I submitted this question to the email support but it was cut off by the character limit, apparently, so I figure I have no choice but to post it here.
This is a question received by Intel Software Network Support, along with responses supplied by a number of Intel engineers:
Where can I find the Intel Applied Computing System Firmware Library (ACSF) to download? It mentions it is free to download here:
Intel has several processors that support dynamic scaling of voltage and frequency. However, it is almost impossible to find the information regarding frequency ranges on different processors.
I'm trying to find the tail end mv (millivolt) values for the IA32_PERF_CTL register on a E6750 Core 2 Duo.
Greetings! The X38 datasheet does not contain the register definitions for any of the clock control/gearing registers. Where might a guy like me find that information?
I know this is probably the wrong place to ask, but where did all those cool articles go that used to be on the Intel site - are they archived anywhere?
I would like to write a program in C++ to downgrade CPU performance in desktop computer.
The purpose is to save power and cool system if necessary.
One technical question.
I know how PAE, 64bit addressing, Segmentation and protection on 386 or PentiumPro work