Here is the output of sudo cpupower -c all frequency-info
analyzing CPU 0: no or unknown cpufreq driver is active on this CPU CPUs which run at the same hardware frequency: Not Available CPUs which need to have their frequency coordinated by software: Not Available maximum transition latency: Cannot determine or is not supported. hardware limits: Not Available available cpufreq governors: Not Available Unable to determine current policy current CPU frequency: Unable to call hardware current CPU frequency: Unable to call to kernel boost state support: Supported: yes Active: yes Boost States: 2 Total States: 7 Pstate-Pb0: 4100MHz (boost state) Pstate-Pb1: 3800MHz (boost state) Pstate-P0: 3500MHz Pstate-P1: 3000MHz Pstate-P2: 2500MHz Pstate-P3: 2000MHz Pstate-P4: 1400MHz
shows the same, on all cores, googled myself to death to see what needs to be done, tried different solutions, bios changes, modprobeing different acpi and amd stuff, all to no avail. I would love to talk to others with the same processor, to see if the problem is Fedora, or AMD. Has anyone got this to work? If so, please be so kind as to tell me how.
UPDATE:Enabled cool n quiet in bios, and it allows me to set the governors and frequency.