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SubjectRe: CPU throttling??
On Mon, Feb 03, 2003 at 04:55:13PM +0000, Seamus wrote:

> Would it be possible to throttle cpu when machine is in idle mode in
> Linux? or is it purely a BIOS and motherboard functionality.
>
> As you know some modern laptops in order to save power, throttle cpu
> (lower the cpu clock cycles per sec) when in idle mode.

ACPI does this, CPUFreq does this, and if you're really lucky,
there are some APM implementations that do it.

Dave

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