Really ? Then I guess we need some "standardised" tests...
Originally Posted by energyman
How about Linux 2.6.26 i686 Kernel and EXT3 file system ?
PS: I suppose the speed would be higher with XFS ?
I agree that a software tool for overclocking would be nice. Apparently phenom use msr's to set a lot of these parameters, which I would guess AOD might use, too. I played around with setting the msr's, but didn't see any noticeable effects for over/underclocking. I was able to disable the TLB fix on a phenom 9600 by modifying the proper msr (my bios doesn't have an option for it). I posted that in the forums here.
Originally Posted by deanjo
There are details on setting speeds/voltages/etc here:http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/....php?p=2806501
Maybe someone with some more time can figure out if it is possible to change this on the fly in linux.
the speed would be highest with reiser4 ;)
and don't forget the barrier option - ext3 hates your data so it is turned of, while reiserfs and xfs love your data and have it turned on.