Re: Computing cpu's clock in cycles per second

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JD wrote:
>
> On 09/26/2010 01:21 PM, Tom Horsley wrote:
>    
>> On Sun, 26 Sep 2010 13:10:34 -0700
>> JD wrote:
>>
>>      
>>>     Since I have not been successful to determine the runtime
>>> cpu frequency using the fedora tools:
>>>        
>> How about cat /proc/cpuinfo | fgrep 'cpu MHz'
>>
>> Of course, I have no idea where that number comes from.
>> I have some virtual machines which sometimes get a 0
>> for that number when they boot.
>>      
> That gives the bios reported value at bootup, which is
> not the AMD sstaated clock which is 2.4 GHz.
> Once it boots, and I run programs to load the cpu to
> 99%, couinfo still reports 790MHz.
> Which is totally bogus!
>
>    
What does your Bios say for speed of cpu?
It sure sounds like cool and quiet is on or C2 - C3 is still on

[[email protected] ~]$ cat /proc/cpuinfo | fgrep 'cpu MHz'
cpu MHz        : 3600.164
cpu MHz        : 3600.164
cpu MHz        : 3600.164
cpu MHz        : 3600.164
[[email protected] ~]$

This is accurate and my Bios is reflecting this speed as well



Michael
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