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In Topic: [Help] Core i7-720QM Power Management & Speedstep

15 October 2017 - 07:56 AM

First, you should not take any SSDTs which have names with a letter following a number. So I only needed to take ONE of them.

Second, just look at config.plist docs. There is a place in bottom right in the UI below where you specify DSDT where you can add your SSDTs.

So if I have ssdt like SSDT-1x.aml to 4x and SSDT-0, I leave all the x ones and put yne 0 one in gui cloverconfigurator by drag and drop.

Is that it?

In Topic: [Help] Core i7-720QM Power Management & Speedstep

11 October 2017 - 11:49 AM



How do I add them all to config.plist,thats what I am asking.

In Topic: [pre-release] macOS High Sierra 10.13.1

10 October 2017 - 03:19 PM

again need "Other" folder in Clover/Kexts to boot.


Without it stuck at kext stall @ACPIIPU

In Topic: [Help] Core i7-720QM Power Management & Speedstep

10 October 2017 - 03:14 PM

can you explain what you mean by this highlighted part, how you did this?


and then added them in the list in config.plist

Sorry to wake up this thread. I have same CPU and therefore unsupported by Piker.

So I have copied all 5 SSDTs generated using Clover into patched folder and then added them in the list in config.plist

I'm using MPB6.2


I've seen my CPU x multiplier in HWMonitor all over the place. From 7 to 15. So I think turbo working fine. I also see perceptible performance increase especially as soon as I login, screen renders much faster with tray icons.


My real issue is instant wake on sleep. Since the original poster here seems to have had the same issue, was wondering if he solved it.

In Topic: Clover General discussion

05 October 2017 - 01:14 PM

On legacy EFI with clover installed to ESP.

Now 10.13.1 boots with only 10.13 in Clover/Kexts/10.13.

Others folder not needed as was happening with earlier clover versions.

Tripple booting from one disk and macOS installed on APFS volume on a HDD.


Just reporting

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