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uzmi

SpeedStep C2D E8400

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I've always used the pstatechanger

always worked well

 

Today it is best to use the Chameleon RC5

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Study this topic for more information on how to activate and configure CPU power management with Chameleon:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=225766

Use MacPro3,1 model identifier.

 

Hello:

Thank you very much for your reply but I didn't make it claire, I guess.

I´m testing SpeedStep with Chameleon and DSDT. (I know how to use both)

My question is:

Why there are 2 different values? Are both of them correct?

 

The graphic card (Ati 4850) is giving me problems with sleep-wake so that is why I´m trying different things.

 

Regards

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I assume that in real you only can compare the VID (hex), not the shown mVolts.

Reason: Some tools measure same VID (hex) but compute different mV by using a little different formula (didnt fit exact on all cpu types).

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I assume that in real you only can compare the VID (hex), not the shown mVolts.

Reason: Some tools measure same VID (hex) but compute different mV by using a little different formula (didnt fit exact on all cpu types).

 

Ok, then I won't follow this path, I'll seek other alternatives to solve the sleep-wake

 

Thank you !

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