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    Default SSE2 Speedstep out!

    New SSE2 kernel with paulicat's speedstep patches adn DaemonES HPET selector (for certain CPU) out for testing on IRC. Get it from the link in topic of #kernel

    Bugs and oddities can be reported via http://kernelbugs.osx86.hu/
    Last edited by semthex; 04-15-2007 at 05:07 PM.
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    keep on rockin semthex!

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    is it the .9 or .8 kernel?
    1) C2D E2160@3Ghz | MoBo: ASUS P5E-VM DO | Chipset: ICH9 | No Onboard LAN Intel | Wifi: NetGear WPN311 (recognized as Airport Extreme) | Sound: ALC883 but no 5.1 ch atm | Memory: 2 Gb RAM | Geforce 8600 GT 256 MB/CE/QI | HD: SATA 160GB | DVD : Pioneer 111L 40X/16X | OSX 10.5.2 pc efi v8

    2) C2D E6600@3.53Ghz | MoBo: ASUS P5K | Wifi: RT2500USB | Sound: Onboard ALC883 | Memory: 2 Gb RAM | GeForce 8800GT 512 MB/CE/QI | HD: SAMSUNG SATA-II 500GB | DVD : Pioneer 111L 40X/16X | OSX 10.5.2 pc efi v8

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    8 as 9 with speedstep is not pssible withourt rewrite large protions of it in hex x-)
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    Its the .8

    Semthex, what are the benefits in using this new kernel instead of the old b9 kernel?

    thanks for you work, i couldn't use OSX on my PC without you...


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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoSync View Post
    Its the .8

    Semthex, what are the benefits in using this new kernel instead of the old b9 kernel?
    It has all actuall fixes and speedstep like written above
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    I searched but wasn't sure of the answer I found. Is speedstep intergrated into SSE3 kernel at this point? I saw a post in early april alluding to it, but nothing i could find for sure. On a side note are there still any SSE3 goals to achieve still? Sorry for any ignorance and thanks for answers.

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    great!
    Very much thankyou!

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    I've installed this but am having trouble confirming what is different.

    sysctl -a | grep freq is the same with or without power.

    I tried to test the Sleep function too but there was no change too (I remember with Paulicat's speedstep kernel that he managed to fix sleep functionality too). System never came out of deep sleep.

    Only way I can tell so far is based on how long the battery will last, which actually seems to fluctuate a fair bit and I am not sure if its any better than without the speedstep kernel.

    [Quick edit] From memory, I think we also need Paulicat's kext to add in full speedstep support as well. Can some verify that?
    Last edited by Dense; 04-16-2007 at 03:53 AM.

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    Yes you need the kext, kernel provides only the kernel-side option for it (logic?). If someone can, maybe post the kext here for anybody to be abel to grab it.
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