[mythtv-users] Dynamic Clocking and stuttering
allen.p.edwards at gmail.com
Thu Dec 25 06:57:59 UTC 2008
How do you change the switch points? I want it to go to 2.8 GHz when there
is basically anything above idle, say 10%? It can then switch back to
1GHz when it goes idle. Basically I just want to have a low power mode when
we are not using the thing, but not have it go to full sleep mode. Fast to
increase clock, slow to decrease it would be ideal.
On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 10:21 PM, John Andrunas <john at andrunas.net> wrote:
> I think that by default powernowd doesn't switch up until it hits 80% cpu,
> and switches down at <20% CPU, I changed mine to switch at 60% so that I
> don't get hit by spikes as bad. I still see it from time to time, but it is
> usually very transient .
> On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 9:43 PM, Michael T. Dean <mtdean at thirdcontact.com>wrote:
>> On 12/24/2008 03:39 PM, Allen Edwards wrote:
>> > I enabled dynamic clocking on my AMD 5400+ FE-BE and see that the CPU
>> > goes down to 1000 most of the time. Great! Except my wife has been
>> > complaining about the program stuttering. I saw it this morning and
>> > it is similar to what I see on my 2.4G-P4 FE. The show will stutter
>> > but if you exit the show and re-enter on the bookmark, all is fine.
>> > Before I just get rid of dynamic clocking, I thought I would see if
>> > anyone on the list could add any insight.
>> > I searched the archives back to April and didn't see anything there
>> > either. Nothing on Google on stuttering and dynamic clocking and I
>> > didn't have luck with other searches either.
>> Different governor. (And, no, I'm not talking state politics.)
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