I had no such qualms with the TP T500 (MTM 2242-CTO) I had last year. However, I am finding it a bit harder to do in Linux than in Windows. ThrottleStop and TPFanControl Utility are Windows-only. I may end up dual-booting Windows and Linux.
BIOS = Middleton's T61 *(reverted due to EIST_LOCK being enabled in highsun's and locking my CPU to 1.20GHz on both cores.)
CPU = C2D T9300 *(swapped back due to having to revert to Middleton's BIOS.)
Any suggestions on what to use in Linux that will do essentially the same thing that ThrottleStop does in Windows?
I'm using Manjaro 18.0.4_stable MATE Edition Linux, btw.
*Answer = Install phc-intel, c2ctl, Thinkfan, and msr-tools. (For Pentium-M, Core, and Core2 Duo). Then run one of the scripts referenced in the Arch thread here (https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=146454&p=3) and (https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=126444). 1st = mprime-phc-setup.bash. 2nd = intel-phc-undervolt.bash.
1st = https://pastebin.com/NVwA8JEK
2nd = https://github.com/davidbosman/scripts/ ... rvolt.bash
*(For 3rd-gen. i3/5/7 and later, use linux-intel-undervolt, intel-undervolt, or iuvolt.
Lenovo TP T61p MTM 6457-W3P T7700 4GB 128GB SSD *WSXGA+ **Intel X3100
*(repl. dim Samsung WUXGA) **(repl. faulty FX570m)
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