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    Updated and everything worked well so far. Thanks!
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    OS: MAC OS X 10.4.10_8.10.1 / Windows XP Pro
    MB: Gigabyte 965P-DQ6 V2.0
    CPU: Intel C2D E6600 2.4GHz @ 3.0GHz
    RAM: Hynix DDR2-800 512MB X 4 Dual Channels
    HD: Seagate Barracuda SATAII 160GB
    VGA: Gigabyte X1650Pro 256MB / Gigabyte X1600Pro 256MB Crossfired
    Wireless: Gigabyte GN-WP01GT as AirPort
    LAN: Marvell 88E8056 100/1000 Mbps
    Sound: Realtek ALC888DD


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    Is it absolutely necessary to remove AppleIntelCPUpowermanagement.kext with this latest kernel, or only when you get a Kernel Panic ?
    I mean, I still have it loaded on my core2Duo/945G rig, and I did not get any issue so far (not even weird things in log)

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    absolutly...else KP is getting u
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by gotoh View Post
    Is it absolutely necessary to remove AppleIntelCPUpowermanagement.kext with this latest kernel, or only when you get a Kernel Panic ?
    I mean, I still have it loaded on my core2Duo/945G rig, and I did not get any issue so far (not even weird things in log)
    When I removed AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext, my CPU was much HOTTER than before!

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    well, I've been running with it in my kext since kernel was released, without kernel panic. PC is running more than 10h/day...


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    New universal SSE2/SSE3 kernel works great !!
    still running with AppleIntelCPUpowermanagement.kext loaded in Extensions folder without kernel panic.
    Maybe it only kernel panics on non core 2 duos rigs, since the original Apple kext might not handle correctly other CPUs. As C2D is used in Apple original Macs, it doesn't cause any trouble, and having it loaded, temperature is not getting too high.
    BTW, I think temperature is not calculated properly on most c2d with "temperature monitor" as it always report temperature 15°C higher than they are. This is probably due to incorrect Tjunction setting when calculating, using 100 instead of 85 (see here : http://www.thecoolest.zerobrains.com...owitworks.html )

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    is there a chance to change the tjunction settings?

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    probably, it would require hacking the kext installed by temperature monitor in your startup items (which is probably based on speedit kext)
    you could contact temperature monitor author about this. I don't know if he would help hackintosh community, but it is certainly fairly easy for him to fix it (I mean, he just has one value to replace in his kext before compiling it)

    I just can confirm now the issue is incorrect Tjunction value in temperature monitor and other monitoring tools based on speedit kext, as I did a stress test, manually stopping CPU fan while running DNETC, with my MOBO BIOS set to give alarm when CPU reaches 60°C, and bam, I heard the buzzer right when temperature monitor indicated 75°C for second DPU core !

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    can someone repost AppleCPUPowermanagement thanx
    i had a KP with the one included in 10.4.9 COMBO = 35 Kb weird
    Last edited by CycloneFr; 04-24-2007 at 05:53 PM.
    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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    is it fine to post it here ?
    if not, may a moderator let me know/remove it
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