------- Additional Comments From alexey.y.starikovskiy@... 2007-02-07 06:50 -------
cpufreq works. it switches between right frequencies (they are programmed as
multipliers for FSB freq). The only "broken" thing is the output of cpufreq,
there it prints these (multipliers * lowest FSB freq, which is 100Mhz). Values
to print cpufreq takes from BIOS, so it is BIOS who used 100Mhz instead of
your 350 for above calculation. 6-9 is a valid range for E6600. if you
multiply it by default 266 you will get advertised frequencies of E6600, if
you multiply them by 350, you will have your real frequencies.
cpufreq has no access to FSB frequency, so there is no option but to either
live with such printouts, or bug your BIOS vendor about it.
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