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Alexei Arutyunov , Russian Federation
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Radeon Power Management

Plasma 4 Widgets 71 comments

Score 86.9%
Jun 20 2012
Yes, it works! It's pity you don't have Radeon now:( Will this plasmoid be maintained?

Another question regarding state info:
It seems, that my card doesn't have voltage and temperature sensors - "cat /sys/kernel/debug/dri/0/radeon_pm_info" gives the following output:
Quote:
default engine clock: 500000 kHz
current engine clock: 193320 kHz
default memory clock: 533000 kHz

but widget shows only current engine clock. Or was it supposed to show current memory clock?

Thanks for your help. - Dec 19 2012
Thank you for this neat tool. It's very helpful.
I've been using version 1.4 of this plasmoid for my Mobility Radeon HD 4200 on Fedora 15-17. I was able to change power mode, although there was no device info (as I understood, because of other output and less info available for Mobility cards) and it had visual bug with button size (for all KDE versions that I used - 4.7-4.9).
In v1.7 the buttons are now placed correctly and it shows the current engine clock. But when trying to change the power mode I get the following error:
Quote:
Error in contents/code/main.js on line 41.

Error:
Function.prototype.disconnect:
failed to disconnect from
QTimer::timeout()

By clicking "OK" it shows, that the mode has changed, but sysfs shows that it has not.
I installed it manually as described, KDE 4.9.3, Fedora 17. Thanks in advance. - Dec 16 2012
Radeon Power Management

Plasma 4 Widgets
by jemino

Score 86.9%
9   Dec 16 2012