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Don't think so, it doesn't support i3-i5-i7 processors and wasn't even updated for Lion. You're better off solving your problems with hackintosh tools, most apps for real macs don't work on hacks. (hardware tweaks)

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Do you know of any hackintosh tools for preventing Intel Speedstep from scaling down the CPU speed from 1.6GHz to 800MHz when running on battery? My computer is an Acer Aspire One A150 netbook.

 

Thanks for the reply. 

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It should be possible to create an SSDT that defines performance states with the lowest value of 1600MHz instead of 800MHz.

There would be no differentiation between battery or AC but as you want the higher clock on battery, I suppose you don't mind having it on AC either.

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