I'm undervolting my CPU right now... testing 1.084V at 15x.
The thing is, i was followin the undervoltin tutorial at notebookforums.com
it told me to use RMClock to do this but maybe the program has been updated since the guy wrote the article? I'm not seeing the options he's talkin about on the "management" tab.
Basically, my question is, using centrino hardware control OR RightMark CPU Clock Utility, how do i permanently set the maximal(15x) and minimal(6x) settings to the voltages i find? I can only get it to "test" these settings... Can i get some detailed instructions please?
skpman, if you haven't figured out how to do it by now since posting that message (01-dec-2005), perhaps you shouldn't mess with it. It is, however, EXTREMELY simple in CHC. Make sure you have a reasonably recent version, and click the CPU Voltage tab... There should be a button labelled "Set" on there... as simple as that. If your version doesn't have it, get a new one.