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NAME

      amdpm - AMD 756 Power Management controller driver
 

SYNOPSIS

      device smbus
      device smb
      device amdpm
 

DESCRIPTION

      This driver provides access to the AMD 756 Power management controller.
      Currently, only smbus controller function is implemented.
 
      The embedded SMBus controller of the AMD 756 chipset may give you access
smb(4) for writing
      user code to fetch voltages, temperature and so on from the monitoring
      chip of your mainboard.
smbus(4)
 

HISTORY

      The amdpm driver first appeared in FreeBSD 4.5.
 

AUTHORS

      This driver was written by Matthew C. Forman.  Based heavily on the alpm
      driver by Nicolas Souchu.  This manual page was written by Murray Stokely
      〈murray@FreeBSD.org〉.
 

BUGS

      Only polling mode is supported.
 

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