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In Topic: Power management for Sandy/Ivy Bridge/Haswell CPUs

14 March 2014 - 10:17 PM

What is your CPU?

i3-3245 CPU @ 3.40GHz

In Topic: Power management for Sandy/Ivy Bridge/Haswell CPUs

14 March 2014 - 10:44 AM



Don't install in S/L/E, mentioned cd/Users/youuser/Downloads because it is easier.


Hi All@n, it is being loaded from Downloads (placing a dodgy kext in SLE is asking for problems).

Piker says that the kext KP's or craches the system for some mainboards, guess mine is one of them.

It is also not his intention to provide compiled kext's as he reasons it is not meant for the general audience and nitwits like me.


Actually, I am wondering why we should have states ranging from 8 till turbo. 8 makes the system unworkably slow. 

I currently have 16, 21, 28 and 34 (achieved by using the specs for my cpu using ssdtPRgen.sh) w/ smbios Macmini6,2.


If we would want it vanilla and how Apple does it for the iMac's, we should only have min and max (16 and 34Ghz).


cheers, relikwie.

In Topic: Power management for Sandy/Ivy Bridge/Haswell CPUs

13 March 2014 - 11:24 AM

That version of AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext you linked to, crashes my hack as soon as I load it. It is mentioned by Piker.

He suggests to compile the a fixed version from source. Tried that but the resulting kext fails to load. It is my first compile in xcode, so probably 

I am doing things wrong.

In Topic: Clover General discussion

11 March 2014 - 04:09 PM


It is not common solution and so it is required some sophistication of Clover. Many users already complain that Clover is too hard to understand.

For my mind this patch can be performed by existing facilities


Thanks Slice, I will test this later today.

Regarding "hard to understand" for those coming from chameleon. My experience is that the first thing to understand is the UEFI part (which is a general thing).

As for the how clover does its work, it was logical and quicly understandble using the wiki. Great job on that.


What I found confusing is "new way" and "old way", the first does not replace the latter as I discovered later, whitch new and old does sugges to do at first.

Also deprecated things like IIRC "double states" for "GenerateIvyStates"  or the other way around.

In Topic: Clover General discussion

11 March 2014 - 11:48 AM

Hi, using clover with much pleasure and find it really the best bootmanager for hackintoshes.

I was just looking into a way to rename GFX0 into IGP (having a HD4000). Is it possible to add this to clover?

Have tried the option to rename devices into the names mac uses in the DSDT, but GFX is not renamed.


regards, relikwie.

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