[PATCH] ARM: pxa: support 806MHz operating points for PXA31x processors A2 stepping
hzhuang1 at marvell.com
Tue Feb 22 20:33:19 EST 2011
>From: Eric Miao [mailto:eric.y.miao at gmail.com]
>Sent: 2011年2月22日 9:19 PM
>To: Axel Lin; Haojian Zhuang
>Cc: Igor Grinberg; linux-kernel at vger.kernel.org; Russell King; linux-
>arm-kernel at lists.infradead.org
>Subject: Re: [PATCH] ARM: pxa: support 806MHz operating points for
>PXA31x processors A2 stepping
>>> Another thing (which could be related to the patch) is the package
>>> We have PXA3xx SoCs marked A2 stepping, but C624, which means that
>>> highest running frequency should not exceed 624MHz.
>> This means not all PXA310 A2 stepping supports 806Mhz.
>> Can we differentiate the Cxxx option in software?
>>> What is your PXA3xx A2 marking in respect to Cxxx option?
>> Mine is 88AP310-A2-BGK2C806.
>Can you help check on the stepping/markings on these processors
>to see which of them supports 806MHz, reliably?
There's no way to recognize 806MHz on PXA310 A2 since not all A2 chips
can support 806MHz. The only way to recognize 806MHz is to read marks on
the top of chip.
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