Underclocking the Rock64 (latest stable linux image)
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Hey guys, I was using armbian, but got some SD corruption and had to start from scratch.
I decided to use the latest stable release of Ubuntu from ayufan.
Googling around I found a guide on overclocking the Rock64, but I actually want to underclock the CPU to top at 1008 Mhz, so I won't need a heatsink or a fan.
How do I do this?
On Armbian there was a one line command that did that.

Thanks!
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Try cpufrequtils.

http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/How_to_use_cpufrequtils


Edit: punctuation. Ugh.




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(08-07-2019, 09:36 AM)va88 Wrote: I actually want to underclock the CPU to top at 1008 Mhz, so I won't need a heatsink or a fan.


The soc automatically slows itself down if things get too hot
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