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This article explains how to change the processor operating point: an operating point corresponds the frequency of the Arm Cortex-A core(s) running Linux and the VDDcore voltage that needs to be supplied to sustain it.


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==Purpose==
This article explains how to change the processor '''operating point''': an operating point corresponds the frequency of the Arm Cortex-A core(s) running Linux and the VDDcore voltage that needs to be supplied to sustain it.

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