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Re:[X1C6/T480s] low cTDP and trip temperature in Linux

2021-04-24, 20:05 PM

Hello all - I've been following this thread for awhile,  but now I'm not sure what the latest situation is for my machine. I have a p53, updated firmware,  fedora 33, latest kernel. Can someone give me what the current state of affairs is for thermals for this setup?  Thanks.

 

 

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Re:[X1C6/T480s] low cTDP and trip temperature in Linux

2021-04-24, 20:06 PM

Hello all - I've been following this thread for awhile,  but now I'm not sure what the latest situation is for my machine. I have a p53, updated firmware,  fedora 33, latest kernel. Can someone give me what the current state of affairs is for thermals for this setup?  Thanks.

 

 

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Re:[X1C6/T480s] low cTDP and trip temperature in Linux

2021-04-26, 16:49 PM

Hi @Vcdn 

For the P53 the Lenovo firmware should take care of the thermals - nothing needed.

Mark

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Re:[X1C6/T480s] low cTDP and trip temperature in Linux

2021-04-30, 17:51 PM

For those running recent kernels. I wanted to report that 5.12 does fix the dytc_lapmode bug, so no --ignore-cpuid-check is necessary to make thermald work. YAY!

 

The changes don't seem to have been backported to 5.10 yet (which Ubuntu is using) or 5.11 (which fedora seems to be using). But they might in the future.

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