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6700k Z170XP-SLI Gigabyte High Sierra Intel CPUPM Power Management

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Hello all, I just completed my first full hackintosh build (Parts listed below) and have everything fully functional with the exception of CPU power management. Has anyone had success with this in high sierra skylake build? I have followed a couple different guides I have found without success, none of which are for high sierra.

 

High Sierra Build

 

CPU= i7 6700k

Mobo= Gigabyte Z170XP-SLI

RAM= G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB 3000MHz

PSU= EVGA 750W Titanium

Liquid Cooling= NZXT Kraken X52

GPU= None yet, using onboard HD530 currently.

SSD= Samsung 850 500GB

 

What's working:

Pretty much everything (iMessage, Audio, Display, etc..)

 

What's not working:
CPU power management is the only thing I have found to be non functioning.



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post ur full clover folder(remove ur serials) with ur DSDT



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I'll apologize in advance lol, this install is based on a guide from tonymac. I am only using this so I have an operational Mac in order to build a proper install package. Once I get the CPU PM working, I will be doing a fresh install using the install guide from insanelymac. I fell tonymac is too much of a hack/Frankenstein way of installing OSX.

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run it, send me files

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Skylake systems do not need ssdt, they have native CPU PM, just use PluginType=yes and Plugin Type=1 in SSDT section of config







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