I have a Travelmate 2304 with a Celeron 350M and was wondering if I should run the RightMark RM Clock Utility with the ePowerManagement utility. Would there be any benefits or conflicts?
Current release of RMClock utility implements the CPU frequency, CPU load and throttling level determination on the following processor models:
* AMD K7 (Athlon/XP/MP, Duron, Sempron) and K8 (Athlon 64/FX, Opteron 64, Sempron) family CPUs.
* Intel Pentium II/Celeron, Pentium III/Celeron, Pentium M/Celeron M, Pentium 4/Celeron (Northwood and Prescott cores), Pentium 4 Extreme Edition (Gallatin and Prescott cores), Xeon (Prestonia, Nocona and Irwindale cores).
|Dynamic on-demand clock modulation adjustment is supported on:
* Intel Pentium M/Celeron M, Intel Pentium 4/Celeron (all cores), Intel Xeon (all cores) featuring On-Demand Clock Modulation (ODCM).