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7 Responses

  1. Scott Wolf says:

    Unfortunately after the last command sudo ./corefreqd the terminal displays:

    [email protected] ~/CoreFreq $ sudo ./corefreqd
    CoreFreq Daemon.  Copyright (C) 2015-2017 CYRIL INGENIERIE

    Nothing else, no prompt, no GUI, no result, just waits, until you exit the terminal.

    System Specs:
    Linux Mint 18.1 Serena
    Kernel: x86_64 Linux 4.10.0-22-generic
    Uptime: 3d 17h 24m
    Shell: bash 4.3.48
    Resolution: 3200×900
    DE: Mate
    WM: Compiz
    Theme: Crux
    CPU: Intel Core i5-6600K CPU @ 3.9GHz
    GPU: Gallium 0.4 on AMD PITCAIRN (DRM 2.49.0 / 4.10.0-22-generic, LLVM 4.0.0)
    RAM: 5939MiB / 7776MiB

  2. Daest says:

    Very nice, I just wonder how can I measure in real time the Vcore and Temps, since I have an AMD 8320e Cpu OC to @4.4 GHz, my Asus motherboard can show me everything from the “Asus AI Suite app” in Windows.

    But in Linux is kind of hard for me to get accurate measurements from the voltages and temps. Anyway thanks for the article.

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