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hello,


i have another probleme,

my cpus stay at 1.58Ghz the 4 cpus :(

then my CPU is a 3.30Ghz !!


why it can't rise over 1.58Ghz ??


thx

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

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Hello,

your problem is only going above that frequency, or do you also have problems on going below? I mean, is it completely fixed at that frequency, or it's just the upper limit?

Check if you have NullCPUPowerManagement.kext or Disabler.kext in your /System/Library/Extensions folder or inside your boot loader folders.

Mavericks 10.9.2 Retail

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ok my frequency is fixed at 1.58Ghz never down or up


i haven't got Disabler.kext or NullCpuPowermanagement.kext


at the begining before the DSDT my CPUs working well between 1.5 and 3.3Ghz

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

28" Screen

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can someone help me ?

my hackintosh lag coz his speed isn't at his normal speed :(


edit: ok i have installed "nullCpupowermanagement" from multishit and it is working well !

my cpu speed groes up to 3.30Ghz when it is needed :)


thx.

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

28" Screen

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No... You should not install NullCPUPowerManagement if your system is booting. This kext is used only for the first boots and it completely removes power management from your PC while you don't properly configure it... That means... Highest power the whole time! That's not what you want, right? You'll have thermal problems soon if you leave it that way.


If you say it was working before editing the DSDT, you have to recheck what have you changed in the DSDT since then, but it sounds weird to me. Haven't you messed with the SSDT too?


You must find the correct configurations for your CPU so that you have native power management.

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ok yes it's weird but since i have installed nullcpupowermanagement my CPU goes well from 1.58Ghz to 3.30Ghz and when the cpu doesn't work the frequency down at 1.58Ghz so it's work right ??


The DSDT hasn't been created from me but by someone on this forum who have the same motherboard than mine, i don't remember his name.

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

28" Screen

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You can't use someone else's DSDT, this is a basic mistake. Each computer has its own DSDT and every single component difference will make a difference on your DSDT... Even the same machine can have a different DSDT during its lifetime, e.g. after a BIOS update or memory upgrade...


The correct would be to extract your pure DSDT (as you don't use Clover you can do that in Linux or Windows, there are many ways to do that, make a quick search in Google for the method you'd like) and then apply the needed patches to it. It doesn't surprise me that you're having problems since you updated your DSDT to someone else's... :oops:


Anyway... Well, yes, I believe if your frequency is correctly varying from idle-state frequency up to max frequency depending on your CPU activity, then it's fine. How are you monitoring it?

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no no scuse me it's my DSDT that ive extracted on windows but it's someone on this forom who have compile it for me ;)


i monitoring my cpu with HWMonitor


PS: i have extracted my DSDT with AIDA 64 on Windows 7

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

28" Screen

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Ok then I'm sorry for misunderstanding :)

Let's try a simple test... Download this AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext:

http://d.pr/f/Nzfw

You don't need to install it to /S/L/E, just load it. Open Terminal and go to the folder where you downloaded this kext. Run:

sudo chown -R 0:0 AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext
sudo chmod -R 755 AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext
sudo kextload AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext

Then go with Finder to the folder /var/log and open system.log


Scroll until the end of the log and paste here all the entries beginning with AICPUPM (write this in the console filter). This is the best way to check if your processor is running all the states correctly.

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doesn't work it tell me this:


Users/Hideki/Documents/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext failed to load - (libkern/kext) link error; check the system/kernel logs for errors or try kextutil(8).


PS:

Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC:~ Hideki$ cd Documents

Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC:Documents Hideki$ sudo chown -R 0:0 AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext

Password:

Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC:Documents Hideki$ sudo chmod -R 755 AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext

Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC:Documents Hideki$ sudo kextload AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext

/Users/Hideki/Documents/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext failed to load - (libkern/kext) link error; check the system/kernel logs for errors or try kextutil(8).

Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC:Documents Hideki$

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

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hmm open the system.log I told you, then try to run the kext, it will give you that error again, but then this time, try to see in the log what has occurred and paste here ;)

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Finder > Go > Go to Folder... > /var/log


Anyway, before you do that, let's try one more time. Delete that kext you've downloaded and download this new one, I've just compiled it from the latest sources, it's AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext v3.3:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/t8tf8c629c3htuf/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo_v33.zip

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still doesn't work this is the last twenty lines of my system.log


Jan 29 23:27:32 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC.local Locum[29686]: Connection with distnoted server was invalidated

Jan 29 23:27:32 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC.local coreaudiod[411]: Disabled automatic stack shots because audio IO is active

Jan 29 23:27:33 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC.local coreaudiod[411]: Enabled automatic stack shots because audio IO is inactive

Jan 29 23:27:37 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC.local coreaudiod[411]: Disabled automatic stack shots because audio IO is active

Jan 29 23:27:38 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC.local coreaudiod[411]: Enabled automatic stack shots because audio IO is inactive

