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which Syba controller you use?

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SYBA SY-PEX40039

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Hi eep357

First , congratulations for your build :)

Second, I would be very interested in viewing the ssdt you use for your I7-920 proc as I have the same proc (but at freq 3.8) and am currently using the overclock ssdt from an installer app I can't name here according to forum rules.
Please, may you share your ssdt ?
Another point I would like to know : does editing your dsdt to include proc ssdt changes something in the param of boot like : dropssdt, generatepstates and generatecstates)

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+1 :)

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Also I would like to know if overclocking also breaks 2nd wake from sleep ?

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No sleep problems, but am running at 3.8ghz at the moment with HD7970 installed since it's still pre-release want to be sure it is rock solid before bumping it up. It requires sleep/wake cycle to make displays work after startup. On C0/C1 stepping, 3.8ghz really is the sweet spot where you don't have to increase voltage much as anything after that the CPU voltage required starts to go up exponentially, on the other hand, 4Ghz is nice :)

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Thank you for your reply (and sorry for mine so late)

Well ... my problems occur at 3.7Ghz but I will try 3.8 (it's worth the try).


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That's anime fan ^.^

 

I like your build. Also, how did you made Apple Bluetooth? Could you tell me? Thanks.



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Thanks! I made a few, but most were made by my brother (I have a bunch), but for this reason, not being my own work and the creator knowing where to find me :) I can't re-distribute them :( All were done in photoshop using the normal mac HD images as basis with hue and saturation adjusted to give some variety. Then image of your choice cropped using magic wand tool, maybe a bit of manual cleanup on the edges while zoomed way in. Resize to match size of default hard drive image and add a drop shadow. If you keep the hard drive images and the art images a seperate layers in PNG format, you can easily switch the hard drive image to any color or another drive type at any time very easy. Pixelmator would work just as well and is what I tend to use most these days.

I use gimp (Anyone see a cheap person :P ).







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