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In the last days IntelCPUMonitor (32/64Bit) , (MHz+Temp+Voltages for Intel CPU by SMC) got updates.

 

EDIT: Newer (than the attached in set.zip ) REV 505 was made 24.01.2012, LInk below ,

"Now rev505 (Version 1.0.1) with corrections for Merom and SandyBridge as well as some other tuning."

http://www.projectos...655

 

 

You can usew SMC Monitor to chek the SMC values + PSTATES:

http://www.insanelym...howtopic=247185

 

I use IntelCPUMonitor in /S/L/E.

For first tests you can use kextload to check if it works - recommended before you install it in /S/L/E

 

EDIT: Added SMC Monitor Link and removed before attached set.zip (older SMC Monitor , older IntelCPUMonitor 15.01.12)

 

EDIT: updated titile to FAKESMC slice branch

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Hello,

 

I find IntelCPUMonitor made by slice (15.01.2012)

http://www.projectosx.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1644&st=100&p=16615entry16615

but your file is different (IntelCPUMonitor from you has 37KB, this one from slice has 82KB and different info.plist)

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Does it still requires setting the correct tjmax manually in plist, or it detects the right values automatically?

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I don't had to set tjmax even with older versions.

Console says at boot:

kernel: User defined TjMax=0
kernel: IntelCPUMonitor: CPU Tjmax 90

and it's working.

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Good to know. Slice fixed some tjmax things (cpu type related and in general) in the past 6 months in that IntelCPUMonitor.

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Please check rev504 and report about FSBFrequency

MacBook:NewFolder slice$ ioreg -lw0 -pIODeviceTree | grep FSBFrequency
   |	   "FSBFrequency" = <00c2eb0b00000000>
MacBook:NewFolder slice$

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Please check rev504 and report about FSBFrequency

MacBook:NewFolder slice$ ioreg -lw0 -pIODeviceTree | grep FSBFrequency
|	   "FSBFrequency" = <00c2eb0b00000000>
MacBook:NewFolder slice$

 

Regis-Mac-Pro:~ regiyassin$ ioreg -lw0 -pIODeviceTree | grep FSBFrequency
| |	 "FSBFrequency" = <8de8f50500000000>
Regis-Mac-Pro:~ regiyassin$

 

im using rev504 IntelCPUMonitor.kext

 

is there something wrong with my rig?

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Regis-Mac-Pro:~ regiyassin$ ioreg -lw0 -pIODeviceTree | grep FSBFrequency
| |	 "FSBFrequency" = <8de8f50500000000>
Regis-Mac-Pro:~ regiyassin$

 

im using rev504 IntelCPUMonitor.kext

 

is there something wrong with my rig?

it happens to me also, i5-2410M

New rev505 for you

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New 505 shows frequency correctly with my Sandy Bridge system. Voltage readings are still messed up.

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i think rev505 works for me,

Regis-Mac-Pro:~ regiyassin$ ioreg -lw0 -pIODeviceTree | grep FSBFrequency
   | |	 "FSBFrequency" = <40e7f50500000000>
Regis-Mac-Pro:~ regiyassin$

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Correct Vcore reading should be 1.392, memory voltage reading should be about 1.65 V.

 

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