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Can anyone confirm what support is like in Sierra for X99

 

Is power management/speed step working well?

 

Is there a definitive method for getting speed step working?

 

Presently I'm running a stable rig on El Capitan and wondering if it is worth upgrading.

 

Many thanks



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Can anyone confirm what support is like in Sierra for X99

 

Is power management/speed step working well?

 

Is there a definitive method for getting speed step working?

 

Presently I'm running a stable rig on El Capitan and wondering if it is worth upgrading.

 

Many thanks

Hi there, I have a 5960x overclocked to 4.6 and memory on xmp 1 with no problems at all. Power management and speedstep are great.

I found Sierra an easier hack than El Cap on X99 to be honest.

I followed the El cap speed step tutorials on this site, eg: http://www.insanelym...working/page-19

Hope this helps.

High Sierra is even better as long as you have the right GPU.








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