Jan 29 23:27:48 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC.local sudo[29691]: Hideki : TTY=ttys000 ; PWD=/Users/Hideki/Documents ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/usr/sbin/chown -R 0:0 AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext

Jan 29 23:27:53 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC.local sudo[29693]: Hideki : TTY=ttys000 ; PWD=/Users/Hideki/Documents ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/bin/chmod -R 755 AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext

Jan 29 23:28:00 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC.local sudo[29695]: Hideki : TTY=ttys000 ; PWD=/Users/Hideki/Documents ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/sbin/kextload AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext

Jan 29 23:28:00 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC.local com.apple.kextd[14]: Failed to load /Users/Hideki/Documents/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext - (libkern/kext) link error.

Jan 29 23:28:00 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC kernel[0]: kxld[com.apple.driver.AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo]: The super class vtable '__ZTV9IOService' for vtable '__ZTV32AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo' is out of date. Make sure your kext has been built against the correct headers.

Jan 29 23:28:00 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC kernel[0]: Can't load kext com.apple.driver.AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo - link failed.

Jan 29 23:28:00 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC kernel[0]: Failed to load executable for kext com.apple.driver.AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.

Jan 29 23:28:00 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC kernel[0]: Kext com.apple.driver.AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo failed to load (0xdc008016).

Jan 29 23:28:00 Mac-Pro-de-BrunoC kernel[0]: Failed to load kext com.apple.driver.AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo (error 0xdc008016).

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

28" Screen

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Finder > Go > Go to Folder... > /var/log


Anyway, before you do that, let's try one more time. Delete that kext you've downloaded and download this new one, I've just compiled it from the latest sources, it's AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo.kext v3.3:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/t8tf8c629c3htuf/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementInfo_v33.zip

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hello


can u link me to the sources ?


thanks


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hello


my cpu is 1ยบ generation


the speed step is not equal is 133 + 133 and so on


sandy and ivy are 100 + 100


u can use this to see the step and general hardware info


http://sourceforge.net/projects/dpcimanager/files/1.5/


good hack

PB Easy Note TM 86 - i5 430 M - H55M - Ram - 6 GB - Alc272 - Radeon HD 5470 512 QE/CI

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ok i ve cliked on P stat from DCPImanager

and there is a little windows where is wrote


current state 16

P state 33

curent state 33

P State 16, 33


ect... its always 16 and 33

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

28" Screen

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Yes... It's not fine then. Is that also what you see in HWMonitor? Frequency doesn't go to mid-levels, only lowest and highest?

Try to run ssdtPRGen.sh : it will create a .aml file in your desktop, rename it to SSDT-1.aml and put it in the same folder as your DSDT.aml, remove NullCPUPowerManagement.kext from wherever it is (I don't know if multishit install kexts directly to /S/L/E, never used it) and reboot.


It would also be nice if you could revert to the time you were not using this new DSDT and make these same analyses.

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ok yes in hardware monitor i have CPU coefficient fixed at 16x for 1.5Ghz and when CPU need power coefficient grows up to 33x

thats all.

at the begining i don't use DSDT.


where is DSSTgen.sh ?


thx

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

28" Screen

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Then just for testing, don't use the DSDT anymore and report what you see now in DPCIManager PStates. If you have all the states from 16 to 33, then you don't need to run ssdtPRGen.sh.

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Now if without the DSDT you still don't have every levels from 16 to 33:

In this world we need to search for information all the time, people never give you all the information pre-processed, you have to put some work and sweat too, otherwise even your dumb lazy neighbour will be able to have a fully perfectly running Hackintosh. Is that what you want? What will be the fun then? :D


So, search in Google for ssdtPRGen.sh, exactly the name I told you. I allow you to copy-paste, don't be afraid. Then the very first link to appear in the Google results will be the script I'm talking about.

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so i see that tomorrow i'm finishing to watch "game of thrones"

anyway normally i disable the CpuState in the BIOS of my motherboard

when i was on windows then if i don't have Cpu Stats i don't care

just 1.5Ghz to 3.30Ghz when i need or always 3.30Ghz its good for me ;)


i will try without DSDT and with the script soon ^^


edit: Ok i have generated the SSDT table and now its working well with all state !! :)

thx.

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

28" Screen

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thx :) next i'll try to overclock a little ;)


i ve tryed ./ssdtPRGen.command 3500

but cpu max speed still at 3300 :(


no a problem for now^^

OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5

Core i3 2120 3.30Ghz

Asrock Z68 Pro 3M

12 Go DDR3 1333Mhz

Geforce GT440 1Go

4x 2To HDD USB 2.0

2x 1To HDD USB 2.0

1x 1To HDD USB 3.0

1x 1To HDD Esata

1x 120Go HDD SATA 2.0 (OSX)

2x 40Go SSD Raid0 (Windows 7)

28" Screen

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