Change cpu scaling governor in Linux








There are following modes can be choose from:
  • performance keeps the CPU at the highest possible frequency
  • powersave keeps the CPU at the lowest possible frequency
  • userspace exports the available frequency information to the user level (through the /sys file system) and permits user-space control of the CPU frequency
  • ondemand scales the CPU frequencies according to the CPU usage (like does the userspace frequency scaling daemons, but in kernel)
  • conservative acts like the ondemand but increases frequency step by step
Mine defaults to userspace, to change to powersave mode:
echo "powersave" | sudo tee /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor



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