Do you want to check your CPUs speed and Want to know how much fastest your CPU and how fast your macOS is? Then you landed on the right planet.
Here we have posted the guide that will help you to check a Mac processors clock speed, chip type, and CPU architecture. So you will determine how much you can give pressure to your Mac or Hackintosh PC so it won’t crash or hang (98% Mac certainly not hang).
Check Your CPU’s Speed with DPCI Manager
DPCI Manager is the application that helps us to know the speed of CPUs with just in the simple interface.
Download the App and install it. After done with installing an app, let’s move forward.
How to check CPU Speed with DPCI Manager
Open DPCI Manager, click P States, enter your password and hit OK at any errors prompted, then you can check your CPU’s speedstep. You will have to wait for a few minutes to see all possible steps, >3 is fine.
Check CPU’s SpeedStep with Piker’s
Piker’s is the portable kext that helps to check the CPU SpeedStep without having to install it.
How to Check CPU’s SpeedStep with Piker’s.
As we’ve said above that Piker’s don’t need to install it works as a portable kext. let’s take a look how to use it.
Step 1: Download the Piker’s Kext, Unzip and put the kext on your desktop.
Step 2: Repair the kext’s permission and load it by type these commands in Terminal:
Step 3: Open Console, select All Messages and type AICPUPM in the Filter box, wait for a few minutes
Step 4: When the steps won’t increase any further, unload the kext by typing this command in Terminal:
If you guys have any question to ask feel free to comment below.