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Clock Throttling Utility For Windows?

Started by Slo November 29, 2006
I've been searching the Internet for a Windows
based utility and I'm not finding it:

Does anyone know of a utility that does clock
throttling as a function of temperature?  As a
way of protecting the CPU we need a utility that
will slow the system clock when the CPU gets
too hot.

We have a Pentium M, 855GME, ICH based
Processor card with a General Software
BIOS.  We support SpeedStepping based on
CPU loading and we can use a utility like
SpeedFan to read CPU temperatures.  Is
their software that slows the clock (and lowers
voltage according to SpeedStepping) based
on high temperatures?

Thanks!

On 29 Nov 2006 10:43:45 -0800, "Slo" <Slosteve@gmail.com> wrote:

> >I've been searching the Internet for a Windows >based utility and I'm not finding it: > >Does anyone know of a utility that does clock >throttling as a function of temperature? As a >way of protecting the CPU we need a utility that >will slow the system clock when the CPU gets >too hot. > >We have a Pentium M, 855GME, ICH based >Processor card with a General Software >BIOS. We support SpeedStepping based on >CPU loading and we can use a utility like >SpeedFan to read CPU temperatures. Is >their software that slows the clock (and lowers >voltage according to SpeedStepping) based >on high temperatures? > >Thanks!
Would that not be a function of the bios or MB chipset drivers? I would be quizzing the manufacturer of hardware.