[coreboot] ASRock E350M1: How to set RAM voltages under coreboot?

Patrick Georgi patrick at georgi-clan.de
Sat Apr 20 19:35:17 CEST 2013

Am 20.04.2013 19:20, schrieb ron minnich:
> In the long term, would it be possible to do this stuff from the OS,
> not some bios setup screen? Or is it too late by the time the OS is
> booted? On the SiS 630 we controlled overclocking parameters via a
> user mode command once Linux had booted, but that was long ago ... do
> the new chips make this easier, or harder?
Even if it has no immediate effect, exposing such options over nvram
(and so they can be modified from the OS using nvramtool) is the right
thing to do.

We'll have to reconsider once there's actual hardware without old-style
nvram (SMM emulated nvram backed by flash? ;-) )


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