My system seems to work fine and when i launch speedstep i can see frequencies going from 800 to 2500.
But i would like to be sure that both cores are activited. Is there a command in the terminal to check this.
So far, after having installing the intelenhencedspeedstep.kext sleep ain't working.
Does speedstep has to be running if we want the cpu to change its frequency according to its need ?
I've tested and the kext works fine for all cores - don't worry about it.
As for sleep, make sure you are either using vanilla kernel, or voodoo kernel, or ToH sleep kernel. You don't
need a toh speedstep kernel, and a speedstep kernel cannot sleep.
Does the intelspeedstep.kext replaces the appleacpithermal.kext in AppleAcpiPlatform.kext?
also do u have a appleacpithermal.kext version 1.1.0 around?
No, it only replaces ACPICPUThrottle.kext and AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext.
: Closing this thread as it has run its course. please make different threads for different issues to make it easier for others to help and get help (rather than reading 15 pages of a thread).