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OSX El Capitan 10.11.1 on Acer Aspire ES1-512, clock running 5x too fast, Celeron N2840

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Hello every one, 


I managed to install Mac OS X 10.11.1 El capitan on an Acer Aspire ES1-512 with celeron N2840 processor.


The first problem it would hang on Aptiofix, I am using the latest version of clover, so I managed to fix this with Kernel CPU Patch under Kernel and Kext Patches in Clover Configurator, but now I have this weird timing issue I have never seen before. The clock goes 5 a 6x too fast, all animations too, I don't have qe/ci but at least I have a screen and can see what I am doing.


I researched the problem and the solutions I found were using Enoch or Fake CPUID in clover, non of those worked. I also tried to install 10.9.5 with patched kernel for this processor but also without succes. 


Enoch just crashed.


I hope anyone can help me, if needed I can post my config.plist kexts and UEFI64 folder.


atm I am not using DSDT/SSDT


I managed to open the advanced menu in BIOS using this info:




I hope anyone has a clue.

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