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  1. I guess that he does some benchmark computations in the gpu and in the cpu and then compares whether they gave the same result (as a number). It seems that in some cases, either because of lacking float precision or due to some flipped bit or whatnot, the results differ. Also, another question to mitch: does this implementation of opencl use the cpu alongside the gpu? I thought I read somewhere that opencl was a rather generic abstraction platform where cpu cores are treated as just another computational unit. (That would mean that the gpu scores are a bit too fast to be real). PS. Thanks for making the tool!!
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    10.5.6 Released!

    As I posted before, these are longer and easier hints: http://insanelymac.blogspot.com/2008/12/pr...pdating-to.html
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    10.5.6 Released!

    If you install appleintelcpu stuff, you need an enabler for that. I use IntelCPUPowerManagementDisabler.kext -u
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    10.5.6 Released!

    1 Open terminal 2 drag DSDT Patcher app into terminal 3 add one space and -f after the text that just pasted itself 4 press enter and cross fingers You should check you have the appleintelcpumanagement.kext from 10.5.5 along with some disabler. If you deleted it, your install will hang (so says netkas). Sounds like a completely harmless AppleSMBIOS glitch to me? Seriously, do you think your system would even boot with 3.8 GHZ? No. So the speed is just displayed incorrectly.
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    10.5.6 Released!

    You probably didn't have any intelcpumanagement kext because you deleted it? Netkas warns that you need to install one before the update. Read: http://netkas.org/?p=78
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    10.5.6 Released!

    There is a new note from NETKAS on the update! Mandatory read! http://netkas.org/?p=78
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    10.5.6 Released!

    I don't need to, since my install went just fine. But why don't you try it and report back? Fingers crossed -u
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    10.5.6 Released!

    I think most people should read this: Prepare your Hackintosh for 10.5.6 Quite a good writeup IMHO -u
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    10.5.6 Released!

    If you aren't sure whether your upgrade worked, I'd delete the receipt from /Library/Receipts and download / install again -u EDIT: Oh, wait, there actually isn't any receipt for OS upgrades. Maybe you can still re-apply the upgrade though (download, navigate into upgrade disk image, find the mpkg and start with "open xxx.mpkg" where xxx is the name of the package).
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    10.5.6 Released!

    Yes, it does. Using natit, kextstat | grep -i at lists: 67 0 0x7f665000 0xb8000 0xb7000 com.apple.ATIRadeonX2000 (5.3.6) <58 57 17 12 7 6 5 4 2> 74 0 0x7f792000 0x7a000 0x79000 com.apple.kext.ATY_Lamna (5.3.6) <58 57 18 17 6 5 4 2> Good luck -u
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    10.5.6 Released!

    Initial setup: 10.5.5, chameleon v11, hardware as sig, complete vanilla except for: natit (for the Radeon, better power management than TRIAKIS + EFI), dsmos, smbiosenabler (I think from superhai), appleintelcpudisabler Install steps: upgraded chameleon by using netas' latest boot file (from efi v9) then generated DSDT and placed in root folder. Result: SUCCESS! Thanks to all the helpful, patient hackers out here.
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    Experimental Intel SpeedStep kext

    Ah, this may explain a few confusions I had here. Thanks so much!
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    Experimental Intel SpeedStep kext

    Indeed, setting the values returns no change, thus the GUI tools don't display any changes. But if frequencies are really changed, then mercurysquad did really get rid of the stuttering! No sound interruptions here so far when manually changing from the CLI. It's getting better and better!
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    Experimental Intel SpeedStep kext

    I don't run any other OS than OS X, so if anyone with a Q6600 (G0) could find out whether there are any more PStates besides the reported ones (below), I'd be incredibly thankful =D 8/12/08 11:04:07 AM kernel IntelEnhancedSpeedStep: INFO P-State 0: 2400 MHz at 1564 mV, consuming 88 W, latency 160 usec 8/12/08 11:04:07 AM kernel IntelEnhancedSpeedStep: INFO P-State 1: 1600 MHz at 1564 mV, consuming 56 W, latency 160 usec
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    Experimental Intel SpeedStep kext

    It works! Amazing, thanks so much! I'm running my Q6600 at 1.2 volts / 1600 MHz at the moment, and seems to be stable. Anything specific that I should test?
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