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RightMark CPU Clock Utility 2.0

Posted on Friday, January 20 2006 @ 16:54:55 CET by LSDsmurf

  • Completely new user interface design, new icons.
  • CPU frequency and CPU/OS load system tray indicators.
  • Integration with Windows power management and standard LCD backlight interface.
  • Flexible per-profile and per-power source PST, ODCM and Windows power management settings.
  • Improved ODCM management with user-customizable throttle states table feature.
  • New CPU performance level management logic allowing instant multiple-states PST/ODCM transitions.
  • Determination and support for new CPUs: Intel Pentium D and Pentium Extreme Edition 900 series, Intel Core Solo and Core Duo processors (preliminary); new Intel logos.
  • Support for "non-mobile" versions of ICH4 and ICH6 south bridges in Intel Centrino mobile platform advanced settings.
  • New command-line profile-changing options (-nextprofile and -prevprofile).
  • Fixed CPU frequency display on older Intel Pentium 4 models (Northwood/Willamette).
  • EIST/DBS settings (Intel Pentium 4 / Pentium M advanced settings) are now always remembered, regardless of the "Remember these settings" option.
  • Added user-definable delay (as a registry setting) to the management procedure start (on startup and resume from standby/hibernate).

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