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

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--- Comment #31 from Mario Limonciello (AMD) (mario.limonciello@xxxxxxx) ---
I'm actually unsure what the quiet profile means compared to low power. I would
think it's better for Asus driver to use low power.

That's what userspace power profiles daemon uses anyway.

But yes if there are different mapping for different drivers that could be
problematic the way it was done in that series. 

There could also be a problem of device ordering.

So I guess the way to solve it would be to make all drivers that want it
request it enabled with the profiles they support. 

To userspace the superset would be reported.

Individual driver callbacks if they're requested to switch to an unsupported
state would be a noop.

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