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Good afternoon all!

Almost running 10.8.2 smooth in my system, just one thing that is not working well, the AGPM.

I'm using the MacPro5,1 system definition and a self-edited AGPM.kext. In the console, when I search for AGPM, I get the message [AGPM Controller] build GPUDict by Vendor10deDevice1200, but, don't get any state changes.

My card is running full load all the time (850mhz) and with a temperature of 55~60ºC.

My MacPro5,1 key is edited as follows:





Is there anything wrong? Could be something related with the graphics driver?

Thanks in advance!

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Muito obrigado!

Vou tentar aqui!

Eu coloco ela junto com o AGPM ou substituo?


EDIT: coloquei a kext em S/L/E e a GPU ainda está em full o tempo todo.

Uma imagem do console com o log do AGPM:



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a legacy é para usar com applegraphicspowermanagement original do sistema k estás a usar


a temperatura da gpu n me parece excessiva, depende do uso k estejas a dar


tenta controlar a temperatura pelo windows e comparar, se n tiveres lags de video...




tenta com uma e outra e compara resultados


bom hack

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Então, a temperatura no windows não passa dos 40º. No momento está em 36º.


No ML, mesmo com o sistema em idle, sem nada aberto, a placa fica em 850Mhz (frequência máxima) o tempo todo, e a temperatura beira os 60º.

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