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SpeedStep and Turbo Boost as The Turn-On of Hackintosh Mountain Lion

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I wish I could figure out how to implement these two functions on my Hakintosh ( Samsung Rc 530 S06 Core I 5 2450 )

I tried to read the FAQ but honestly I knew very little about how exactly to do.

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I wish to figure out how to implement these two functions

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Most of the times you require a correct version of patched kext. Because Apple frequently updates this kext (not happened in ML yet). Use multibeast is your shortcut to get already patched versions.

To enable speedstepper, there are few steps you may or may not apply, btw remove nullcpupm is a must.

1. Without SSDT, just use GeneratePStates=Yes in boot.plist. It will use your stock ACPI table.

2. With custom SSDT, use DropSSDT=Yes. It will relocate the ACPI table to point to the custom one in /Extra.

3. Review your DSDT if you have used it to macth with your custom DSDT especially your CPU identifiers.

Good luck

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This is the error after removing NullPo ....

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To enable speedstepper, there are few steps you may or may not apply, btw remove nullcpupm is a must.

1. Without SSDT, just use GeneratePStates=Yes in boot.plist. It will use your stock ACPI table.

2. With custom SSDT, use DropSSDT=Yes. It will relocate the ACPI table to point to the custom one in /Extra.

3. Review your DSDT if you have used it to macth with your custom DSDT especially your CPU identifiers.

Good luck

This evening I'll try.

Really Thanks for your time that you give me

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