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Hi All,
I've got successfully up and running my hackintosh(using ######/###### method)

My build is working well except one thing, my cpu power management not working properly i've installed HWMonitor using FakeSMC and HWMonitor shows only those speeds 1600MHz,1700MHz,1800MHz,1900MHz,2000MHz, and 3700MHz
and i never saw any other speed (between those speeds)


I do not use any DSDT or SSDT
(im running Mountain lion 10.8.2.installed 10.8.0 and later updated to 10.8.1 and after 10.8.2 power management problem was all three versions)

and when i boot in verbose mode i saw a log saying some thing like that

"power management may be incomplete or unsupported"


These is my hardware specs
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Gigabyte GA Z77Z-UD3H
intel 3770K
corsair vengeance 8GB
WD blue 500GB
im using Integrated HD 4000 Graphics

my ###### setup is attached

VoodooHDA VT2021 0.2.7.2 make some random kp, so i've tried 0.2.7.3, it worked perfectly without single kp.
AppleRTC patch applied later,


Again my build is working pretty well im happy with that Posted Image,and im asking any suggestions to resolve this (or this is normal?) CPU power management issue.

never mind about my english
Thanks.

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why do you use tonyXXX's patched AppleIntelCPUmanagement?
Have you tried using the original one ?

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why do you use tonyXXX's patched AppleIntelCPUmanagement?
Have you tried using the original one ?

Thanks for reply,
When i use original one cpu always worked in 3.5GHz.anyway i'll try that again.

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why do you use tonyXXX's patched AppleIntelCPUmanagement?
Have you tried using the original one ?


I've tried installing original AppleIntelCPUmanagement.kext i didn't saw any diffrence, and after i reinstalled the osx ML on another disk result was same.

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hello

only ivy cpu in mackbookpro9,1 and 10,1

no smbios to desk

wait for new imac

good hack

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why do you use tonyXXX's patched AppleIntelCPUmanagement?
Have you tried using the original one ?


Well, in fact tonyXXX's patched AppleIntelCPUmanagement is the original one. Although he claims to have patched it, it isn't patched anyway.

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Well, in fact tonyXXX's patched AppleIntelCPUmanagement is the original one. Although he claims to have patched it, it isn't patched anyway.


Thanks for your info
I didn't use that so I have no idea of that :)

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Since r1027 colver support "Ivy states generator"
Just need to add this to your acpi in config.plist

<key>ACPI</key>
<dict>
  <key>DropOemSSDT</key>
  <string>Yes</string>
  <key>GenerateIvyStates</key>
  <string>Yes</string>
  <key>GenerateCStates</key>
  <string>Yes</string>
  <key>GeneratePStates</key>
  <string>Yes</string>
  <key>C3Latency</key>
  <string>0x03E7</string>
  <key>EnableC1</key>
  <string>Yes</string>
  <key>EnableC3</key>
  <string>Yes</string>
  <key>EnableC6</key>
  <string>Yes</string>
  <key>EnableISS</key>
  <string>No</string>
  <key>DoubleFirstState</key>
  <string>Yes</string>
  <key>MinMultiplier</key>
  <string>4</string>
  <key>MaxMultiplier</key>
  <string>43</string>
  <key>PLimitDict</key>
  <string>1</string>
  <key>UnderVoltStep</key>
  <string>2</string>
  <key>PluginType</key>
  <string>1</string>
  <key>smartUPS</key>
  <string>No</string>


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Since r1027 colver support "Ivy states generator"
Just need to add this to your acpi in config.plist

I don't have an IvyBridge CPU so I can't speak from experience. But this post by oswaldini states you don't need a lot of those options when enabling the Generate IvyStates option.

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I don't have an IvyBridge CPU so I can't speak from experience. But this post by oswaldini states you don't need a lot of those options when enabling the Generate IvyStates option.

True but u cant be sure enough that all options are set by only ,

<key>GenerateIvyStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>

and i post it like that soo people know that there are more options that only generate states cuz not all options are accesible by GUI.

This one depends on overclock of your system.

<key>MinMultiplier</key>
<string>4</string>
<key>MaxMultiplier</key>
<string>43</string>





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