I have an Intel core i7 1165G with a maximum frequency of 4.7 GHz but when it starts to run under heavy load, it limits itself to 2.8GHz without me asking for it. It can’t be thermal throttling because I have that one set to 75ºC (the new limit makes it unable to go above 50ºC) and it never lowered the frequency so much when I was using Fedora 37.
I will also mention that the bios of my laptop doesn’t have any option related to throttle or clock speeds so the issue can’t be related to that.
I’m using Fedora 38 Workstation with Gnome 44 (Wayland) and Linux kernel 6.2.6
I’m using intel-undervolt, my laptop’s default throttle temperature is 100ºC and I applied a 25ºC offset so it throttles at 75ºC. I have been doing this since Fedora 36 but it has never showed this kind of behavior nor it has applied this kind of limitation, so I guess the Fedora 38 update reseted or fixed some system value related to this.
Also, it can’t be an error related to intel-undervolt because uninstalling it didn’t fix the issue.