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RightMark CPU Clock Utility 2.35

Posted on Friday, February 29 2008 @ 21:21:11 CET by

RightMark CPU Clock Utility (RMClock) is a small GUI application designed for real-time CPU frequency, throttling and load level monitoring and on-the-fly adjustment of the CPU performance level on supported CPU models via processor's power management model-specific registers (MSRs). In automatic management mode it continuously monitors the CPU usage level and dynamically adjusts the CPU frequency, throttle and/or voltage level as needed, realizing the "Performance on Demand" concept.

Changelog:
  • Added automatic SuperLFM feature detection (Intel Santa Rosa platform).
  • Corrected main tray icon animation to include SuperLFM state.
  • Added identification of 45nm Intel Core 2 CPUs.
  • Added identification of Intel Celeron Dual Core CPUs.
  • Fixed performance on demand state comparison in SuperLFM mode.
  • Corrected CPU load measurement in SuperLFM state (Intel Santa Rosa platform).
  • Performance on Demand profiles now shouldn't get stuck in SuperLFM state.
  • CPU defaults settings now use P-states rather than FID/VID pairs.
  • P-states table disabled when CPU power management features are unavailable.
  • RMClock PRO: "Application running" event now also includes processes from other users.
  • Added preliminary support for 45 nm Intel Core 2 family processors (Yorkfield, Wolfdale and Penryn cores).
  • Fixed Auto-adjust intermediate states VIDs feature behavior on Intel Santa Rosa platform.
  • Added flexible VID choice for Intel Dynamic Acceleration (IDA) P-state.
  • Modified FID/VID range used in Monitoring.
  • Fixed CPU frequency measurement in SuperLFM mode.
  • Reverted not to use 8254 timer by default as a clock source for CPU frequency measurement.
  • Added preliminary detection and support for Intel Dynamic Acceleration (IDA) and Dynamic FSB Frequency Switching (DFFS) technologies on Intel Santa Rosa platform.
  • Changed minimal VID and Maximal FID/VID detection on Intel Core 2 CPUs.
  • Redesigned CPU performance states editor (Profiles page) to indicate P-state type and support flexible FID P-states.
  • Modified default settings of custom Vista OSPM plan to automatically disable the OS CPU power management.
  • Removed "Use Intel Core 2 ACNT for the CPU load determination" registry tweak.
  • Implemented 4-digit VID fraction indication in most UI parts.
  • Improved design of the Settings page.
  • Restricted application language selection to the available resource DLLs only.
  • Added use of 8254 timer as a clock source for CPU frequency measurement by default (configurable via registry tweak).
  • Added support for Intel ICH9DO southbridge.
  • Added new multiprocessor platforms CPU load calculation methods.
  • Added detection of AMD Family 10h Opteron CPUs (no support for AMD Cool`n'Quiet 2 technology yet).
  • RMClock Updater: added update version restrictions to prevent the download and installation of incorrect update versions.
  • Added detection of the mobile Intel Core 2 Solo processors.
  • Added support for the new Intel Core 2 family processors (CPUID 10661h).
  • Fixed OSPM settings names display on localized Windows versions.
  • Fixed log file handling.

Program Information

Category:
Tools and Utilities
Type:
Free


Version:
2.35
Size:
472KB
Works on:
Windows


Product page: here

Download: RightMark CPU Clock Utility 2.35





 

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