Got it working on a Dell M1530 with a T9500 2.6Ghz Dual Core by compiling the 2.6.36 x86_64 kernel and adding this as a module, quite a steep learning curve though.
Anyway temps on Dell reduced from 50-52 C on idle to about 40 C and peak load from about 98 C to 75 C so fairly spectacular.
This is a great concept and surely there's some way to get it sponsored into the Kernel directly? There's plenty of manufacturers who would benefit from it.
Good job and thanks.
You can write down your success stories here (temperature decreasements, power savings, etc).
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