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Thanks for the reply, I will get the DarwinDumper - which is the version I should use ?

 

If I look with kextutil, then I get the below, even though org.netkas.FakeSMC is loaded

 

kextutil -v IntelCPUMonitor.kext

Defaulting to kernel file '/System/Library/Kernels/kernel'

Kext rejected due to improper filesystem permissions: <OSKext 0x7f9a7240dc50 [0x7fffaac52570]> { URL = "IntelCPUMonitor.kext/ -- file:///Volumes/EFI/EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/", ID = "org.slice.IntelCPUMonitor" }
IntelCPUMonitor.kext - dependency 'org.netkas.FakeSMC' not found.
IntelCPUMonitor.kext - dependency 'org.netkas.FakeSMC' not found.
IntelCPUMonitor.kext - dependency 'org.netkas.FakeSMC' not found.
 

Should this work from my Clover EFI ? Or does it have to be in SLE ?

 

I have similar probs.

 

Can it be that the FakeSMC sensors can only loaded together with Fakesmc in the Clover / kext? 

I use IntelCPU with success (its in Clover/kext together with Fakesmc)

 

BUT, if i try to sudo kextload any of (for same Fakesmc version!!!) the sensors -like LPC, GPU, ...  i always get that kextload error.

PS: I try to kextload the .kext from desktop (already set chown -R  root:wheel for that.

 

Sometimes it is better, for only check something, not to use the sensors all time and kextload them.

 

Or did we download some wrong "set" of fakesmc / sensors?

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I have similar probs.

 

Can it be that the FakeSMC sensors can only loaded together with Fakesmc in the Clover / kext? 

I use IntelCPU with success (its in Clover/kext together with Fakesmc)

 

BUT, if i try to sudo kextload any of (for same Fakesmc version!!!) the sensors -like LPC, GPU, ...  i always get that kextload error.

PS: I try to kextload the .kext from desktop (already set chown -R  root:wheel for that.

 

Sometimes it is better, for only check something, not to use the sensors all time and kextload them.

 

Or did we download some wrong "set" of fakesmc / sensors?

Thanks for the reply

 

I tried putting them in SLE - they loaded fine, but I still do not see any CPU info in HWsensors

One last question, here is my AIDA64 sensors - which kext is for this, seems like texas instruments

 

post-1908018-0-15140300-1511629587_thumb.jpg

 

 

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The error 

means you use wrong FakeSMC.

Take another one from HWSensors3 project.

I did, but also problem with dependencies. DL from the HWSensors Site: HWSensors3v51.dmg (latest shown in Files there)

 

kextstat :   27   ...      org.netkas.FakeSMC (3.5.0) 8F36EF78-E2BD-3B4F-AB1A-8545F12F247B <11 7 5 4 3>

 

kextutil -v /Users/andreasm/Downloads/RadeonMonitor.kext 

Defaulting to kernel file '/System/Library/Kernels/kernel'
/Users/andreasm/Downloads/RadeonMonitor.kext - dependency 'org.netkas.FakeSMC' not found.
/Users/andreasm/Downloads/RadeonMonitor.kext - dependency 'org.netkas.FakeSMC' not found.
/Users/andreasm/Downloads/RadeonMonitor.kext - dependency 'org.netkas.FakeSMC' not found.
Diagnostics for /Users/andreasm/Downloads/RadeonMonitor.kext:
Dependency Resolution Failures: 
    No kexts found for these libraries: 
        org.netkas.FakeSMC

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The error 

means you use wrong FakeSMC.

Take another one from HWSensors3 project.

If I put the FakeSMC and IntelCPU kexts into SLE, then both load without that error:

kextstat -l | egrep -v "com.apple"
   21    1 0xffffff7f8265f000 0xd000     0xd000     org.netkas.FakeSMC (3.5.0) A63F6CAD-05B3-335C-8084-9D034A5E7F83 <11 7 5 4 3>

 

   22    0 0xffffff7f8266c000 0x6000     0x6000     org.slice.IntelCPUMonitor (1.2.0) 306E344D-630E-39CC-B0E7-A0F51C3E8461 <21 7 5 4 3>
 
In Clover I put CPU Type =0x0a05 and FakeCPUID as 0x0506E4 otherwise I can't boot - does this cause any issue ?
 

Attached is a new DarwinDumper with both in SLE

 

Also in post 404, I put a screen shot of AIDA64 sensor, which kext does this chipset belong to ?

 

Thanks !

DarwinDumper_iMac17,1_High Sierra_17B48.zip

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Interesting!

Is it possible that FakeSMC must be in /S/L/E if some of the Sensor.kext wanted to be loaded later (after boot) by sudo kextload?

Can you try to leave your FakeSMC in /S/L/E but remove IntelCPUMonitor.kext from /S/L/E,

reboot after kernel cache got rebuild and then try again sudo kextload IntelCPUMonitor.kext (not from EFI, from somewhere else, be sure to chown -R root:wheel to that kext if moved - otherwise maybe some permissions/owners error can happen. 

