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hello guys
 
i want speedstep. so i try dsdt ssdt patch & clover inject but fail..
 
clover setting

 

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how to enable speedstep?

 

 

============== PC Spec =================

M/B : Asus P8H77-V

CPU : i7-3770 (not k)

RAM : 8gb * 2ea

VGA : GTX660

 

OS X : El Capian 10.11.3

(none patch AppleIntelCpuPowerManagement.kext, but clover check Asus AICPUMP)

Boot Arg : -v kext-dev-mode=1 rootless=0

 

Thank you

Non Patch.zip

Patch.zip

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