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Here it is, @truesoldier

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Here it is, @truesoldier

please test this Clover folder.

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please test this Clover folder.

 

Many thanks, @truesoldier! I still can't reach the lowest states, but all in all it's MUCH improved as you can see. I haven't seen frequencies this low in idle. What do you think the problem was with the settings I used?

 

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same kernel patch in high sierra.



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 @truesoldier Tried enabling it, but it didn't make a discernible difference. 

 

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try to change your smbios



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This method (the SSDTPrgen part) is not yet working with MBP 13,x and a skylake CPU as reported here:

 

https://github.com/P...n.sh/issues/293

 

The HWP option by itself works but the ssdt.aml generated causes a kernel panic.

Man, please attach your latest Clover folder. And answer please to my PM questions.



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All right. Now I know the usage of the 'Frequencies'! Actually the value is the Max Turbo Frequency. X86 may just read this IMHO to avoid confusions?

e.g. Let's take a look at the configuration file of MacBook9,1. i.e. Mac-9AE82516C7C6B903.plist

For my MacBook9,1, its CPU is Core m5-6Y54, which can turbo boost up to 2.7 GHz / 2700 MHz. And now have a look!

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Okay. This is for my CPU. Its value is <integer>1</integer>. This means that the "2nd" ('FrequencyVectors' -> '1') set of the FrequencyVectors will be used. Check the following FrequencyVectors section. Or this picture may help you.

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But this is for real Macs. For hackintosh builds. The CPU is typically different from the ones that real Macs used.

So. I suggest everyone edit the 'Frequencies' entry to match your own situations, which the Max Turbo Frequency should correspond to the FrequencyVectors you selected.

 

For example. @syscl's i7-6560u.

According to its specs, the Max Turbo Frequency is 3.2 GHz / 3200 MHz, and we want to use the first set of FrequencyVectors, which can be the most approachable to the vanilla settings and thus we shall change the 'Frequencies[0]' to '3200'. Just like this. And also. You can even delete the other ones. Like this.

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FYI.

attachicon.gifMac-66E35819EE2D0D05.plist.zip

 

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Or I think we can do it more easily: Select your preferred set of FrequencyVectors, note that just ONE! And then remove the 'Frequencies' entry...

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is it recommended on core i5 3210m ivybridge using macbook pro 9,2 smbios under sierra 10.12.5 to lower my cpu speed when idle?by the way my 3210m lowest speed is 1.2ghz when idle



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Nice guide, HWP is working.

 

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