IntelCPUMonitor can of course stay always in use / loaded. 

But for try of critical (KP & more) sensor.kext it would be much more safe to kextload them - if KP doenst matter because not always injekted/loaded.

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If I put the FakeSMC and IntelCPU kexts into SLE, then both load without that error:

kextstat -l | egrep -v "com.apple"
   21    1 0xffffff7f8265f000 0xd000     0xd000     org.netkas.FakeSMC (3.5.0) A63F6CAD-05B3-335C-8084-9D034A5E7F83 <11 7 5 4 3>

 

   22    0 0xffffff7f8266c000 0x6000     0x6000     org.slice.IntelCPUMonitor (1.2.0) 306E344D-630E-39CC-B0E7-A0F51C3E8461 <21 7 5 4 3>
 
In Clover I put CPU Type =0x0a05 and FakeCPUID as 0x0506E4 otherwise I can't boot - does this cause any issue ?
 

Attached is a new DarwinDumper with both in SLE

 

Also in post 404, I put a screen shot of AIDA64 sensor, which kext does this chipset belong to ?

 

Thanks !

Slice, do you have any idea why I still can't see CPU sensors even though both FakeSMC and IntelCPU are loaded ?

 

Thanks !

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Slice, do you have any idea why I still can't see CPU sensors even though both FakeSMC and IntelCPU are loaded ?

 

Thanks !

Must works.

0      0    kernel: (kernel) IntelCPUMonitor: [Warning] Unsupported Intel processor found ID=0x55, kext will not load

This is old version of IntelCPUmonitor.kext.

New version does support processor model 0x55.

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Must works.

0      0    kernel: (kernel) IntelCPUMonitor: [Warning] Unsupported Intel processor found ID=0x55, kext will not load

This is old version of IntelCPUmonitor.kext.

New version does support processor model 0x55.

I have tried "HWSensors3v51.dmg" and "Release350.zip".

 

Both are ver 1.2.0. Is this the latest ? If not where can I get the latest ?

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Thanks Slice ! That's working now & I can see CPU temp & speed info.

 

For the motherboard sensors, which kext should I use ? I posted my AIDA64 in post 404

 

And can you please link the latest kext for NVIDIA GTX1080ti stats ?

 

Thanks !

From your AIDA report I see LM78 chip for which we have no kexts.

Fjr Nvidia Pascal test, please, this debug version. There is expected many messages in system.log.

Later I will make release version.

GeforceSensor.kext_2.zip

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From your AIDA report I see LM78 chip for which we have no kexts.

Fjr Nvidia Pascal test, please, this debug version. There is expected many messages in system.log.

Later I will make release version.

attachicon.gifGeforceSensor.kext_2.zip

Thanks Slice !

 

The GeforceSensor works, but I only see the temp GPU0 Proximity. Is this all the info that can be shown ?

 

Oh that's a pity there is no LM78 kext, hopefully someone will make one

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Thanks Slice !

 

The GeforceSensor works, but I only see the temp GPU0 Proximity. Is this all the info that can be shown ?

 

Oh that's a pity there is no LM78 kext, hopefully someone will make one

I study Linux kernel-4.14 for these questions. Still found nothing.

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Attached is the data sheet

 

Thanks

Thanks,

this chip differs from 6776. The kext must be rewritten.

HD 7790

Picos-Mac-Pro:radeon pico$ ./RadeonDump1 -n 6b0,c0300014

Found a device of class RadeonPCI: IOService:/AppleACPIPlatformExpert/PCI0@0/AppleACPIPCI/PEGP@1/IOPP/GFX1@0/RadeonPCI

it matched on name "ATY_GPU"

0xc0300014: 0x       0

So this is other family

Test follow

./RadeonDump1 -r 714,7f4

 

 ./RadeonDump1 -n 6b0,c0300e0c

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Sir recently use seen ur post regarding injecting Machine Id for AGPM.

Sir Ive Injected AGPM For my AMD Radeon HD 7650M via FakeSMC.

Sir I've used MBP 9,2 Board id for CPU and MBP 8,3 board id for GPU PM, sir is it good way for getting PM !

Sir should v Inject SMC key according to CPU Model !

 

The reason m curious is coz in 

MBP 9,2 SMC Key is 2.2f44 and MBP 10,1 SMC Key is 2.6f57 

 

N both have same CPU i.e i5 3210M, so which one should i use ?

 

My Model has SMC Key 2.3f36

 

Sir its very imp  as I've seen some Performance improvement after i played around SMC keys, but i needed ur opinion  :)

 

Sir was the diff between RehabMan FakeSMC(k) n Ur Version of FameSMC !  

 

Edit: Found appropriate thread from Slice Sir :)

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Slice sir can i get uninstall .cmd for HWSensor.pkg :(


There is influence of Machine ID on GPUPM.

But there is no influence of SMC Rev on performance.

Sir wen i change SMC Rev to 2.2f44 i see CPU(i5 3210M) performance 

for example CPU Utilisation,Frequency and Temperature  increases or decrease drastically. Ive noticed it sir :)  

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