I'm using the tool for Ubuntu, and on a fresh install of Ubuntu it would lock the frequencies at the desired setting. I only touched the frequency, Overclock VID, and set the PPT and TDC to 0, and EDC to 30 so I can utilize the EDC bug.
On a fresh system, when I typed "cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep "MHz"", it would show all the cores at the set frequency - 600 MHz (which I assume is fine, because I remember on windows the task manager would also report a frequency 600 MHz lower)
But now, the frequency doesn't stay locked at the desired frequency, and only boosts up to it on load.
I'm trying to use my system for arweave, and the load isn't constant, so I think the delay when ramping up the frequencies might cause a performance hit.
Is there a way to lock the frequency? I haven't touched the P-states because I don't want to kill the CPU, and in windows there was a simple "Lock Frequency button". Is it possible to do the same thing on Ubuntu?
Thanks in advance