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[Discuss] Cool Processing

On 6/19/2015 3:07 PM, Joe Polcari wrote:
> This also assumes that you have a way to adjust voltages ? I?ve only seen
> something like that on gaming Pcs.

In principle, everything that supports dynamic frequency scaling has a 
mechanism for adjusting voltages. In practice, whether or not the M/B 
firmware exposes these options to the user varies widely. I have a bunch 
of servers and workstations that have Supermicro boards that expose 
voltage options. I don't think any of my Dell servers do the same.

Rich P.

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