My machine is AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1100T Processor. I need to set different CPU frequency for different cores in my work. I read the "BIOS and Kernel Developer's Guide" manual and found I can achieve this by setting P-states correspondingly. So here is what I did, all the operations are performed for CPU0:
First I wrote 3 to MSRC001_0062, indicating the P-state is 3.
Then I set MSRC001_0067, which specify the register frequency and voltage of P-state 3. I particularly set bit 8:6(CpuDid) to 1 while keeping other fields unchanged. According to the formular:
CPU COF = 100 MHz * (CpuFid + 10h) / (2^CpuDid)
Now I should be able to lower CPU's frequency to a half of the old value, but when I checked /proc/cpuinfo, the frequency was still the original value.
Did I perform sth wrong ? Can anyone give me some ideas? I am really lost now....
A lot of thanks !!!!!!
No idea what this question is doing in OpenCL catagory. Moving to general category.