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omni

Member Since 04 Aug 2005
Offline Last Active Apr 06 2014 12:52 AM
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In Topic: Testers needed: CPU Power Management for SB and IB Xeon(s) or i7-39xx on X79...

16 March 2014 - 02:26 PM

It's nice that you guys are beta testing Apple's unfinished code, but perhaps we should wait till they come out officially with a final build before trying to get it working?

In Topic: Testers needed: CPU Power Management for SB and IB Xeon(s) or i7-39xx on X79...

06 March 2014 - 02:00 PM

@RemoteWorks,

Why are you using MSRDumper when I clearly wrote in the OP to use AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo from Pike for this test?

 

Also, I've given instructions in my OP on how to do PM debugging - please read that again and follow through.

In Topic: Testers needed: CPU Power Management for SB and IB Xeon(s) or i7-39xx on X79...

05 March 2014 - 03:22 PM

@theconnactic

 

As I don't have an IB Xeon I can't say myself, but I believe others did report that it worked for them.

 

 

@stinga11

 

Would that patch apply to Mavericks though? If so I'll add it to the OP.

In Topic: Testers needed: CPU Power Management for SB and IB Xeon(s) or i7-39xx on X79...

05 March 2014 - 12:59 AM

If you meant to use MSRpatcher to unlock 0xE2 MSR that will not do. It patches other registers related to CPUPM, but it cannot unlock 0xE2.

 

Nothing can once it's locked, so you either have to edit your BIOS, or use one of those apps that someone made, but latter might not work on all boards.

 

You can also try to patch my AICPM.kext from the front page for MSR 0xE2 writes - that's what's causing your KPs. There's a script floating around that will find and disable those writes to that register.

In Topic: Testers needed: CPU Power Management for SB and IB Xeon(s) or i7-39xx on X79...

03 March 2014 - 10:11 PM

And to have a board still made... ;)

 

I know so many people who want your board... 

 

I was considering selling it actually, but would not sell just the board as I have no use for CPUs and RAM without it...Besides this whole hack was built water-cooled and I probably wouldn't keep any of that either then. :)

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