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The 27" iMac from Mid-2010 (i5, 2.8Ghz) had an i5-760 inside. The model is, in fact, a Lynnfield processor with quad cores.


Anything involving accessing low level features like CPU instructions is going to require kernel access. This is definitely a case of you should know what you're doing first, as messing with memory on the kernel level seems like it would have any number of terrible ways it could go wrong. Assuming you do, you can install unsigned kexts by disabling the ...

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