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Old 02-13-2008, 10:09 PM   #1
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CPU freq driver

Hi All,
I wanted to do CPU frequency scaling. however I am using VIA PC3500G motherboard C7 serial processor and hence was not able to load longhaul driver and any other drivers. I am finding difficult to search for bus to core ratio in BIOS setting. There were some AGP, VLINE option, which I tried, but I dont think, that is related to Cpu freq scaling. Is there any driver, I can insmod in C7 serial processor in pc3500G. Let me know, where to find core to bus ratio in kernel or BIOS settings. Or is there any linux package, I can use to adjust the bus to core ratio.


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