Jump to content

Sierra and Native Speedstep

sierra speedstep

  • Please log in to reply
2 replies to this topic

#1
holyfield

holyfield

    InsanelyMac Sage

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 310 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Europe

How about native speedstep on Sierra?

 

Sierra does not support older firmware id's

 

The Macs that will run macOS Sierra

  • iMac – all models from late 2009, iMac 10,1 – 17,1
  • MacBook – all models from late 2009, MacBook  6,1 – 9,1
  • MacBook Pro – all models from 2010, MacBook Pro   7,1 – 11,5
  • MacBookAir – all models from 2010, MacBook Air  3,1 – 7,2
  • Mac Mini – all models from 2010, Mac Mini  4,1 – 7,1
  • Mac Pro – all models from 2010, Mac Pro  5,1 – 6,1
 
macOS Sierra won’t run on
  • iMac 4,1 – 9,1
  • MacBook  1,1 – 5,1
  • MacBook Pro 1,1 – 5,2
  • MacBookAir 1,1 – 2,1
  • Mac Mini 1,1 – 3,1
  • Mac Pro  1,1 – 4,1
  • Xserve  1,1 – 3,1

Any ideas?



#2
sziszivacs

sziszivacs

    InsanelyMac Protégé

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 2 posts

my s775 config

g31/e8300/4g ram/9600gt imac 10,1

 

speedstep work correctly with clover boot



#3
MacNB

MacNB

    InsanelyMac Geek

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 179 posts
  • Gender:Male

my s775 config

g31/e8300/4g ram/9600gt imac 10,1

 

speedstep work correctly with clover boot

How many p-states do you observe ?

What CPU frequencies do you observe ?







Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: sierra, speedstep


0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users

© 2017 InsanelyMac  |   News  |   Forum  |   Downloads  |   OSx86 Wiki  |   Designed by Ed Gain  |   Logo by irfan  |   Privacy Policy