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visseroth
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Max Core Frequency

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I've been using....

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watch -n.1 "cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep \"^[c]pu MHz\""
to watch the core frequencies of my 3950x but I'm wanting to see what each core tops out at at any given time and I've done a bunch of searching but haven't found a command that will let me do that and being I'm not that great at scripting and/or command lines I thought I'd post on here and ask if someone knows a way to give a list of the max frequency of each core.
The main cores would be fine since it is a 16 core CPU with multi-threading.

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Re: Max Core Frequency

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Bump.....
no one has any ideas how to see max peak frequency per core?

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Re: Max Core Frequency

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What do you want - the actual max frequency that is being hit during operation or the theoretically max frequency your CPU reports it supports?

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lscpu -e
should tell you the latter.
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Re: Max Core Frequency

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The actual max frequency that was hit

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Re: Max Core Frequency

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This looks like it should be able to so that - https://github.com/amanusk/s-tui
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Re: Max Core Frequency

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Already have that utility and nope, that's not what I'm looking for.

I just want to see what the maximum frequency is that any 1 core ever peaks out at at any moment with or without stressing the cores

Kind of like how some utilities show the current temp, minimum temp and maximum temp, I want to see the maximum frequency.

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