Mode 0 0 RPM
Mode 1 3680 RPM
Mode 2 3680 RPM
Mode 3 4088 RPM
Mode 4 4123 RPM
Mode 5 4127 RPM
Mode 6 4560 RPM
Mode 7 4560 RPM
Mode 64 5800RPM Tried it for 10 sec.
Mode 128 BIOS
Ran CPU Burn-in v1.01 from http://users.bigpond.net.au/CPUburn/
Ran for period of 10 min full load
Took idle temp after idle for 10 min
Temp was stable at 40°C while in mode 6 at idle
Temp was stable at 66°C while in mode 6 with full CPU load
IBM ThinkPad T30 type 2366
Pentium 4 Mobile 1.8Ghz 512KB L2
Windows XP Serivce Pack 3
All Windows patches as of Feb 24, 2009
Mode 1 and 2 seemed to be the same
Mode 3, 4, and 5 seemed to be the same
Mode 6 and 7 seemed to be the same
Mode 64 did what you said it would do. Didn't trust running it for more than 10 seconds.
Mode 128 did exactly what you said.
Before running this tool, I tore the laptop down and blew every spec of dust out and regreased the cpu cooler. New thermal rease seemed to make an improvement as well as removing blocking lint balls. Mmmmm. This app runs the laptop much cooler now. I love it.