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Need help with cpu power management on Ventura

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I'm running an Asus x99 with E5 2696v3 xeon WITH UNLOCKED msr2 and turbo boost , can t get the cpu power management to work.

Created with ssdt prgen an SSDT and made CPUFriendDataProvider.kext plus Cpufriend kext my system is on idle 52 degrees celsius which didn'T happened before with xcpm kernel patches.

I added the SSDT along with my DSDT to my OC folder made snapshot with Propertree saved it ,with or without the SSDT same results CPU power management doesn't work

I will upload my config dsdt that ssdt that was created and the CPUFriendDataProvider kext maybe someone can spot the problem.

Any help is highly appreciated thanks!!!!

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Hi, I have similar hardware, I jave managed to install macOS Monterey with this olarila method. I think my cpu is not performing with full potential, Intel E5 2699 v3 18 core 36 tread. Is there any way to fix this or check? I should get around 11000 in geeckbench 6 multicore but I got around 6200 only. Amy suggestion what to check? Thanks, Gabor

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Hey there. I'm sorry to hear that you're having trouble with the CPU power management on your Ventura. Have you tried using any work management software to see if that helps? Sometimes those programs can help optimize power usage and improve performance. I'm not an expert on this topic, but hopefully someone else on the forum can help you out. In the meantime, I wish you the best of luck in getting your system running smoothly!

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