- Jan 28, 2018
- ASRock EP2C602
- 2 x E5-2680 v2
- EVGA 980 Classified
- Mobile Phone
No, it is not XCPM. We are using EP chips in multi-processor configuration which makes XCPM a no-go. However, you don't need XCPM for a fully functioning power management. XCPM is just one of the ways Apple has implemented CPU PM. If you follow all the steps in guide, you should have fully functional CPUPM. See Post #9. Unless I am mistaken (it has been a while since I put the guide together, but I did spend a long time researching PM at the time), there is no way to make XCPM work with our configuration.Thanks for the excellent guide teamawesome!
I have a question regarding your power management - is XCPM enabled on your hackintosh?
I've been struggling to get it to enable in High Sierra.