[Bug 218685] asus-nb-wmi fails to load due to conflict with amd-pmf

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--- Comment #30 from Hans de Goede (jwrdegoede@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) ---
(In reply to Mario Limonciello (AMD) from comment #29)
> I did do something a few years ago to let multiple drivers react to profile
> changes. This was in advance of amd pmf driver existing but I think the same
> concepts can potentially apply.
> https://lore.kernel.org/linux-acpi/20211026180535.9096-4-mario.
> limonciello@xxxxxxx/T/
> It "could" be dusted off to find the rough edges instead of quirking.

So how would this work in a case like this where one platform-profile provider
supports "quiet" and the other "low-power" (and both support "balanced" +
"performance"  ?

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