PHCtool version 0.5.2-2
CPU: Intel E6750.
PHC extension: available
PHC version: 0.3.2:2
MSR extension: available
Vcc calculation: CPU recognized, calculation available
So I set VIDs, for both cores, one step below original. I save values. Check "Analysis" and get:
target VID 21, reached VID 22
It seems like nothing changes. I tried to set target VIDs to 0-s, it should crash my PC, but nothing happened.
I tried to run it from shell with -d switch, but it didn't help, subphctool.sh returns nothing to console.
Is there something I'm doing wrong? Is it possible my BIOS prevents VID change?
UPDATE: I've checked my BIOS, I had "Intel EIST" enabled, I switched it to disabled. Then sudo modprobe phc-intel returned "no such device". So what's wrong? Should I make phc-intel module again with "Intel EIST disabled" in BIOS?
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