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    semthex, i grabbed the kext, but there is a timing problem with the kernel and the kext... any ideas on that issue?


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    I can confirm a timing problem with the kext.

    XBench was reporting a score of 94 on my system when its normal around 78. When plugged in to power it was as normal but once speedstep kicked in timing was really off.

    Other aspects that I saw problems with was the GUI. Minimising an app showed a really slow genie effect, far slower than normal as well as expose being sluggish too.

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    OMG! Both me and my laptop freaking love you.

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    Now that Semthex is retired, is anybody working on SSE2 kernels? Has the timing problem with the Speedstep SSE2 kernel been fixed? Did someone actually managed to get Speedstep and/or sleep working with this kernel? So many questions!

    Thanks.

 

 
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