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sorry to bump an old thread.

Asus P8H77 MLE with i7-3770, smbios iMac 13,1. SSDT generated by ssdtprgen script and i got this (while running geekbench, etc)
 

 

Sep 17 15:24:58 praetoriuss-iMac kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 34 

Sep 17 15:24:58 praetoriuss-iMac kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16) 
Sep 17 15:24:58 praetoriuss-iMac kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 34 
Sep 17 15:24:59 praetoriuss-iMac kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16) 
Sep 17 15:24:59 praetoriuss-iMac kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 34 

 

DropSSDT=yes, GenerateCStates/Pstates=No in ocb.plist

am i missing something?

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@praetorius: No, this is the way iMacs work. If you want more states, you can either switch to a different model identifier or keep using iMac and replace its platform setting plist with the one from Mac Mini, which will give you more states, for instance.

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@praetorius: No, this is the way iMacs work. If you want more states, you can either switch to a different model identifier or keep using iMac and replace its platform setting plist with the one from Mac Mini, which will give you more states, for instance.

Or replace the <data>[speedstep-tables]</data> with another model spec. (MacbookPro8,3 works best for me)

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I've just test it with z77-DS3H + i3770k and here is what I get with macpro 3,1 as smbios.plist and org chameleon.boot.plist with :

I have a i7 3770k and GA-Z77X-UD3H and my P-State is:

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