

> Its likely at some point I'll implement a way to override using
> the BIOS table too.

So you think that in fact I should be able to run at lower
voltage?

Pavel
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