That's no probs! I'm surprised how many people replied…I thought everyone had coolbook working good.
Now to clarify I installed iDeneb v1.3, I'm pretty sure that the stock kernel is a vanilla 9.5.0 (correct me if I'm wrong) which is what I installed.
I first installed Coolbook and it's accompanying driver. Everyone said it was working flawlessly but I found that although the app detected the pstate tables the throttling would not activate….ie staying at 1598mhz contantly max voltage etc…
So like nhirt I stumbled across the site he's already mentioned a few posts up and found the GenericCPUPowerManagement.kext by SuperHai. At this stage I had coolbook + it's driver already installed and I installed the SuperHai kext. Bam Throttling started to work. I'll do an uninstall of Coolbook and it's driver and see if it's necessary for a 10.5.5 stock kernel to have. I'm pretty sure you do tho. I believe SuperHai's kext can't obtain the pstate values by it's self which is where the coolbook driver comes in.
Oh yeah Sleep is working great for me also using this mod…perfect.
And to douse any doubts about fsb modifications, this kext doesn't change it for 1000H. Test on other Atom Eeepc models and check in System Info.