There's a comment in the BUGS section of the OpenBSD cpu(4) man page:
I'm wondering, whether
* It's an Intel-specific bug, and both FreeBSD and OpenBSD have the same problem.
* It's an OpenBSD specific problem, thus it doesn't apply to FreeBSD.
On a FreeBSD 12.1 install (powerd enabled and running), the CPU fan speed is at 100% even though top is indicating the system is 100% idle. If I do sysctl -a | grep cpu, I see the CPU frequency is the lowest (800MHz). As for the cx_usage, I see 100% 0% 0% on both cores.
The CPU heat sink...
on a old Lenovo T520 I noticed that to set the CPU fan to ..
.. results into an RPM of ca. 3300 where as the fan max is in the 5500+ area. In Windows with tpfancontrol the max rpm's can be set. I will test this issue with...
Does anybody know how I can manipulate the fan rotation speed at my homeserver? Specs here.
With FreeBSD installed the fan always rotates at maximum speed which is annoying due to the noise...
1. How can I monitor the fan regulation speed?
2. What is the FreeBSD...