I've added a comment explaining the values: https://github.com/bitonic/x62-fancontr ... rol.c#L155 . I still don't really know what they _mean_, but that's the effect they have on the fan speed.
Given the PWM terminology one would think that the fan speed regulates the pulse width modulation frequency, but there are a few jumps in the 0-255 range and even in the range where the change is smooth it does not seem to change the fan speed linearly
Battery charge and discharge times are a bit... say, they go mad sometimes. I've installed BatteryBar and it worked just fine with both charging and sicharging times... for two days then I needed to reinstall it to make sure what is the exact working time and how long would the system stay alive, and still it jumps every 5 seconds to different value, ranging from 3,5hrs to 8hrs on fresh battery (update every 5 seconds).
Is there any reasonable way to create own powerplan on those systems in W7? I guess you can't change voltage on i5 without changing the clock, but a good utility would be nice in here.
T601f, X61sfL - work
HP Elitebook 8740w - multimedia
R61f - wife
R61f - kids
T43, Z60t, G41, R30, R50e
A31, 600X, R52p, T22, A22m, R40, T30
You can set a voltage offset (read: undervolt) the X62 with Intel XTU or ThrottleStop (I recommend the latter: Less processor usage, built-in C-state check window which you need anyway for configuring the X62 to save power).
X62s 3rd batch, [s]T61[/s] T70 14" 4:3 1st batch
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