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  1. Hi,? I have i5-3230m Ivy bridge 3rd gen cpu, and I get proper P-State and C-State ( ssdtprgen.sh generate with "-w 3" ) . But I would like to know if I use C3 latency=0x00FA (Do I will get more battery life ?) I see too in Clover Configurator EnableC2,?EnableC4,?EnableC6,?EnableC7. I see again UnderVoltStep, PLimit Dict, Plugin Type . ? PS: I have msr lock (but I disable it on BIOS "MSR Turbo lock ratio") PS2: I use drop (from?ProBook Installer Clover Edition?"4x40s Ivy"): <string>ApCst</string>?<string>Cpu0Ist</string>?<string>SgTabl</string>?<string>AMDSGTBL</string>?<string>Cpu0Cst</string>?<string>DMAR</string>?<string>ApIst</string>?<string>CpuPm</string>?<string>IsctAsl</string>??
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