Discussion in 'Overclocking' started by kolyapatrik, Feb 14, 2017.
With X86Injector isn't pure HWP right ?
is now my PM proper like the 17,1 with my same CPU model?
Yeah. I have to use the patch to enable XCPM for Pentium and another patch for xcpm_idle. But AppleIntelCPU.kext still reports hwp disabled. result of "sysctl machdep.xcpm" is 1. So xcpm is on.
Personally, native Apple HWP should not be call pure HWP.
iMac 17,1 does not support HWP, mixed others supported SMBIOS plist settings and rename it to support iMac17,1.
XCPM bootstrap patch for 10.12.x only, not work in 10.11.x which need clover boot flag -xcpm to enable XCPM function.
It only indicated XCPM is on, need check others settings, like io_epp_boost_enabled, ring_boost_enabled, see below png
Yeah. I am using 10.12 only. Here's my output. Anything special to look out to? I think mine is quite same as yours.
Fine,@shuhung,thanks for enabling my PM and your responses.
No, everything look good.
But hwp is not enabled here. BTW, what's the steady power draw for you when HWP is enabled and system is idle.
Upload your X86PlatformPluginInjector.kext and config.plist may help.
Attached png is Pentium G4400 with SMBIOS HWP enabled
Here it is. BTW, I am using the MacPro6,1 SMBIOS.
The XCPM patch is not enabled by default. I turn it on manually. Just to let you know, XCPM is not the culprit here. XCPM definitely gets loaded.
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