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Hello, and welcome to InsanelyMac  :)

 

Try this: DSDT/SSDT: Disable dedicated GPU to extend battery life (Laptop-exclusive)

 

See more about DSDT:

DSDT/SSDT: Basic knowledge
DSDT/SSDT: Edit using MacIASL
DSDT/SSDT: Common DSDT patches

 

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