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    Default Adaptive Clocking in AMD’s Steamroller

    Overall, AMD’s adaptive clocking paper was enlightening and enjoyable and stood out from the processor section. While it addresses a longstanding problem, the solution is new and an interesting approach to the challenges in power delivery. The paper also demonstrated one of AMD’s key differentiators, expertise in power management and clocking, that is critical for any computing platform from mobile to servers. The techniques described will first appear in AMD’s Steamroller based platforms, but are expected to roll out across other IP blocks potentially including GPUs, ARM cores, and the Jaguar core.

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    Very interesting stuff. I like this approach compared to others have tried. thanks for sharing
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