Question 1:

I don't see the advantage to being able to slow down the chip...

A hardware governor to make it simpler/easier/cheaper to implement COD?


Question 2:

It would make more sense to take the chips that can't quite cut the mustard,
and sell them rated at half the clock-speed, instead of throwing them
away...  Like I said, this is my faint recollection of how Intel
manufacturing works (which is CISC, so may not apply.)




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| first of all it is just a rumor.
| second, it would make sense to be able
| to slow down the chip.
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