Originally Posted by sk79
From the looks of it RM Clock doesn't yet support it and I've no experience of NHC. Any thoughts?
I've used nhc on my Dothan I6000D and it works well, so I'm using the newest version on my new Dell E1505 T7200.
I've got one of those "Kill-a-Watt" power meters connected up to the laptop power brick and here are the numbers while running at 12x multiplier (2GHz) both cores chewing on Seti-at-home. Note that the wattage reading cycles back and forth within the ranges specified.
12x multiplier nhc voltages, system power consumption:
1.05 V, 44-45 Watts
1.1 V, 46-48 Watts
1.15 V, 50-52 Watts
1.2 V, 53-55 Watts
1.225 V, 53-56 Watts (Default Voltage)
For comparison 6x multiplier (1GHz) with both processors chewing on Seti-at-home:
0.95 V, 33-35 Watts (Default Voltage)
1.0 V, 34-36 Watts
1.05 V, 36-38 Watts
1.225 V, 42-44 Watts (Just for giggles)