Powernowd & Centrino Core Duo

Joan Tur joantur at cancullet.org
Thu Apr 27 22:26:47 UTC 2006


Es Dijous, 27 de Abril de 2006 14:43, en wescb va escriure:
| Thanks Joan, that did stop the scaling error from appearing. And now the
| CPU runs (properly?) at full speed when plugged into AC and then scales
| both cores when on battery. This also stopped my fan from running
| constantly.
With Centrino speedstep support (module speedstep-centrino loaded) and 
powernowd 0.97 from SID (or cpudynd or ondemand kernel feature) running you'd 
always be at minimum speed unless the system needs power (you say it's at 
full speed when on AC and minimum speed when on battery)...

If you're running gnome try adding the cpu frequency applet twice, then 
setting the one on the left to monitor CPU 0, and the one on the right to 
monitor CPU 1...

| Thanks again,
| Wes
You're welcome  ;)

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