There is a program called rovclock
(http://www.hasw.net/linux/) for ATI video cards, which
does the same work as nvclock: it is able to set clock
frequency (and other parameters) in ATI video cards.
So, it would be interesting to have a plugin.
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Yes it might be interesting, but I don't have any hardware
to test with... Looking at the code in rovclock might be
trivial to implement a cpufreqd plugin anyway.
Do you have an ATI card and some coding skill?