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by the-fallen
Mon 11. Sep 2017, 13:05
Forum: Offtopic
Topic: Forum updated
Replies: 0
Views: 305

Forum updated

Since the forum version was outdated for a while I just updated to the latest version of phpbb3 available.

If you encounter any problems, please post a message here.

Have fun and keep your CPU cool :)
by the-fallen
Thu 26. Jul 2012, 11:39
Forum: Offtopic
Topic: New leader for Linux-PHC?
Replies: 2
Views: 15526

New leader for Linux-PHC?

Heya, I see that there are still a lot of people working with / for PHC. You all know that I am not as active as I should be here (you can also say I'm inactive). I still do not find any time. But I think I do not want that project die. So I am asking you what you suggest to make things better. Is t...
by the-fallen
Tue 13. Sep 2011, 15:16
Forum: PHCTool News
Topic: Forum anti spam measures
Replies: 0
Views: 7153

Forum anti spam measures

I am sorry for all the spam during the last month.
DavidG and me we are now installing more security and anti-spam-measures to prevent further registration of spammers.

We hope this will help to keep 99% of them away.


Greetings
by the-fallen
Thu 8. Sep 2011, 21:07
Forum: PHC News
Topic: Some information
Replies: 0
Views: 9470

Some information

Some of you may have noticed that there have been some spammer problems in the past weeks. I just updated the forum and the theme to the latest version so the newest Spam Protection is now integrated. I hope this works. I also removed older users with 0 Postings. I hope there where no "active" users...
by the-fallen
Sat 21. May 2011, 13:09
Forum: Offtopic
Topic: Hello friends :)
Replies: 0
Views: 9934

Hello friends :)

Heya - I know that I wasn't here for a very long time. I currently do not have the time - but things will change. How ever, I just want to let you know that I am still alive and if you need something, just write me an email like DavidG did. Among other changes the Board is now updated to the latest ...
by the-fallen
Thu 15. Jul 2010, 19:22
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: phc-intel / read_msr issue
Replies: 3
Views: 2285

Re: phc-intel / read_msr issue

Hello, i will investigate this issue and going to fix what you mentioned (about documentation). Please note that at the moment you run read_msr and your cpufreq governor is set to ondemand it MAY be possible it just switches up to a higher FID for a moment to run read_msr quicker. But I will review ...
by the-fallen
Wed 14. Jul 2010, 17:21
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Problems in installing PHC intel....
Replies: 12
Views: 5338

Re: Problems in installing PHC intel....

You can calculate the Voltage to VID. voltage (in Volts) = (712.5 + (VID * 12.5))/1000 (Core / Core2 only) But I guess there is a way to see your VIDs in Windows, too. I am not sure but I think I have seen them with rmclock or NHC or something. They have to calculate them, too because internally the...
by the-fallen
Mon 12. Jul 2010, 16:40
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: T9550 with Lubuntu 10.04 still hot
Replies: 6
Views: 2945

Re: T9550 with Lubuntu 10.04 still hot

That'S strange.

I have no idea at the moment (had no time to think about) but want to let you know that I read your latest answer.


Do you set the (same) VIDs to all cores? You need to because this CPU does not support individual voltages and always takes the higher one.
by the-fallen
Sat 10. Jul 2010, 10:25
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: T9550 with Lubuntu 10.04 still hot
Replies: 6
Views: 2945

Re: T9550 with Lubuntu 10.04 still hot

read_msr really reads the current VID from the CPU's register. It does not calculate them, it does not guess them, it only prints out what's stored "in the cpu" :) How ever, it is possible that during the reading-process your has CPU stepped up. Just try it one or two times again. The reading of MSR...
by the-fallen
Sat 10. Jul 2010, 08:40
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: T9550 with Lubuntu 10.04 still hot
Replies: 6
Views: 2945

Re: T9550 with Lubuntu 10.04 still hot

Maybe your system does not load the cpufreq driver. Check the following on a terminal: lsmod | grep phc lsmod | grep acpi for one of those commands there should be an output. Either something line "phc_intel" or "acpi_cpufreq". If not, then the problem is simple. You can either install "cpufrequtils...