Mr fox i7 8700k windows 7

Description Type OS Version Date
Intel® Graphics — Windows® 10 DCH Drivers

This download installs the Intel® Graphics Driver for 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th generation, Apollo Lake, Gemini Lake, Amber Lake, Whiskey Lake, and Comet Lake.

Driver Windows 10, 64-bit* 26.20.100.7584
Latest 12/18/2019 Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility (Intel® XTU)

This download installs the Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility (Intel® XTU). (6.5.1.371)

Software Windows 10, 64-bit* 6.5.1.371
Latest 11/9/2019 Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility — Intel® XTU

This download installs the Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility (Intel® XTU). (6.5.1.360)

Driver Windows 10, 64-bit* 6.5.1.360
Latest 10/4/2019 Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool

This download record installs the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool release 4.1.4.36 which is compatible with multiprocessor systems.

Software Windows 10*
Windows 8.1*
Windows 8*
5 more 4.1.4.36
Latest 9/13/2019 Intel® Computing Improvement Program

Intel wants to empower you by providing the best computing experience. This program uses information about your computer’s performance to make product improvements in the future. (2.4.4733)

Software Windows 10, 64-bit*
Windows 8.1, 64-bit*
Windows 8, 64-bit* 2.4.4733
Latest 8/8/2019 Intel® Easy Streaming Wizard

The wizard enables users to easily and quickly setup the Open Broadcaster Software (OBS). (2.1.0807)

Software Windows 10* 2.1.0807
Latest 8/7/2019 Intel® Processor Identification Utility — Windows* Version

This download installs version 6.1.0731 of the Intel® Processor Identification Utility for Windows*.

Lukej92

shael

assuming you have tested your power management using IPG or other form in conjunction with a benchmark it may just be a cosmetic fix. as such, please follow;

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2.) Open "AppleSystemInfo.strings" on your Desktop with TextWrangler and change

to what ever you want, in my case i chose;

3.) Run the following terminal commands:

and reboot your system.

4.) Open your config.plist with Clover Configurator and in Section "CPU" set "Type" to "Unknown". Save the config.plist and reboot.

As fall back option enter the following terminal commands:

Lukej92

assuming you have tested your power management using IPG or other form in conjunction with a benchmark it may just be a cosmetic fix. as such, please follow;

2.) Open "AppleSystemInfo.strings" on your Desktop with TextWrangler and change

to what ever you want, in my case i chose;

3.) Run the following terminal commands:

and reboot your system.

4.) Open your config.plist with Clover Configurator and in Section "CPU" set "Type" to "Unknown". Save the config.plist and reboot.

As fall back option enter the following terminal commands:

shael

just to confirm, youre using an ssdt.aml for the 8700?

sorry i just wanna make sure that i didnt just make u mask a bigger issue with the machine.

Lukej92

just to confirm, youre using an ssdt.aml for the 8700?

sorry i just wanna make sure that i didnt just make u mask a bigger issue with the machine.

Lukej92

just to confirm, youre using an ssdt.aml for the 8700?

sorry i just wanna make sure that i didnt just make u mask a bigger issue with the machine.

shael

MacFLA

I was successfully able to change the processor name (although CC wouldn’t allow me to perform this step: Open your config.plist with Clover Configurator and in Section "CPU" set "Type" to "Unknown". field only accepts numbers).

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My question is, when I performed step #1, it placed the "AppleSystemInfo.strings" file on my desktop. what’s supposed to happen with this file once I’m complete? Doesn’t seem like I should delete it. Do I move it somewhere specific? I don’t want to stare at this straggling file on my desktop for the next several years. Does anyone know what to do with it?

tchdavid

I was successfully able to change the processor name (although CC wouldn’t allow me to perform this step: Open your config.plist with Clover Configurator and in Section "CPU" set "Type" to "Unknown". field only accepts numbers).

My question is, when I performed step #1, it placed the "AppleSystemInfo.strings" file on my desktop. what’s supposed to happen with this file once I’m complete? Doesn’t seem like I should delete it. Do I move it somewhere specific? I don’t want to stare at this straggling file on my desktop for the next several years. Does anyone know what to do with it?

Hey, I encountered the same problem here. Clover configuration can’t allow me to set "Unknown" to CPU Type. It can just set accept numbers.