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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/2] cpufreq: ondemand: Eliminate the deadband effect
Hi Doug,

On 12/07/2014 06:45 μμ, Doug Smythies wrote:
> On 2014.07.30 10:00 Stratos Karafotis wrote:
>> This patchset changes slightly the calculation of target frequency to
>> eliminate the deadband effect (explained in patch 2 changelog) that it
>> seems to slow down the CPU in low and medium loads.
>> Patch 1 introduces a new relation (RELATION_C) for the next frequency
>> selection, which chooses the closest frequency to target.
>> Patch 2 is the actual change to ondemand governor.
>> You may find graphs with the 'deadband' effect and benchmark results:
> I did the same benchmark tests before (without) and after (with) this patch set on my i7-2600K system.
> I added the results, which are similar to Stratos', under a new "benchmark" tab on the spreadsheet.

Thank you very much for your benchmarks!

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