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Oh, that's interesting. I'd never heard of cpupowerd.
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I wonder can you use it just to monior voltages? I like to have something that does that and I don't seem to get the voltage sensors in lmsensors like I have on other boards.
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I guess you can, its not real time tho. When I first boot up, open a terminal and run cpupowerd I get the voltage reading of 1.4000 (Cool & Quiet disable, so its locked on full power).

If I wanted to check voltage for any reason at all, I just run the following code in a terminal to check cpu speed and voltage.

sudo cpupowerd -s

To change Vcore under cpupowerd, use this: Use

sudo cpupowerd -V "0|1.175"
<--- 1.175 meaning CPU voltage. Use your own value.

You can also change CPU frequency in cpupowerd also:

sudo cpupowerd -F "0|2000" <--- 2000 meaning CPU speed. It should list a few different available frequencies.
Mine was 1000, 1800, 2000. I've tried using 2200 and up but that doesn't work
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I guess you can, its not real time tho. When I first boot up, open a terminal and run cpupowerd I get the voltage reading of 1.4000 (Cool & Quiet disable, so its locked on full power).

If I wanted to check voltage for any reason at all, I just run the following code in a terminal to check cpu speed and voltage.

sudo cpupowerd -s

To change Vcore under cpupowerd, use this: Use

sudo cpupowerd -V "0|1.175"
<--- 1.175 meaning CPU voltage. Use your own value.

You can also change CPU frequency in cpupowerd also:

sudo cpupowerd -F "0|2000" <--- 2000 meaning CPU speed. It should list a few different available frequencies.
Mine was 1000, 1800, 2000. I've tried using 2200 and up but that doesn't work
sounds like a tool to help noobs kill their systems faster and blame linux for it
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You can do the same thing in Windows.

- A64 Tweaker
- Systool
- CrystalCPU

All have some sort of voltage / over-clocking ability. Every single program I've used has some sort of limitation (my system does anyways) on how high you can over-volt /over-clock.

If you view the README for cpupowerd, you'll see the max voltages you can go. For example: If I type in // sudo cpupowerd -V "0|2.000" It would give me an error message saying that this setting is beyond the limitation and uses the default vcore.

With that being said, CPUPOWERD is n00b friendly
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