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Originally Posted by cesarlalp;15300556 
or with this can run good in linux?

http://maketecheasier.com/how-to-control-your-cpu-frequency-in-ubuntu/2009/04/10

Yes that should do just fine...used it before, enjoy smile.gif
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i need know how do and where in linux and what is of the 2 better....
    
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This great utility works pretty well for me on my Athlon II X4 630, except I can't work out what settings to use to keep it in P3 when I'm not doing much.

At the moment it's constantly switching between P3 and P2, with some jumps to P0, when my cores are around 25-35% (Total CPU <40%). I've got PhenomMSRTweaker set to Ganged, Sampling Interval - 50, Load Thresholds 50 & 20, Consecutive Samples 2 & 8, Aggressive Up disabled.

I've just tried changing the Load Thresholds to 66 & 66 but that hasn't really helped. Ideally I'd like it to only step up if all 4 cores are at say 80%, or one core is at 80%.
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So far everything is working great. I was looking for something like this. I love having my pc overclocked, but it's not always necessary to run at 100%.
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post #145 of 146
Greetings.

I have two questions.

1. Is the tool still being actively supported? Given that it hasn't been updated in over a year, I'm assuming the answer is no.

2. The AM2 mainboard in my sig is capable of having Vcore and Vnb manipulated independently, but unfortunately PMT doesn't honor the independent controls and uses Vnb value to control Vcore as well.

Is there a reason for this and is there any way to get both controls working on their own for the board?

Thanks and Cheers.
post #146 of 146
Can i go more then Multiplier 11 on my Phenom 9500 x4? :/
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