> Would it be possible to throttle cpu when machine is in idle mode in
> Linux? or is it purely a BIOS and motherboard functionality.
> As you know some modern laptops in order to save power, throttle cpu
> (lower the cpu clock cycles per sec) when in idle mode.
ACPI does this, CPUFreq does this, and if you're really lucky,
there are some APM implementations that do it.
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