- Jun 21, 2017
- i5 4300m.
- Intel® HD Graphics 4600
May be other factors:
- unsupported PCIe devices without drivers (therefore not running in a low power state). I think I see unsupported WiFi and a card reader
- serial port enabled, but probably not needed
- brightness set high
- USB not implemented correctly (for example, you have EHCI controllers enabled, although they seem to be unused)
- could be background processes using CPU resources (check Activity Monitor)
- USB WiFi tends to not be power efficient
- FakeSMC sensors are not efficient
- Google Chrome is hooking your USB ports (see FAQ)
How do i disable the wifi and card reader? I'm using a nano wifi adapter.
How do i disable the ehci controllers?
Lastly mini display port to hdmi works fine with display, but there is no audio on the hdmi
Thanks for the help and assistance!