If you really think DSDT patch is not needed, maybe is cause you haven´t repaired any ... if you take a look to the code and it´s errors, you find the coders from Hp,sony,acer...etc, sometimes, don´t release a "perfect" code , and that´s a thing they had to.
There are really so many "special" bioses , with lots of issues, like the cpu aliases, faulty definitions on code, sintax errors, code not optimized...
Of course, you can be lucky and get a nice bios, with no errors or warnings cause the code, but this is the less of the times, normally would be better for you to check the dsdt and see what happends there.
Also, now it´s possible to add video injection on dsdt (no more injectors on memory), Time machine fix, audio (for certain soundcards), added compability for appleintelcpupowermanagement and RTC.kext (wich is better than use disablers) and who knows what else will appear on the future...
If you don´t want to use dsdt, it´s up to you, but don´t mislead others, cause they may really need it.
Koalala, thanks so much for this incredible application for windows, for sure, the people that can´t boot with two or more cores will love it so much.
Maclancer, please, inform yourself better about what is this and for WHO is it before post, cause the DSDT patcher was mainly thinked as a error repair tool, and as addon, the HPET and RTC patch.
Here i give you a link, so you can read a little about where this dsdt thing on osx comes: